High Quality White Natural Marble Greek Knight Sculpture
Knights are glorified as symbols of justice, representing the struggle between justice and evil, as well as victory. This Greek knight statue holds its head high and holds a sword and shield, showing a brave and handsome man. Knight statue is often used to represent the spirit of bravery and fearlessness. The knight statue is placed in the garden. The Greeks did not seek longevity. The passing of youth is a very beautiful thing.
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Many ancient Greek tombstones were written twenty years ago. They want to stay young forever, and they refuse to live in old age. The ancient Romans looked at this with a pragmatic spirit, and they knew you had to face your thirties, forties, fifties. Now many people have to face their seventies and eighties, and face the life after his physical peak. And in the face of all this in Rome, the image of the Romans adorn the knight statue, which is a symbol of the maturity of civilization. In the eyes of ancient Greekphilosophers and artists, the human body is a part of nature and the most symmetrical, harmonious, solemn and beautiful aesthetic object. Therefore, in ancient Greek art, the human knight statue can be seen everywhere, reaching a high artistic level. If the aesthetic ideal of ancient Egyptian and Roman characters decorating soldiers is to pursue “eternity”, then the aesthetic ideal of ancient Greek knight statue is to pursue “true beauty”.
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In their opinion, the character of the ideal Roman figure knight statue is not a thinking mind, nor a sensitive heart, but a naked body with superior blood, well-developed, well-proportioned, agile, and good at various sports. This thinking manifests itself in many ways. First, almost all the nearby alien races, such as the Lythians and Gallians around them, were ashamed of being naked. Only the Greeks undressed for gladiatorial fights and races. Even the young Spartan women were almost naked while exercising. Although Fado’s Roman figures adorning soldiers depict gods, this does not detract from the essence of humanism. The knight statue of the Greek gods exists for the benefit of mankind, so when he praises God, he praises himself. Both architecture and sculpture embody ideas of balance, harmony, order and moderation. “Man is the master of all things, the ultimate in creation, and the image of the Romans decorating the knight statue has a special charm.” In the concept of the ancient Greeks, among all things, several people are the most beautiful, so there will be nudes in the arena The crowd cheered.