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Sculpture is an art form that has been around since ancient times

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Background imageSculptures Collection: Greek warrior fighting Amazons, the female warriors. 8th-5th century BC. Limestone

Greek warrior fighting Amazons, the female warriors. 8th-5th century BC. Limestone Relief

Background imageSculptures Collection: Painted terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses, from Cerveteri, Rome province, Italy, detail

Painted terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses, from Cerveteri, Rome province, Italy, detail, 520 B. C
Etruscan civilization, 6th century b.C. Painted terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses, 520 b.C. From Cerveteri (Rome province, Italy)

Background imageSculptures Collection: Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace

Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace
Greek art. Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace. 2nd century BC. Marble. Sculpture of the greek goodess Nike (Victory). Museum of Louvre. Paris

Background imageSculptures Collection: Marble Aphrodite Kallipygos or Callipygian Venus statue, Roman copy of Hellenistic original

Marble Aphrodite Kallipygos or Callipygian Venus statue, Roman copy of Hellenistic original
Greek civilization, 3rd century b.C. Marble Aphrodite Kallipygos or Callipygian Venus statue. Roman copy of a Hellenistic original

Background imageSculptures Collection: Horse of Selene from the Parthenon

Horse of Selene from the Parthenon
Horse of Selene from the east pediment of the Parthenon, from the British Museums collection

Background imageSculptures Collection: Statue of Zeus or Poseidon (often called God from Sea). 460 BC (Bronze sculpture)

Statue of Zeus or Poseidon (often called God from Sea). 460 BC (Bronze sculpture)
LRI4590920 Statue of Zeus or Poseidon (often called God from Sea). 460 BC (Bronze sculpture) by Kalamis, (fl.c.470-430 BC) (attr)

Background imageSculptures Collection: Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Athens, Greece, Europe

Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Athens, Greece, Europe

Background imageSculptures Collection: Greek statue, the boxer of Apollonius, 1st century BC

Greek statue, the boxer of Apollonius, 1st century BC
The boxer of Apollonius, a bronze sculpture In the collection of the National Archaeological Museum in Rome, 1st century BC

Background imageSculptures Collection: Aristotle with a Bust of Homer, 1653. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Aristotle with a Bust of Homer, 1653. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Aristotle with a Bust of Homer, 1653

Background imageSculptures Collection: Alexander III the Great (356-323 B. C. ). King of Macedonia (3

Alexander III the Great (356-323 B. C. ). King of Macedonia (3
Alexander III the Great (356-323 B.C.). King of Macedonia (336 to 323 B.C.). Son of Philip II and Princess epirota Olympia. Roman bust. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageSculptures Collection: Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a youun

Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a youun
Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a young identified as Perseus with Medusas head hanging. However, probably represents Paris and would subject the apple of discord

Background imageSculptures Collection: Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun, Roman marble copy

Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun, Roman marble copy
Greek civilization, 3rd century. Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun. Roman marble copy

Background imageSculptures Collection: Marble statue of Hermes by Praxiteles I

Marble statue of Hermes by Praxiteles I
Close-up of the marble statue of Hermes bearing the infant Dionysus by Praxiteles I of Athens, the son of Cephisodotus the Elder and one of the foremost Attic Sculptors. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSculptures Collection: Bronze Statue of The Charioteer (c. 470 BC) - Delphi, Greece

Bronze Statue of The Charioteer (c. 470 BC) - Delphi, Greece
Bronze Statue of The Charioteer (c.470 BC) - Delphi, Greece. Also known as Heniokhos (the rein-holder), the artwork is one of the best-known statues surviving from Ancient Greece

Background imageSculptures Collection: Head of a statue of Ares. Roman sculpture after original of

Head of a statue of Ares. Roman sculpture after original of
Ares, the god of war. Roman equivalent : Mars. Head of a statue of Ares. Roman sculpture after original of about 430 BC. Glytothek. Munich

Background imageSculptures Collection: Socrates (c 469399 BC). Classical Greek Athenian philosophe

Socrates (c 469399 BC). Classical Greek Athenian philosophe
Socrates (c.469-399 BC). Classical Greek Athenian philosopher. Bust. Found at Piazza Venezia. 1st. century. Pentelic marble. Palazzo Massimo. National Roman Museum. Rome. Italy

Background imageSculptures Collection: Asclepius. 4th c. BC. Classical Greek art. Sculpture

Asclepius. 4th c. BC. Classical Greek art. Sculpture on marble. GREECE. Epidaurus. Archaeological Museum of Epidaurus

Background imageSculptures Collection: Plato and Aristotle

Plato and Aristotle shown in a bas-relief titled " Logic" by Giotto on the doors of the Campanile, Florence. 19th-century photograph

Background imageSculptures Collection: Pericles

Pericles
Athenian statesman Pericles. Photogravure reproduction of a sculpture

Background imageSculptures Collection: Greek Art: 'Athena Promachos'

Greek Art: "Athena Promachos"
LRI4659748 Greek Art: " Athena Promachos" Athenas struggling in the front line. Bronze sculpture from the Acropolis. 490-480 BC

Background imageSculptures Collection: Parthenon. East Pediment. Acropolis, Athens. 438-432 BC. Bri

Parthenon. East Pediment. Acropolis, Athens. 438-432 BC. Bri
Parthenon. East Pediment. Helioss horses and Dionysos, Demeter and Kore, Artemis. Acropolis, Athens. 438-432 BC. Marble. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSculptures Collection: Epicurus (341-270 BC). Ancient Greek philosopher. Bust. Roma

Epicurus (341-270 BC). Ancient Greek philosopher. Bust. Roman copy. 3rd-2nd century. British Museum. London. England

Background imageSculptures Collection: Funerary stele of Democleides (4th century BC)

Funerary stele of Democleides (4th century BC)
Greek art. Funerary stele of Democleides (4th century BC). Marble relief depicting a warrior sitting sad and meditating on the stern of a ship. Beside him, his helmet and shield

Background imageSculptures Collection: Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake and a family of supplica

Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake and a family of supplica
Relief with Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake. On the left, a family of supplicants. Dedicated by Aristomene. Found in Pangrati (Athens) and dated between 350-300 BC

Background imageSculptures Collection: Art Greek. Hellenistic. The Statue of Lacoon (Laacoonte). 2

Art Greek. Hellenistic. The Statue of Lacoon (Laacoonte). 2
Art Greek. Hellenistic. Statue of Lacoon and his sons (Antiphates and Thymbraeus). The sculpture is attributed by three sculptors from the island of Rhodes. Agesander, Athenedores and Polydorus

Background imageSculptures Collection: Ares and Aphrodite. Greek art

Ares and Aphrodite. Greek art
Votive relief dedicated to Ares and Aphrodite. 5th c.BC. Classical Greek art. Relief on marble. ITALY. VENETO. Venice. Archaeological Museum

Background imageSculptures Collection: Colossus Of Rhodes

Colossus Of Rhodes
The Colossus of Rhodes, a giant statue of the sun god Helios measuring 34 metres, towers over the islands harbour, circa 250 BC

Background imageSculptures Collection: Boxer at rest, 1st century BC, (bronze)

Boxer at rest, 1st century BC, (bronze)
7129787 Boxer at rest, 1st century BC, (bronze) by Greek school, (1st century BC); Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: Boxer at rest, original greek bronze of the first century BC)

Background imageSculptures Collection: Greece. Athens. Parthenon. Head of horse from the chariot of

Greece. Athens. Parthenon. Head of horse from the chariot of the moon-goddes Selene. East pediment. 5th C. BC. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageSculptures Collection: Three Goddesses. Hestia, Dione and Aphrodite. East Pediment

Three Goddesses. Hestia, Dione and Aphrodite. East Pediment
Three Goddesses. Hestia, Dione and Aphrodite. From the East Pediment of the Parthenon, Athens. High Classical Greek. 438-432 BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSculptures Collection: Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (1661-1747). Corfu. Gree

Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (1661-1747). Corfu. Gree
Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (1661-1747). Marshal defender of the city of Corfu of the Turkish invasion of 1716. Marble statue. Corfu. Ionian Islands. Greece

Background imageSculptures Collection: Man with a glass. (2800-2300B. C. ). Cycladic Art. Ancient per

Man with a glass. (2800-2300B. C. ). Cycladic Art. Ancient per
Cycladic Art. Ancient period II. Greece. Man with a glass. Canonical style. Belongs to the Syros phase (2800-2300 b.C.). Museum of Cycladic and Ancient Greek Art. Athens. Greece

Background imageSculptures Collection: Greece, Scio or Chio Island in Aegean Sea by unknown Genovese artist, 15th century

Greece, Scio or Chio Island in Aegean Sea by unknown Genovese artist, 15th century
Greece, 15th century. Scio or Chio Island in the Aegean Sea. Painting by an unknown Genovese artist

Background imageSculptures Collection: The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble

The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble
Greek civilization, 2nd century b.C. - The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble, height 328 cm

Background imageSculptures Collection: Marble statue of falling Gaul, Roman copy of Pergamon school original

Marble statue of falling Gaul, Roman copy of Pergamon school original
Greek civilization, 3rd century b.C. Marble statue of falling Gaul. Roman copy of a Pergamon school original, part of the Stoa built by Attalus II on the Acropolis of Athens after his victory over

Background imageSculptures Collection: Marble bas-relief depicting Triad of Eleusinian Mysteries with Persephone

Marble bas-relief depicting Triad of Eleusinian Mysteries with Persephone, Demeter and Triptolemus, from Eleusis
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. The triad of the Eleusinian Mysteries: Persephone, Demeter and Triptolemus. Marble bas-relief found at Eleusis 440-430 b.C

Background imageSculptures Collection: PRAXITELES (flourished 370, -330 BC). Hermes

PRAXITELES (flourished 370, -330 BC). Hermes bearing the infant Dionysus. ca. 330 BC. Hermes carrying the child Dionysus to the nymphs who were charged with his rearing. Classical Greek art

Background imageSculptures Collection: GREECE: THEATRICAL MASK. Ancient Greek bronze mask of tragedy

GREECE: THEATRICAL MASK. Ancient Greek bronze mask of tragedy

Background imageSculptures Collection: Homer (c. 8th century). Greek epic poet. Bust. Copy of an ori

Homer (c. 8th century). Greek epic poet. Bust. Copy of an ori
Homer (c.8th century). Greek epic poet. Bust. Copy of an original from 2nd century BC. Capitoline Museums, Rome, Italy. Rome. Italy

Background imageSculptures Collection: Acrobat. Minoian art

Acrobat. Minoian art
Acrobat. 16th c. BC. Minoan art / Cretan art. Sculpture on ivory. GREECE. CRETE. IRAKLION. Iraklion. Archaeological Museum. Proc: GREECE. CRETE. IRAKLION. Knossos. Knossos Palace

Background imageSculptures Collection: Eirene with the infant Ploutos

Eirene with the infant Ploutos

Background imageSculptures Collection: Greece, Third Wonder, seated statue of Greek God Zeus, located in ancient town of Olympia

Greece, Third Wonder, seated statue of Greek God Zeus, located in ancient town of Olympia

Background imageSculptures Collection: Detail of the statue of Hermes and the Infant Dionysus, c. 330 BC (parian marble)

Detail of the statue of Hermes and the Infant Dionysus, c. 330 BC (parian marble), head of Hermes (see BAL 54791)
ALI230715 Detail of the statue of Hermes and the Infant Dionysus, c.330 BC (parian marble), head of Hermes (see BAL 54791) by Praxiteles (c.400-c.330 BC); height : 210 cm; Archaeological Museum

Background imageSculptures Collection: Greek sculpture art (Olympia and Pergamon), wood engravings, published 1897

Greek sculpture art (Olympia and Pergamon), wood engravings, published 1897
Greek sculpture art from Olympia and Pergamon, Greece: 1) East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, c. 470 - 456 BCE (Archaeological museum of Olympia); 2) Nike

Background imageSculptures Collection: Orpheus playing his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece

Orpheus playing his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece
Orpheus, wearing a Phrygian cap and surrounded by the beasts charmed by the music of his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece

Background imageSculptures Collection: General Themistocles

General Themistocles
illustration of a General Themistocles

Background imageSculptures Collection: Sophocles

Sophocles ( circa 496a'406 bc ), Greek playwright. His seven surviving plays are notable for their complexity of plot and depth of characterization

Background imageSculptures Collection: Illustration of people, customs, artefacts, monuments from ancient civilisations

Illustration of people, customs, artefacts, monuments from ancient civilisations and indigenous cultures around the world, including Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Persia, Phoenicia, Inca, Maya, Aztec



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Sculptures Collection

Sculpture is an art form that has been around since ancient times. The Greeks were one of the first civilizations to create sculptures, and their works are some of the most iconic in history. Greek sculptures often depicted gods and goddesses, heroes, and everyday people in a realistic way. They used marble, bronze, ivory and other materials to create their works of art. Greek sculpture was highly influential in the development of later European sculpture styles such as Baroque and Rococo. Greek they are still be seen today throughout Europe, with many examples being found in Greece itself. These works are a testament to the skill and creativity of ancient sculptors who created them centuries ago.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Sculptures collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and grandeur of ancient Greek sculptures. These artworks are carefully curated to offer a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of Greece, which has long been celebrated for its artistic achievements. Featuring iconic pieces such as the Winged Victory of Samothrace, the Venus de Milo, and the Discobolus, our collection captures the essence of classical Greek sculpture in all its glory. Each piece is expertly reproduced using high-quality printing techniques that bring out every detail and nuance of these masterpieces. Whether you're an art lover or simply looking to add some sophistication to your home decor, the Sculptures collection offers something truly special. With its timeless beauty and enduring appeal, it's no wonder that these sculptures continue to inspire awe and admiration centuries after they were first created.
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What are Sculptures (Greece Europe) art prints?

Sculptures art prints are a collection of high-quality reproductions of some of the most iconic sculptures from ancient Greece and other parts of Europe. These prints capture the beauty, detail, and craftsmanship that went into creating these masterpieces, which have stood the test of time and continue to inspire artists and art lovers around the world. From classical Greek sculptures like the Venus de Milo and Discobolus to more modern works like Auguste Rodin's The Thinker, this collection offers a diverse range of styles and subjects for anyone interested in exploring sculpture as an art form. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece for your home or office or simply want to add some visual interest to your walls, Sculptures art prints are sure to impress with their stunning imagery and timeless appeal.
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What Sculptures (Greece Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Greece and Europe-inspired sculptures art prints that you can purchase. These art prints are perfect for those who appreciate the beauty and intricacy of sculptures, as well as those who want to add a touch of elegance to their home or office decor. Some of the popular Greece-inspired sculpture art prints available at Media Storehouse include pieces from ancient Greek mythology such as the statue of Athena Parthenos, Zeus at Olympia, and Apollo Belvedere. Additionally, there are also modern-day sculptures like The Thinker by Auguste Rodin that capture the essence of European culture. Whether you're looking for classic or contemporary designs, we have something for everyone. Our collection includes various sizes and styles to suit your preferences. You can choose from canvas prints or framed posters depending on your taste. If you're in search of high-quality sculpture art prints inspired by Greece and Europe's rich history and culture, then Media Storehouse is an excellent place to start your search.
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To purchase Sculptures art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection online. Once you have found the artwork that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a variety of payment options including credit card and PayPal. We also offer international shipping for customers outside of the UK. When purchasing art prints from Media Storehouse, it is important to note that they only sell high-quality prints made using archival materials. This ensures that your artwork will last for years without fading or deteriorating. Buying Sculptures art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple and straightforward process. With their wide selection of artwork and easy-to-use website, finding and purchasing the perfect piece for your home or office has never been easier.
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We offer a wide range of Sculptures art prints at varying prices. The cost of these prints depends on various factors such as the size, quality, and type of print you choose. We have a variety of options to suit different budgets and preferences. Our collection includes high-quality reproductions of famous sculptures from Greece and other parts of Europe. These prints are perfect for adding an artistic touch to your home or office decor. They also make great gifts for art lovers. We take pride in offering affordable yet premium quality art prints that are sure to impress. Our team works hard to ensure that every print is produced with the utmost care and attention to detail. If you're interested in purchasing Sculptures art prints from Media Storehouse, please browse our website or contact us for more information about pricing and availability.
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We take great care in delivering your Sculptures art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials and reliable shipping services to ensure that your order arrives in perfect condition. Your art print will be carefully rolled and placed into a sturdy cardboard tube for protection during transit. We offer a range of delivery options depending on your location, including standard and express shipping services. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive an email notification with tracking information so that you can monitor the progress of your delivery. Our goal is to provide our customers with a seamless shopping experience from start to finish, which includes fast and efficient delivery of their artwork. Whether you are purchasing for personal or commercial use, we strive to deliver exceptional service every time.