Beautiful copy of the panel from the Temple of Athena Nike in the Acropolis of Athens. Nike, the goddess of Victory, relaxes to tighten her sandal. This marble work is an typical example of the new artistic developments that, after having mastered the human anatomy, seek to use the figure as an expressive way, exhibiting attitudes and introducing on sculptures transparent fabrics, as a novelty. The original work, in marble, belongs to the Acropolis Museum (Athens). This relief arrived for the first time to Spain in 1872 in the expedition of the frigate Arapiles.
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|Título||Relieve original de exterior Niike desatándose una sandalia 54 x 14 x 90H cm 30 kg|
|Medidas||54 x 14 x 90H cm|
|More Information||Finish in aged marble of the original work.|
|Warning||The reproduction of this object has been made with traditional methods of casting. Being a completely handcrafted process the finish or the final appearance of the pieces may not be exactly the same as the one shown in the images.|