Perseus with the head of Medusa Marble Statue
This marble stone sculpture of Perseus shows the Greek demigod Perseus holding the head of Medusa. Perseus stood victorious because he had just cut off Medusa’s head. He held Medusa’s head in his left hand, grabbing the serpent on her head. The face of the Medusa stone sculpture of Perseus shows fear as she has just been severed. However, you can still see her beautiful face.
|MATERIAL:||Natural Marble / Stone / Granite|
|SIZE:||LIFESIZE / CUSTOM MADE SIZE|
|USAGE:||Amusement park, Theme park, Garden, Restaurant, Playground, Public Area, Garden, Indoor & Outdoor, etc|
Medusa stone sculpture of Perseus is a Greek goddess who turns everyone she sees into stone. Perseus beheaded the banshee, this brave act was carved into sculpture to commemorate, which is famous in the Greek stone sculpture of Perseus, every statue formed in Greek mythology has a certain meaning. It also shows us the delicacy and story of Greek marble sculpture. The story of Greek is about the Greek hero who decapitated Medusa. Here, Perseus is a sturdy young man, holding a bloody Medusa’s head in his left hand, a knife in his right hand, his left leg bent, his feet on the enemy’s body, his body seems to be Just relaxing from a tense fight. Story Greek stone sculpture of Perseus His angry and beautiful face droops slightly, expressing his inner joy of victory and the quiet moments after the battle. The Greek stone sculpture of Perseus is exquisite in craftsmanship, with realistic and natural poses, clear and healthy muscles, and precise anatomical structures.
In order to achieve a graceful form, the author deliberately dealt with many details in the stone sculpture of Perseus, Perseus’ thick hair, the serpent wrapped around Medusa’s head, and even the blood spurting from the banshee’s neck, all became a Beautiful decorative detail. Story Greek sculpture, with its high base and intricate pattern carvings on it, makes everything feel so delicate and extraordinary, the stone sculpture of Perseus deserves to be an example of Mannerist story stone sculpture of Perseus. Perseus is a famous hero in Greek mythology, the son of the main god Zeus. Abandoned by his grandfather, he and his mother drifted to the island of Serifos, where he was taken in by the king; King Serifus encouraged Perseus to take an adventure in order to marry his mother, and ordered him to kill the demon Medusa ;Medusa is the most dangerous of the three Gorgons, her hair is covered with venomous snakes, and anyone who sees her will immediately turn to stone; Perseus overcomes many difficulties and finds Medusa , confronted her with a gleaming copper shield obtained from the goddess Athena, and cut off her head by the reflection of the shield.
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