Theseus defeated the Centaur Marble sculpture statues
This sculpture statues completed by a well-known sculptor is a combined figure sculpture as a whole, carved from marble. The picture vividly shows the scene of Theseus defeated the Centaur. The battle scenes in the sculptures are very vivid, and the characters are sometimes very clear. Theseus in sculpture statues is naked, with one foot on the stone, one hand holding the centaur’s neck, and the other holding a thick wooden stick. The centaur also knelt on the ground and was slaughtered. The overall sculpture statues show a vivid story that gives us a fabulous three-dimensional.
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In the entire Western art tradition, ancient Greek sculpture statues occupy a very important position. Greek art is idealistic, simple, emphasizing commonality, and elegant and refined. It uses external forms to express its internal power. The model models advocated by Western art can be said to have all started from ancient Greece. The long-standing myths and legends of ancient Greece are the source of ancient Greek sculpture statue art and the theme of ancient Greek sculpture. It is the beautiful fantasy of nature and society of the Greeks. They believe that gods and people have the same shape and character. Therefore, ancient Greek sculpture The statue refers to the image of human beings to create the image of God and gives it a more ideal and perfect art form.
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The background of the Greek sculpture statue:
Greek mythological stories include two parts: stories of gods and legends of heroes, but unlike Islam, religious paintings with holy scriptures and scriptures appeared in large numbers since the beginning of the Renaissance, especially in European cathedrals. The ancient Greeks and ancient Romans used Greek sculpture statues to express their worship of their gods. The centaur Greek sculpture statue is a historical monster in Western mythology and a frequent visitor in medieval art. It has a human upper body, and from the waist is the torso and limbs of a horse. It is said to be the product of Ixion and Yun, king of Tesari, and is known for being good at archery. In many Greek myths, the horseman is a symbol of wildness. Legend has it that during the marriage of King Pirithous of Lapiths, a group of horsemen invited to a feast attempted to abduct the bride and the female guests attending the wedding. King Piritoos and his friend Theseus led the crowd to chase, and eventually defeated the horseman. This is the famous “horseman war”. This is the story of this famous Greek sculpture statue.