Famous Garden Decorative Man Statue Hunan Bronze Apollo Sculpture
Apollo sculpture is one of the Western sculptures and one of the top ten sculptures in the world. The classic sculpture of Apollo is considered by the West to be the beauty of the gods and is very popular. Apollo is the most handsome of all male gods. He is happy, intelligent, and has a sunny temperament. He is the object of praise by many artists in poetry, painting, and sculpture. It is the god of light and is often used in garden sculptures, community sculptures, and hotel sculptures. In western countries, the application is more extensive.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
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Apollo sculpture Details Description:
The handsome details of Apollo sculpture
Apollo sculpture shows his beauty. He is an energetic and full-blooded young man. His appearance is dignified and majestic. His face is handsome, with long hair that radiates fragrance and slightly floats on his shoulders. On his head, he wears a crown woven with branches and leaves of laurel, Eros, olive or water lily. The god of light usually wears luxurious clothes, heads up to the blue sky, and sings with a lyre. He sometimes carries his silver bows and quiver, sometimes with a golden sword. Apollo’s deterrence and majesty matched his elegance and beauty. Apollo sculpture is a symbol of male beauty in ancient Greek art. His beautiful figure and super talent made him welcomed by many goddesses.
bronze Apollo sculpture
Ancient Greek mythological sculptures
Early sculptures in ancient Greece have traces of imitating Egyptian sculptures. But the sculptor is no longer satisfied with imitation but strives to explore the structure and proportions of the human body with his own eyes and create realistic, natural, and vibrant artistic images. At that time, as a symbol of male beauty, apollo sculpture was one of the most enthusiastic creation subjects of artists. Apollo sculpture shapes Apollo with idealized beauty standards, vividly shaping his posture when the arrow has left the string: his head is slightly raised, looking straight at the arm holding the bow in front, and the joy of victory is in his eyes. The sculptor used skilled carving techniques to show Apollo’s graceful posture, well-proportioned limbs, and elegant form, highlighting Apollo’s bright demeanor and heroic temperament. The composition of the whole work is stable and well-proportioned. Although the hands and forearms have been destroyed, it does not affect the overall harmonious beauty of apollo sculpture.