Pictures of Roman Statues Capitoline Museum Rome { 75 images } Created 2 Feb 2015

Pictures images photos of the Roman sculptures from the Capitoline Museums, Rome. The Romans were enthusiastic creators of monumental art. The Romans embraced Hellenistic Greek mythology and made the work of the great Greek sculptors like the 4th century BC sculptor Praxiteles. The Romans copied original Greek sculptures and in doing so learnt the skills of their Greek predecessors. This led to great sculptures like the original Roman bronze statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius on horseback, the original of which can be found in the Capitoline Museum Rome. 175 AD. Marcus Aurelius This is a rare example of a bronze equestrian statue as it became common practice for the Romans in the late empire to melt down bronze statues to mint coins. The Capitoline museum also has gigantic bronze and marble sculptures of Emperor Constantine. This includes a gilded bronze head of Emperor Constantine dating from about 330-337. Pictures and images of Roman and Roman copies of Greek Hellenistic sculptures from the Capitoline Museums, Rome can be bought on line as photo art prints or downloaded as high resolution stock photos. For Editorial use only, for advertising property rights please contact the museum.

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