This art gallery is busts of different materials depicting many different Emperors of the Roman Empire. Though many of them are weathered I intend to show the artistry that went into these magnificent sculptures
Portrait of Julius Caesar, Unknown, 1st century B.C. - 1st century A.D., From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
Portrait of Julius Caesar is a bust of Julius Caesar. This is a very minimalist sculpture of Julius Caesar as there is not much detail. There is a good use of line where his hair meets his forehead.
Head of Emperor Caligula is a bust of Calugula. He has a serious intimidating look on his face and the sculptor really took time detailing the curls in his hair to make him look more good looking
Marble portrait of Julius Caesar, 50/50, From the collection of: British Museum
This is another portrait of Julius Caesar but this one is done in marble and appears to be when he is older since he doesn't have a full head of hair. The texture of this bust also appears to be very rough
Bronze head of a Roman Emperor, 1/99, From the collection of: British Museum
Bronze head of a Roman Emperor is a bust of an unknown Roman Emperor that is believed to be Nero. This sculpture also uses color to distinguish itself from the many other busts that were made at the time of Roman Emperors.
Julius Caesar is a bust of the person from which it was named. This sculpture has a great use of line particularly on the forehead it depicts. This helps show the age of the person for which it was made.
Emperor Augustus is a bust of the Roman Emperor it is named after. It too has a simplistic design choice and shows the emperor looking expressionless. It has a strong use of line to distinguish his hair from his skin.
The Green Caesar is a bust of Julius Caesar that appears to have a very smooth soft texture. It also uses color to it's advantage by making it such a distinct color as oppose to the usual white/yellow that most sculptures are