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A representation of Apollo holding his lyre in his left hand and pouring a libation with his right hand is attributed to Pistoxenos Painter. The inspiration came from a tondo on an attic white-ground kylix (vase) from Delphi, depicting Apollo, as the god of music and the arts who was often depicted playing his lyre. The relief representation is crafted by hand and is made of copper placed in a frame. 480 - 470 B.C., Delphi.
Dimensions: 25 cm x 25 cm x 4 cm
Handmade copper in wooden frame.
The well known gold jewelry "Bees" is a piece of a gold necklace that was found in the Necropolis of Malia, in Crete. A famous specimen of minoan art and a unique theme to decorate a wall in your house or office.
Dimensions: 27 cm x 27 cm x 4,5 cm
Gold-plated 24 carats relief plaque, mounted on a wooden frame with glass.
The gold jewelry "Bees", which is a piece of a gold necklace that was found in the Necropolis of Malia, in Crete. A famous specimen of minoan art and a unique theme to decorate a wall in your house or office.
Dimensions: 25 cm x 25 cm x 4,3 cm
Shiny Copper relief plaque, mounted on a wooden frame with glass.
Frame with detail of the famous "Bull leaping" fresco, found in the palace of Knossos in Crete. The fights with bulls were famous ritual sports in Minoan Crete.
Middle Minoan III - Late Minoan IB Era, 1600 B.C, Knossos, Crete.
Shiny Copper relief represenattion, mounted on a wooden frame with glass.
Detail of the famous "Bull leaping" fresco, found in the palace of Knossos in Crete. The fights with bulls were famous ritual sports in Minoan Crete. Middle Minoan III - Late Minoan IB Era, 1600 B.C, Knossos, Crete.
Handmade gold-plated 24 carats copper relief represenattion, in wooden frame.
Relief from a marble base of a kouros statue, with representation of a cat and dog fight. Found in the Themistoclean Wall in Athens.
510 BC, Kerameikos, Athens
Dimensions: 39 cm x 26,5 cm x 1,5 cm
Copper with natural oxidation, on linen passpartou, mounted on a wooden frame.
The javelin throw is a sport feature of the ancient Olympic Games and a part of the ancient Pentathlon. The depiction of the sport is inspired by the representation of the sport on an ancient red-figure kylix.
Dimensions: 14cm x 14cm x 2cm
Copper patinated plaque, plated in silver solution 999°, mounted on wodden frame.
The long jump is the only known jumping event of the original Olympics' pentathlon events. It was introduced in the Olympic Games in 708 B.C.. The depiction of the sport is inspired by the representation of the sport on an ancient black-figure kylix.
Ancient Olympia, Greece
Representation of Pankration. Relief from the base of a marble statue of Kouros, from the wall of Themistocles, in Kerameikos.
510 BC, Kerameikos, Athens.
Frame Dimensions: 39 cm x 26,5 cm x 1,5 cm
Copper with natural oxidation on linen passpartou with antique wooden picture frame.
Frame with detail of the "La Parisienne". The famous relief fresco, dating from about 1400 B.C. It was found at the Palace of Knossos.
1400 B.C., Knossos, Crete.
Copper in a white wooden frame with glass.
The stadion race was one of the several running events in Ancient Olympia and the first and only event in the ancient Olympic Games, until 728 B.C.. The depiction of the sport is inspired by the representation of a running race on an ancient panathenaic amphora.
"Pentathlon", was a sport feature that included five events, jumping, discus, runnning, javelin, wrestling in the Olympic Games in Ancient Olympia.
Frame Dimensions: 39 cm x 39 cm x 1,5 cm
Silver-plated copper with patina, on linen paspartou with wooden aged frame.
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