In ancient Greek myths, there is such a hero, Hercules. This custom marble sculpture is one of the twelve trials of Hercules. Hercules custom marble sculpture is very strong and powerful. He took a big knife and held the enemy’s head with one hand. The enemy squatted on the ground. Her eyes were firm and his whole body muscles. The lines are carved smoothly. The three-dimensional custom marble sculpture makes us feel the fearlessness and courage of this hero.
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The importance of Hercules custom marble sculpture to the ancient Greeks:
Like the ancient Greeks, the ancient Romans also highly regarded Hercules custom marble sculpture. Whether it is an arena, a bath, or a public square, Hercules’ large custom marble sculptures can be seen everywhere, while small custom marble sculptures often appear in private gardens and indoor shrines. The Roman emperor Commodore liked to act like Hercules. He wore a lion’s skin, held a wooden stick, and personally fought with gladiators and lions. Commodore also customized many Hercules sculptures and made the face of the custom marble sculpture his own.
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The heroic image of Hercules in custom marble sculpture:
Since this huge custom marble sculpture was discovered in the Caracalla Baths in 1546, it has inspired countless artists, athletes, and the general public. They were shocked by its majestic masculinity and regarded it as the ultimate goal of a sporty physique. . This custom marble sculpture, called “Hercules at Rest” by art historians, has had an impact on the world of art and sports for more than two thousand years. The famous painter Rubens believed that “an artist who pursues perfection must have a profound knowledge of ancient sculptures.” Rubens’ manuscript contains a lot of research content on this custom marble sculpture. As art historian Geoffrey Muller pointed out, Farnese Hercules, as the prototype of perfect masculinity, appears time and time again in Rubens’s grand paintings depicting heroes.
Both Eugene Sandow and Joe Wade, the fathers of bodybuilding, said that Farnese Hercules custom marble sculpture was their childhood enlightenment teacher and a lifelong goal. Joe Wade said in an interview, “The moment I saw Farnese Hercules was a turning point in my whole life. This sculpture is the perfect image of the bodybuilder in my heart… For larger and stronger people-like myself-this statue has a magical attraction. He is what we want to be like in our dreams.”