Jardin du Château d'Eu
Diane Chasseresse, Apollon du Belvédère et Diane de Gabies
Diana Huntress, Apollo of the Belvedere, and Diana of Gabies
Copies of statues from Classical Antiquity
Three reproductions of Classical statues, made of polymer resin:
- (South) Diane Chasseresse. Copy of a marble statue of the Greek goddess Artemis (Latin: Diana), with a deer, a Roman copy (1st or 2nd century AD) of a lost Greek bronze original attributed to Leochares, c. 325 BC (Musée du Louvre, Paris, Wikipedia).
(Ἄρτεμις) in Greek, or Diana, in Roman mythology, is the goddess of the hunt and moon and birthing, being associated with wild animals and woodland, and having the power to talk to and control animals
(Wikipedia: Artemis and Diana).
- (West) Apollon du Belvédère - Copy of a marble statue from Classical Antiquity of the Greek god Apollo, Greek god Apollo having shot a death-dealing arrow (Musée du Louvre, Paris, Wikipedia).
- (North) Diane de Gabies - "Diane de Gabies", statue found by G. Hamilton in 1792 in Gabies, Italy. Roman work in marble, dating to the imperial period (under Tiberius' reign, 14 - 37 AD) and copied after a Greek original showing probably the Greek goddess Artemis (Latin: Diana), usually attributed to Praxiteles (Musée du Louvre, Paris, Wikipedia).
Signed: musée / du louvre / reproduction / ateliers de / moulage
Location (N 50°2'57" - E 1°24'57")
Item Code: frhn005; Photograph: 27 August 2011
Of each statue we made photos from various angles and also detail photos of the various texts.
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