A stunning 20th century hand carved Replica of Greek Roman Marble Torso. Torso of a man in contrapposto. Engaged left leg. Clearly defined musculature with pronounced inguinal folds. Pubis articulated. Roman copy after a Greek statue type of the 5th century B.C. Shoulder mantle possibly an addition by the Roman copyist. Point of attachment for a support on the outer face of the left thigh. Hole for a tang towards the rear of the neck. The torso is carved from statutory marble on a travertine base.



Height: 56.7 in. (144 cm)

Width: 14.18 in. (36 cm)

Depth: 9.45 in. (24 cm)

20th Century Replica of Greek Roman Marble Torso