This marble-carved army soldier statue is very three-dimensional and is a life-size soldier sculpture. Two young soldiers stand together. The attitude of the army soldier statue shows confidence and fearlessness. They wear distinctive helmets on their heads, with tassels on them, and small dragon decorations. They have spears and daggers in their hands. They are on the army soldier statue. The pattern of the armor is delicate and beautiful, and the head of Medusa, the Greek snake demon, represents the determination to win with confidence.
Natural Marble / Stone / Granite
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The ancient Roman army soldier statue is different from the international Greek sculpture because it is famous for its beauty or decorative characteristics. This is because Roman art is not about being beautiful, but about making a deep impression. The army soldier statue aims to awe and impress other countries with its charm and sense of power. Portrait bust showing a serious and determined emperor; army soldier statue reliefs show historical events, such as Roman legions winning battles or holding official ceremonies; equestrian statues put the emperor on a saddle. There are no female nudes and no statues of mythological figures.
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The artistic development of Roman noble army soldier statue:
The plastic art of Roman army soldier statue aims to enhance the power and majesty of Rome, not to amuse intellectuals. However, the following conditions should be kept in mind: first, almost all the best sculptors working in Rome were Greeks; second, Roman nobles found many domestic uses in army soldier statues, and few of them were “serious”. Third, the rise of Christianity stimulated the demand for Christianity. Early Christian sculpture (from 150 AD). Therefore, although it can be said that the Roman army soldier statue itself is serious and propaganda, most of the works for domestic consumption or for Christian use are as decorative as the Greek army soldier statue. The Romans were better known by their name for marble sculptures than their bronze sculptures, and produced a limited number of ivory sculptures-mainly for personal use.