Ares statue that gives you brave customized sculpture
Among the gods of Olympus, Ares is the god of war, mutiny, killing, and riots. He was described as “a bloodthirsty murderer and conqueror of a defensive castle”. He is a symbol of strength and power, bloodthirsty, blood, and the embodiment of human disaster. Ares statue is wearing armor, holding a sword and shield in his hand, wearing a helmet, and looking up to one side. The treatment of patina bronze makes the Ares statue more classic. Ares statue also shows the righteousness of the Greek period.
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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Ares statue Details Description:
Ares statue artwork:
Greek statues of figures occupy a large proportion of Greek art. For Greek artists, human beauty seems to be the most beautiful of all. The creation of genius seems to only care about the beauty of people. For them, the talents among all things are the most beautiful. The artist’s attainments lie in how to make the cold marble speak and turn it into a statue that can feel the human body temperature and emotions, and convey the true feelings to us vividly. The human body statue accurately expresses human self-sufficiency and independence. The Ares statue as a whole gives people a sense of justice. The expressions of Ares statue are full of vigor, and there are few listless appearances. Human gestures and gestures are also acceptable to the audience. The audience can feel the cordial greetings, angelic dreams, and the strength of heroes to overcome evil from Ares statue without having to go through too detailed an investigation.
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Ares statue and other male sculptures:
The Greek male statue Ares statue shows the great spirit of heroes who challenge the limits of life. Heroes with superpowers willingly take risks in the fleeting adventure center. Their loyalty to ideals has inspired artists to use the boldest artistic techniques to express them. With a bronze statue of Poseidon, Poseidon’s life-size, his muscles are tight, his hands are stretched out to the left and right, making a throwing battle. This unimaginable shape in marble statues is perfectly realized in the way of bronze statues. In the famous “Discus Thrower”, he created a model of movement, which was called by art historians: “It is a combination of muscle contraction and relaxation in rapid movement. This work finds the principle of harmony in the balance of opposites. “This is the perfect unity of strength and tension with the naturalistic style. It is undoubtedly the most distinctive masterpiece among Greek male statues.