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The Borghese Gladiator - originally part of the Italian collection whose name it bears - is actually a depiction of a fighting warrior. The piece, whose tree trunk bears the signature of Agasias of Ephesus, son of Dositheus, recalls the work of Lysippos, the great bronze sculptor of the fourth century BC. The accented musculature, however, bears the mark of the Pergamene school. Agasias revived the athletic heroism of Lysippos, blending it with the pathos of the Hellenistic period.
39 Photos Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II - 3648x5472 Resolution.