Greek and Roman Mythology - By Brandon

In this gallery you will see featured some sculptures of Greek and Roman God's and Goddess' (i.e. Zeus, Hercules, Neptune, etc.). It will vary different mediums as well ranging from stone, to metal, to bronze.

This is a statuette of Zeus, God of Thunder, you can Zeus wielding his lightning bolt which he used to carry out his divine will. This statue reflects my theme because Zeus was a Greek God.
This statue is of Hercules, Demi-God and Son of Zeus. This statue depicts Hercules' strong figure. This statue reflects my theme because Hercules was a Greek God.
This is a statue of Apollo, God of music. In this statue you can see Apollo holding his Lyre. This statue reflects my theme because Apollo was a Greek God.
This statue is of Cupid, God of Desire, and his mother Venus, Love Goddess. You can see cupid with his Bow and Arrow and tiny wings on his back. This statue reflects my theme because Venus was a Greek Goddess and Cupid was a Greek God.
This is a statue of Aprodite, Goddess of Love, desire and beauty, you can see her natural beauty that is depicted in this beautiful piece of work. This statue reflects my theme because Aphrodite was a Greek Goddess.
This statue is of Mercury, God of financial gain. Mercury is originally a Roman God but was syncretized into a Greek God. This statue reflects my theme because Hermes was a Greek God.
This is a statue bust of Ares, God of War. He was one of twelve Olympians and son to Zeus and Hera. This statue reflects my theme because Ares was a Greek God.
This statue bust is of Poseidon, who was also one of twelve Olympians. Also known as the God of the Sea, his main domain was the ocean. This statue reflects my theme because Poseidon was a Greek God.
This is a statue of Neptune, God of freshwater and Sea, he is of Roman decent and the counter-part to his Greek brother Poseidon. This statue reflects my theme because Neptune was a Roman God.
This is a statue of Hermes, God of commerce and son of Zeus and Maia. He is the Greek counter-part to Roman God, Mercury. This statue reflects my theme because Hermes was a Greek God.
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