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Johannes Reuchlin  A German humanist and a scholar of Greek and Hebrew, although suspected of a leaning toward Protestantism, Reuchlin never left the Roman Catholic Church

Johannes Reuchlin A German humanist and a scholar of Greek and Hebrew, although suspected of a leaning toward Protestantism, Reuchlin never left the Roman Catholic Church

Billy Fury       Liverpool     STATUES & SCULPTURES: Musicians

Photos of sculptures and statues that honor musicians, bronze statues of musicians to wax statues in Madame Tu

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Statue of Hamlet in Bancroft Gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, UK

This is a statue by Andy Edwards entitled “All Together Now” which for the next few days will be on display in St Luke’s, Liverpool’s famous “bombed out church”. The figures are about to shake hands standing over a football which relates to the time that British and German soldiers paused, apparently to play football on Christmas Day 1914. The hands do not quite meet which allows one to place a hand between them, joining the act of all too brief sanity on that day. The figures will leave…

This is a statue by Andy Edwards entitled “All Together Now” which for the next few days will be on display in St Luke’s, Liverpool’s famous “bombed out church”. The figures are about to shake hands standing over a football which relates to the time that

Seated girl, Roman statue (marble), possibly copy after Hellenistic original from the school of Lysippus, 2nd century AD (if copy, then original 4th c. BC), (Centrale Montemartini, Rome).

Seated girl, Roman statue (marble), possibly copy after Hellenistic original…

Statue of Joan of Arc outside the State library of Victoria. Valiantly riding her horse, holding high a flag, this was made by the French sculptor, Emmanuel Frémiet, who was famous for making equestrian sculptures, and was placed in its current location in 1907.

The State Library of Victoria is home to many sculptures, some of which are located in the front lawns and forecourt.

Rollo (Gange-Rolv Ragnvaldsson) West Norwegian Viking chieftain. Parents: Ragnvald Mørejarl og Hild Rolvsdatter. September 25, 1911 in the town park in Ålesund during a major event unveiled a statue of Rollo/Gange-Rolv. The statue was a gift to the city of Ålesund from Rouen in Normandy. It is a bronze replica of the original statue in marble dating back to 1863, which stands outside the cathedral in Rouen.

Gangu-Hrólfr or Rolf the Ganger Ragnvaldsson, Mœrajarl de Normandie, was founder of the Duchy of Normandy and progenitor of William the Conqueror (not a contemporary statue, 32 ggf)

Life-sized Etruscan terracotta female statues from Lanuvium have a medival look to them C.500BC

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Life-sized Etruscan terracotta female statues from Lanuvium have a medival…

Dunstan and Bolte Statues, Treasury Place, Melbourne. Both were Victorian Premiers. They are the work of Peter Corlett (born 1944), an Australian sculptor, known for his full-figure sculptures cast in bronze, especially his memorial works. They were installed in 1999.

Dunstan and Bolte Statues, Treasury Place, Melbourne. Both were Victorian Premiers. They are the work of Peter Corlett (born an Australian sculptor, known for his full-figure sculptures cast in bronze, especially his memorial works. They were installed in

Portrait Statuette of the Greek Orator Demosthenes (early Roman copy of bronze portrait statue), 100 BC-100 ADSculpture, StatuetteGraeco-Roman, 1st century BC-2nd century AD  Roman period, Early to Middle Imperial, c. 31 BC-AD 235

Portrait Statuette of the Greek Orator Demosthenes. Roman copy of a Greek bronze portrait statue, early to middle Imperial period.

Marcus Aurelius on horseback, Rome. AD 164-66. Gilded bronze.

One of the most famous statues in Rome – a bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius on horseback, which is on the Capitol Square for many hundreds of years. The statue depicted on the reverse side of Italian euro coins in (Hemis / Alamy

Statue of Alexander the Great. This marble statue of Alexander the Great was found in the area of the theatre in Perge. It dates back to the Roman period.Antalya Archaeological Museum

Statue of Alexander the Great. This marble statue of Alexander the Great was found in the area of the theatre in Perge. It dates back to the Roman period.

Among the ancient world’s most famous bronzes there were images of gods, like the colossal Athena Promachos who guarded the Athenian Acropolis (the glint of her spear could be seen from Cape Sounion, more than fifty kilometers distant), an early work of the great Pheidias, designer and master sculptor of the Parthenon, and the still-larger statue of Apollo known as the Colossus of Rhodes. But bronze, with its warm sheen and its flexibility, lent itself above all to the portrayal of human…

Bronze statue of a woman Third century B. Found in 1994 in the sea east of Kalymnos Greece Kalymnos Archaeological Museum Pothia Greece. His Marmoreal Calm

"Charioteer of Delphi" 470 BC. The "Charioteer of Delphi" is one of the best known ancient Greek statues, and one of the best preserved examples of classical bronze casts. It is considered a fine example of the "Severe" style. Delphi Archaeological Museum.

Charioteer of Delphi, bronze, 470 BC. One of the best known ancient Greek statues, and one of the best preserved examples of classical bronze casts. It is considered a fine example of the "Severe" style.

(Girolamo Savonarola) Hieronymus Savonarola  An Italian Dominican friar, Scholastic, preached vehemently against the moral corruption of much of the clergy at the time

(Girolamo Savonarola) Hieronymus Savonarola An Italian Dominican friar, Scholastic, preached vehemently against the moral corruption of much of the clergy at the time

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