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after Polykleitos (480 – late 5th century BCE); Master model, 1871; Plaster, shellacked; Height: 212 cm; Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Gipsformerei, R-00213 (Original: 5th century BCE, Roman copy at National Archaeological Museum of Naples)
Doryphoros is considered to be the most famous work by Greek sculptor Polykleitos. It embodies the perfect realisation of contraposto, seen in the balance between the statue’s supporting leg and a free leg, which was later studied by sculptors such as Auguste Rodin. The model of Doryphoros remains in an excellent condition. In addition to this full-body version based on the sculpture at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, the collection of the Gipsformerei also includes a cast of the statue’s torso from Berlin’s Antikensammlung.
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3D-Digitisation, Virtual Exhibition, Post-Production: Studio Jester Blank