The Dying Gaul – Capitoline Museums, Rome, ItalyThe marble sculpture is thought to be a Roman copy of a Hellenistic bronze piece that was created near the end of the 3rd century BC. The figure is depicted as a fallen Celtic soldier, slumped over his shield in battle. The piece has been endlessly copied by artists attempting to mimic the same level of emotion apparent in the expression and form. It has become widely known as a perfect emotional portrayal of the acceptance of death in a soldier, and the tragic reality of war. For any statue customized, please feel free to contact with You Fine.
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Post time: 2019-04-25