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Phidias Collection

Background imagePhidias Collection: Statue of an Amazon female warrior by Phidias

Statue of an Amazon female warrior by Phidias, wearing a peplos, holding a bow, with quiver under her arm. Found near the Villa d Este in Tivoli

Background imagePhidias Collection: Principal Greek gods on Mount Olympus

Principal Greek gods on Mount Olympus. Jupiter, Juno, Hebe, Ganymede, the Graces, the Hours, Zodiac, Zephyr, Iris, the Fates, the Parcae, Nemesis, Ceres, Morpheus, Saturn, Proserpina, Pluto, Bacchus

Background imagePhidias Collection: South Frieze of the Parthenon. The Acropolis, Athens, Greece

South Frieze of the Parthenon. The Acropolis, Athens, Greece
South Frieze of the Parthenon. Cavalry. The Acropolis, Athens, Greece. 438-432 BC. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imagePhidias Collection: Parthenon. Elgin Marbles. Cavalcade. South Frieze

Parthenon. Elgin Marbles. Cavalcade. South Frieze
Parthenon. Elgin Marbles. South Frieze. Cavalcade. Detail. Acropolis, Athens, Greece. 438-432 BC. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imagePhidias Collection: Medusa Rondanini. Roman copy of a classical work of the 5th

Medusa Rondanini. Roman copy of a classical work of the 5th
Medusa Rondanini. The Gorgon. The model for this Roman work was the Gorgon head on the shield of the cult statue in the Parthemon on the Acropolis in Athens

Background imagePhidias Collection: Statue of Athena Parthenos. Pergamon

Statue of Athena Parthenos. Pergamon
Statue of Athena Parthenos. Marble. Copy of Phidias. 2nd century BC. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imagePhidias Collection: Athena Parthenos. Greek goddes. Roman copy of a Greek work b

Athena Parthenos. Greek goddes. Roman copy of a Greek work b
Athena Parthenos. Bust of Greek goddes Athena. Roman copy of a Greek work by Phidias (438 BC). Museum of Louvre. Paris. France

Background imagePhidias Collection: Relief depicting Nike or Victory tie his sandals. Bastion of

Relief depicting Nike or Victory tie his sandals. Bastion of the Temple of Athena Nike, by Phidias (c.432-490 BC). 427-424 BC. Acropolis Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imagePhidias Collection: Greek Art. Phidias Workshop ruins. Cross carved in stone. Ol

Greek Art. Phidias Workshop ruins. Cross carved in stone. Ol
Greek Art. Phidias Workshop ruins, built in 430 BC to house the statue of Zeus. In the fifth century, Theodosius II turned the building into an early Christian church. Cross carved in stone. Olympia

Background imagePhidias Collection: Greek Art. Phidias Workshop ruins. Olympia. Greece

Greek Art. Phidias Workshop ruins. Olympia. Greece
Greek Art. Phidias Workshop ruins, built in 430 BC to house the statue of Zeus. In the fifth century, Theodosius II turned the building into an early Christian church. Olympia. Greece

Background imagePhidias Collection: Parthenon pediment Figure of Dionysus

Parthenon pediment Figure of Dionysus
PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC). Figure of Dionysos from the east pediment of the Parthenon. 438 - 432 BC. Classical Greek art. Sculpture on marble. UNITED KINGDOM. ENGLAND. London. The British Museum

Background imagePhidias Collection: Greece. Athens. Acropolis. Parthenon

Greece. Athens. Acropolis. Parthenon
PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC). Parthenon. GREECE. Athens. Acropolis. Parthenon. Classical Greek art. Architecture

Background imagePhidias Collection: IKTINOS (5th C. BC);PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC);CAL̓RATES

IKTINOS (5th C. BC);PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC);CAL̓RATES
IKTINOS (5th C. BC); PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC); CAL̓ RATES, (5th C. BC). Parthenon. GREECE. Athens. Acropolis. Parthenon. Classical Greek art. Architecture

Background imagePhidias Collection: PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC). Horsemen from the west

PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC). Horsemen from the west frieze of the Parthenon. 438 - 432 BC. Belonging to the western frieze. Classical Greek art. Sculpture on marble. UNITED KINGDOM. London

Background imagePhidias Collection: PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC). Horsemen from the north

PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC). Horsemen from the north frieze of the Parthenon. 438 - 432 BC. Classical Greek art. Sculpture on marble. UNITED KINGDOM. London. The British Museum. Proc: GREECE. Athens

Background imagePhidias Collection: PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC)

PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC)
Nik desatando su sandalia. 410 a.C. Classical Greek art. Relief on marble. Proc: GREECE. Athens. Acropolis. Temple

Background imagePhidias Collection: Iktinos (5th C

Iktinos (5th C
IKTINOS (5th C. BC); PHIDIAS (490 -431 BC); CALTCRATES, (5th C. BC-). Parthenon. Detail of the frieze and the Doric style

Background imagePhidias Collection: Statue of Zeus, Olympia

Statue of Zeus, Olympia
The giant statue was carved by the Greek sculptor Phidias around 435 BC from ivory. It was slowly destroyed by fire, floods, earthquakes and landslides

Background imagePhidias Collection: PHIDIAS

PHIDIAS Greek sculptor, regarded as the greatest sculptor of ancient Greece

Background imagePhidias Collection: Phidias at Work (Liebig)

Phidias at Work (Liebig)
Phidias at work with the maquette of his statue of Minerva

Background imagePhidias Collection: Phidias at Work

Phidias at Work
Phidias at work on the Parthenon frieze

Background imagePhidias Collection: 7 Wonders / Zeus / Parr

7 Wonders / Zeus / Parr
The statue was carved by the Greek sculptor, Phidias, around 435 BC from ivory. It was slowly destroyed by fire, floods, earthquakes and landslides

Background imagePhidias Collection: 7 Wonders / Zeus / Picart

7 Wonders / Zeus / Picart
The statue was carved by the Greek sculptor Phidias around 435 BC from ivory. It was slowly destroyed by fire, floods, earthquakes and landslides

Background imagePhidias Collection: Myth / Classical Myth / Zeus

Myth / Classical Myth / Zeus
Statue of Zeus by the Greek sculptor Phidias, at Elis


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