lunedì 23 settembre 2013

Vase with applied marble carving fourth image Hekate Description




Vase with applied marble carving
fourth image
Hekate






Description
 



Reverse, Hekate between burning torches.
Hekate, a goddess of fertility, magic, dark things, nocturnal sorcery and transitions, who typically depicted with torches. The third zone depicted with extraordinary delicacy, shows Hekate lifting a weight, the meaning is not evident, but the reference undoubtedly has to do with the weight as symbol of mythological punishments. The addition of the symbol emphasizes the mythological punishment of Theseus and Perithoos, who were punished for attempting to carry off Persephone.
 
 
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martedì 17 settembre 2013

Marble medallion with Alectryon




 
 
 
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Marble medallion with Alectryon

Upper zone, medallion ( second image )

Description

The scene depicted  with extraordinary delicacy, shows Alectryon. The subject of the medallion is unusual and the meaning is not evident, but the reference undoubtedly has to do with the rooster as Alectryon,  the ancient Greek word for "rooster".  Alectryon, the father of Leitus, the Argonaut.

lunedì 9 settembre 2013

Vase with applied marble carving Third image Description


 
 

Description Third image

Nereid nymph

The unusually large shape is subdivided into four zones, each with a mythological subject. The second zone depicted with extraordinary delicacy, shows a Nereid nymph keeping an argonaut egg case. Nereids were daughters of the sea god Nereus, who are usually associated with the deep.

Upper zone, medallion ( second image )



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venerdì 6 settembre 2013

Vase with applied marble carving Description


Obverse, Hermes

Hermes, the divine messenger, identifiable by a winged petasos (broad-brimmed hat), moves quickly across this vase. The addition of the symbol emphasizes the presence of Hermes in the scene. The fluent drawing and articulation of the figure were heightened with details in white marble. The ivy and medallions applied to the exterior surface embellish the upper part of the vase.


Nereid nymph

The unusually large shape is subdivided into four zones, each with a mythological subject. The second zone depicted with extraordinary delicacy, shows a Nereid nymph keeping an argonaut egg case. Nereids were daughters of the sea god Nereus, who are usually associated with the deep.



Upper zone, medallion


Marble medallion with Alectryon

Description
The scene depicted  with extraordinary delicacy, shows Alectryon. The subject of the medallion is unusual and the meaning is not evident, but the reference undoubtedly has to do with the rooster as Alectryon,  the ancient Greek word for "rooster".  Alectryon, the father of Leitus, the Argonaut.

mercoledì 4 settembre 2013

Vase with applied marble carving

Vase with applied marble carving
04/set/2013 

 

This month, I'll publish the next image of the Vase with applied marble carving
                                                                                                        
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