Apollo Citharoedus (1906)


Apollo Citharoedus (1906)


Apollo Citharoedus (also: Apollo Citharede), a colossal Roman marble statue showing the greek god Apollo with a cithara. In this case the sculptor is unknown, the statue dates back to the 2nd-century AD.


Artist:

unknown/anonymous

Date:

1906 or earlier

Original Size:

c. 23,3×18,8 cm

Original title/description:

Apollo Kitharöde.

Vatican.

Source:

taken from: Meisterwerke antiker Plastik. 30 Reproduktionen nach antiken Bildwerken in Rom. Berlin, Globus [1906].


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