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Farnese Atlas

The Farnese Atlas, earliest idea of earth as a globe, and messages through visual mediums (sculpture) in Ancient Greece.

Untwisted Ropes Tacked to Gallery Walls Appear to Sprout like Trees  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/06/rope-installations-mello-landini/

Janiana Mello and Daniel Landini: Untwisted Ropes Tacked to Gallery Walls Appear to Sprout like Trees - or neurons

Atlas holding up the world. 12" Bronze metallic map desk top globe.

This detailed bronze resin replica globe illustrates the strength and grace with which Atlas accepts his challenge.

Atlas statue, New York City, Fifth Avenue: with Atlas Statue NYC

Atlas statue, Manhattan in New York City - a symbol of wealthy New York on Avenue- one of the most expensive streets in the world .

Bey Berk Atlas with Globe Bronze Cast Bookends

Bey Berk Atlas with Globe Bronze Cast Metal Bookends (Set of 2) (Brown)

Bey Berk Atlas w/Globe Bronzed Metal Bookends from Bey Berk International are the perfect gift, Bey Berk Bookends have a bronzed metal finish and a wood base.

Gaul Killing Himself and his Wife (The Ludovisi Gaul). Second century Roman copy after a Hellenistic original c. 230-220 BC. Museo Nazionale di Roma, Palazzo Altemps.

Roman Art Gaul killing himself and his wife Roman copy of a century BC statue from Pergamum Museo Nazionale Romano in the Palazzo Altemps, Rome

Hércules y el Cancerbero

Hercules final labor was to capture Cerberus, the three headed dog that guarded the underworld. Hercules got permission to take Cerberus from Hades, but Hades told him he could only have him if Hercules subdued him without using any weapons.

Faience winged goddess pectoral. Front view. Nubian. Napatan Period. Reign of Piankhy (Piye). 743–712 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Amulet of a winged goddess pectoral Nubian Napatan Period, reign of Piankhy (Piye) B.

David Goode - Small Ferry Man

Bronze Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor sculpture by artist David Goode titled: 'The Ferryman'