Head of Ares/Mars. Roman copy (early 3rd cent. AD) after a lost bronze original by the Greek sculptor Alkamenes (ca. 420 BC). Now in the Capitoline Museums.
Nisus and Euryalus (detail)Jean-Baptiste RomanMusée du Louvre, Paris
Neptune and Triton - Bernini (Victoria and Albert museum of London)
Antinous as Dionysus | Roman version of an existing type, rather than a direct copy of a lost Greek original of the 3rd c. BC | 3rd c. AD | Marble | The British Museum | London (UK)
La Fraternité by Amié-Jules Dalou, town hall of Paris’ X arrondissement (Wedding Room), 1883.
Lady Godiva statue by John Thomas (1813 – 1862), Maidstone Museum, Kent, England.
Unknown Artist (Roman), Marble head of an athlete, c. 138-192.
Vatican Museum by thehelenli, via Flickr
marble bust of the Roman emperor Hadrian and portrait head from a statue of his lover Antinous
gian lorenzo bernini