A GREEK MARBLE HEAD OF ISIS-APHRODITE HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C. Probably from Alexandria, finely sculpted, her head slightly turned to her left with downward gaze, long neck with naturalistic contours, bowed lips, her wavy hair centrally parted and pulled back, circular mortise on the crown, the reverse roughly hewn 9 in. (22.8 cm.) high
Giovanni Battista Lombardi 1823-1880 ITALIAN NAJADE O NINFA (NAIAD OR NYMPH) white marble, on a veined red marble and white marble base figure: 141cm., 55 1/8 in. base: 49 by 40 by 40cm., 19¼ by 15¾ by 15¾in.
wonderwarhol: “ Child Bride, by Philippe Faraut “ This sculpture was created to bring social awareness to the plight of the 15 million girls who are married each year before the age of This young girl’s expression of fear is barely hidden.