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Parian Collection

Background imageParian Collection: Statue of Nike by Paionios - Olympia, Greece

Statue of Nike by Paionios - Olympia, Greece
Reconstruction of a Statue of Nike (Goddess of Victory), originally by Paionios - Olympia, Greece (425420 BC). The statue originally stood near the temple of Zeus on a triangular 6-metre high pillar

Background imageParian Collection: The Athena Giustiniani. Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pall

The Athena Giustiniani. Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pall
The Athena Giustiniani or Giustiniani Minerva. Parian marble. Antonine Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pallas Athena. 2nd century. Detail. Braccio Nuovo. Chiaramonti Museum. Vatican Museums

Background imageParian Collection: The Athenean Treasury at Delhi, Greece

The Athenean Treasury at Delhi, Greece
The Athenian Treasury at Delphi was constructed by the Athenians to house dedications and votive offerings made by their city and citizens to the sanctuary of Apollo

Background imageParian Collection: Romeca dance on the Greek island of Paros

Romeca dance on the Greek island of Paros. 1807

Background imageParian Collection: Greek Art. Greece. Artemis statue carved in Parian marble

Greek Art. Greece. Artemis statue carved in Parian marble. Located at the House of Diadumenos in Delos. Dated around 100 BCE National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageParian Collection: Centaur kidnapping a young woman. Battle of the Lapiths

Centaur kidnapping a young woman. Battle of the Lapiths and the Centaurs. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of Olympia. 5th century B.C. Parian marble. West pediment

Background imageParian Collection: Greece. Delphi. The Athenian Treasury. 510 to 480 B. C

Greece. Delphi. The Athenian Treasury. 510 to 480 B. C
Greek Art. Greece. Delphi. The Athenian Treasury. Built in Parian marble. Its construction ranging from 510 to 480 B.C. The metopes are reproductions. The originals are kept in the museum of Delphi

Background imageParian Collection: Greek Art. Hellenistic. Marble head of a god, probably Zeus

Greek Art. Hellenistic. Marble head of a god, probably Zeus. 3rd or 2nd century B.C. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageParian Collection: Livia Drusila (58 B. C. -29 A. C. ). Bust

Livia Drusila (58 B. C. -29 A. C. ). Bust
LIVIA DRUSILLA (58 b.C-29 a.C). Roman lady, wife of Emperor Augustus. Bust in parian marble. Dated around 20 B.C. Located in Crete. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageParian Collection: Grrek Art. Kore by Aristion. VI century B. C

Grrek Art. Kore by Aristion. VI century B. C
GREEK ART. Archaic period. Greece. KORE in marble by ARISTION (550-540 BC). Crowned the tomb of PHRASIKLEIA. Found in Merenda (Attica). Detail. National Archaeological Museum.Athens

Background imageParian Collection: Parian figures, Plate 92

Parian figures, Plate 92, human figures (adults and children). Date: circa 1880s

Background imageParian Collection: Parian figures, Plate 91

Parian figures, Plate 91, with a woman kneeling before a cross (Rock of Ages), Zenobia, Innocence Protected, Evening Dew, Morning Dew, Hunter, and Driver. Date: circa 1880s

Background imageParian Collection: Birds, flowers, fruit, figures under glass shades, Plate 76

Birds, flowers, fruit, figures under glass shades, Plate 76
Birds, flowers, fruit, figures etc under glass shades, Plate 76. Date: circa 1880s

Background imageParian Collection: Mercury. Statue

Mercury. Statue
Roman Art. Spain. Mercury. Statue. 2nd century A.C. Parian marble sculpted. It comes from Italica. Archeological Museum of Seville. Andalusia. Spain

Background imageParian Collection: Eurytion and Deidamia. Battle of the Lapiths and the Centaur

Eurytion and Deidamia. Battle of the Lapiths and the Centaurs. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of Olympia. 5th century B.C. Parian marble. West pediment. Dated in 460 B.C

Background imageParian Collection: Greek Art. Triangular pedestal of the statue of Victory (Nik

Greek Art. Triangular pedestal of the statue of Victory (Nike) by Paeonius of Mende. 5th century B.C. Altis. Olympia. Greece

Background imageParian Collection: Lapith woman. Battle of the Lapiths and the Centaurs. 460 B. C

Lapith woman. Battle of the Lapiths and the Centaurs. 460 B. C
Lapith Woman. Battle of the Lapiths and the Centaurs. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of Olympia. 5th century B.C. Parian marble. West pediment. Dated in 460 B.C

Background imageParian Collection: Zeus. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of O

Zeus. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of O
Greek Art. 5th century B.C. Zeus. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of Olympia. Parian marble. East pediment. 460 B.C. Archaeological Museum of Olympia. Greece

Background imageParian Collection: Greek art. Statue of Victory (Nike). 5th century B. C. Parian

Greek art. Statue of Victory (Nike). 5th century B. C. Parian
Greek art. Statue of Victory (Nike). 5th century B.C. Parian marble. By Paeonius of Mende. Archaeological Museum of Olympia. Greece

Background imageParian Collection: Hippodamia. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuar

Hippodamia. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuar
Greek Art. 5th century B.C. Hippodamia. Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of Olympia. Parian marble. East pediment. 460 B.C. Archaeological Museum of Olympia. Greece

Background imageParian Collection: Competition between Pelops and Oenomaus. 460 B. C. Temple of

Competition between Pelops and Oenomaus. 460 B. C. Temple of
Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of Olympia. 5th century B.C. Parian marble sculptures that decorated the east pediment of the temple and represent the competition between Pelops

Background imageParian Collection: The struggle of the Lapita and centaurs at the wedding Pirit

The struggle of the Lapita and centaurs at the wedding Pirit
Decoration of the Temple of Zeus in the Sanctuary of Olympia. 5th century B.C. Parian marble sculptures that decorated the west pediment of the temple and represent the struggle of the Lapita

Background imageParian Collection: Persian rider. Greece. VI century B. C

Persian rider. Greece. VI century B. C
GREEK ART. VI B.C. GREECE. Persian rider in parian marble. Dated in 520 b.C. Acropolis Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageParian Collection: Table Ornaments and a Wall Mirror, Plate 95

Table Ornaments and a Wall Mirror, Plate 95, showing jardinieres, epergnes, flower holders, and a mirror with a Parian figure of Hebe at the centre. Date: circa 1880s


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