Hot Sale Greek Nike of Samothrace Marble Life Size Statue
This Samothrace Statue sculpts the goddess of victory on a cliff by the sea of Samothrace. The base of the sculpture is the bow of a warship. The bow guides the fleet to ride the wind and waves forward. The upper body of the Goddess of Victory leans forward slightly, strong and tall. The wings fly high. The sea breeze seemed to blow from in front of her while she was. The thin clothes reveal the body of the goddess. The goddess Samothrace Statue is partly sculpted from precious Greek white Paros marble, and the huge bow is made of grey marble with white veining to contrast with the figure Samothrace Statue. These two parts are pretty neat.
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The Samothrace Statue, a stone sculpture of victory in Samothrace, is based on the Titans’ daughters Pallas and Stix, and the sisters of Kratos, Bia, and Zelos. Although the second-order was born in the Titan family, in the Titan war, she sided with the god Olympus, that is, Zeus, and brought them victory. Therefore, people regard her as a symbol of “victory”. Samothrace Statue She spread her wings and stood tall on the bow, the feathers on her wings fluttering gently in the sea breeze, her soft skirt was clinging to her body and fluttering behind her. The head and arm of the Samothrace Victory statue are long lost. According to the pattern on the coins unearthed in Greece, the goddess of victory should hold a trombone and sound the victory horn to spread the news of victory. The Samothrace Statue was made during the Hellenistic period in the early 2nd century BC and was erected in the Temple of Victory in Samothrace to commemorate the victory of the naval battle.
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The stone Samothrace Statue, although the head and arms are broken, is still a masterpiece, showing a high level of the art of the ancient Greek sculptor: her tulle-like clothes flutter in the wind, her ethereal, powerful and plump, graceful Body, huge wings soaring like eagle’s wings in full display of superior majesty and fervently cheering victory, Samothrace Statue and demonstrating the miraculous artistic skills of the stone sculptor who seems to have given the stone life. age life. The stone tomb at the foot of the Samothrace Victory is carved in the shape of a bow, symbolizing the commemoration of the naval battle. At the time, the Samothrace Statue was placed on a cliff facing the sea. The flying robe of the Samothrace goddess of victory seemed to be blown by the oncoming sea breeze. Outstanding idea.