The Ephebe of Antikythera

The Ephebe of Antikythera

Fine bronze statue of a young man, a god or a hero who held a spherical object in his right hand (possibly Paris with the apple).

It is one of the most brilliant products of the Peloponnesian bronze sculpture, perhaps the work of the famous sculptor Euphranor. It was found in the area of an ancient shipwreck off the island of Antikythera.

Dated to 340 B.C.National Archaeological Museum of Athens

New price: $6,799.00


Plaster of Paris & bronze patina
2.10 m (6 ft. 11 in.)

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