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Goddess Rhea sculpture, Toronto 3D Model
Bas-relief sculpture of the goddess Rhea high up on the side of the Bank of Nova Scotia building standing on the northeast corner of Bay and King Streets in Toronto. The building is 27 storeys tall and was completed in 1951 featuring art deco designs. Rhea is one of several large bas-reliefs of Classical mythological figures adorning the Bay Street side of the building created by the sculptor Frederick Winkler (1898–1974).
Rhea holds a star in her left hand and is depicted with a reclining lion and a crescent moon. She was a Titaness, Mother of the Greek Gods who gave birth to the Olympians Hestia, Demeter, Hera, Hades, Poseidon and Zeus. Rhea was closely identified with the Anatolian mother-goddess Kybele (Cybele) and both were depicted wearing a crown and attended by lions.
Photos taken from the street below at 20x zoom with a Lumix FZ200.