The Spinary in Romanesque art is the symbol of liberation from the march, not only physical but also inner; the believer seeks to remove sin from his soul.The figure of the Spinary that is often found in Romanesque churches dates back to ancient thought.This sculpture is inspired directly by the small bronze of the 1st century BC, which is currently...
The Church of Our Lady is a late Gothic brick building, erected in the old quarter of Munich by Jörg von Hasbach between 1468 and 1488, dominates the other buildings of the old city of Munich. The Church of Our Lady is one of the largest churches in southern Germany. Despite its dimensions, it is the beauty and simplicity of the church that seduces its...
A veil covers her hair and shoulders, falling down on her knees, but her feet, breasts which seem to point out as if under the effect of excitement and her vulva are naked. It is one of the rare scenes of feminine masturbation very explicitly known at the beginning of Gothic art. Sculpture inspired by one of the cornerstones of the Church of Sainte...
Superb majestic statue of lion's head, for the decoration of your garden, to put on a stable and hard surface.
Original work of art
Height: 58 cms Width: 32 cmsDepth: 32 cmsWeight: 25 KgMaterial: resinPublisher: Temarte S.L.
Very beautiful religious statue, original work representing a guardian angel crying under an old olive tree.
Height: 65 cm.Width: 45 cm.Depth: 45 cm.Weight: 25 Kg.Material: Resin.Publisher: Temarte S.L.
Antinous: The great love of Emperor Hadrian.
Antinous was born approximately between 110 and 115 A.D. in Claudiopolis, a city located in the Roman province of Bithynia (now northwest of Turkey). Hadrian, who traveled throughout the Empire during his reign, visited Claudiopolis twice, in 121 and 123 A.D.
Antinous, then supposed to be 14 years old,...