Eros was the little god of love in ancient Greek mythology. In late Greek mythology, Eros was a mischievous little barefoot boy with small wings and a bow in his hand. Later, however, Eros’s image was transformed into that of a handsome young man. He took a bow and arrow in his hand, spread out his wings, and drew it ready to shoot. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact us.
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The development of the image of the Eros statue:
Eros, the earliest source said that he was a primitive god who participated in the creation of the world. Hesiod believed that he was the basic driving force for the creation of all things at the beginning of the world, and was a symbol of all lust and lust, but after Plato, he Considered to be the son of Aphrodite, the god of love, Eros statue is a beautiful boy holding a bow and arrow. In early mythology, Eros was considered to be a primitive god born with Kaos. It was a peer of Kaos, the first goddess of the earth, Gaia, and Tartarus, the god of the abyss. It was the same primitive god as its peer gods. Characteristics are considered to be the incarnation of all the love of gods and spirits. In late Greek mythology, Eros was the youngest son of Aphrodite and Ares born out of love. The Eros statue is a naughty boy with a bow and arrow in hand, bare feet, and a pair of small wings. Later, the image of Eros changed into a handsome young man.
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The mythical art image of Eros statue:
Eros is usually portrayed as a naked, young, and handsome figure with wings. The earliest known sculpture was used to decorate theaters in ancient Greece in the 2nd century BC. A group of Erotus and winged women drove a cart pulled by goats. This form of presentation of Eros became common, including Eros in hunting scenes. Because of their images in the classical legends of the gods, the meaning of Eros is representative (implying some form of love) and they are sometimes portrayed as separate images. In Anatolia’s adoration of Aphrodite, the paintings of this goddess and the three Eros illustrate the three kingdoms she controls: heaven, earth, and water. Eros is associated with sports, and the Eros statue is built in a gymnasium. At the same time, he is often seen as the patron saint of gay men. The image of Eros in the artwork is usually with a lyre and bow and arrow. It is also accompanied by dolphins, flutes, roosters, roses, and torches. In addition, we also have various designs of sculptures of Cupid, the god of love, which can be customized.
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