The Popular One-RaeAnna Speights

This gallery includes sculptures of the the popular Greek God "Apollo" and the stories surrounding him.  Apollo was also considered as the god of healing and medicine, either through himself or through his son Asclepius.

This statue depiction of the Greek God Apollo can be found at Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien. This statue has been wonderfully crafted and detailed; beautifully made from bronze. This work of art shows movement and expression of Apollo's character, and also details his physique, which seems to show he was extremely fit.
This sculpture of the depiction of the head of Apollo was created between 100 AD-200 AD and was created using marble. It's age can be seen from the missing pieces of the sculpture an the discoloration. Here you can see details of Apollo’s facials features, his strong cheekbones, and his curly hair. This sculpture depicts Apollo smiling which can tell the story of him being contempt with his life.
This is a statue of Apollo holing his hand out. This explains another part of Apollo's story, as he was the God of healing and medicine. In this statue, the artist paid attention to the detail of his physique, reaffirming the need to be healthy as a God of medicine and healing. This artwork depicts Apollo as caring, gracious and powerful.
This depiction of Apollo is much different than most cultures you may find. Here his face is not as chiseled as many other statues show. His physical features on this statue are not as muscular as you may find on other sculptures.
This is a sculpture of what can be described as Apollo's throne The artwork is on the throne is detailed and crafted perfectly, and this piece shows how powerful Apollo can be. The snake on the throne could represent the artwork on the throne, or a actual snake by Apollo's side. It has been said that Apollo can also bring about disease and plague, along with healing.
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