Renaissance era marble statue Talia literally means “prosperous”, she is in charge of comedy and idyll, and her symbol is a comedy mask, a cane or a tambourine. In art, the Thalia renaissance era marble statue is often smiling, wearing a wreath of ivy, holding a comedy mask, sometimes a staff or tambourine, and occasionally a shepherd’s costume. During the Renaissance, great treasures were left in many museums or palaces such as the Carse Gardens. These treasures are characters in some mythological stories. Each of the renaissance era marble statues has its own story behind them. Sculpture also has its own characteristics, which can be recognized from some small details.