Seated Metrodorus at The Louvre, Paris
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This sculpture appears to be an adaption of a portrait of a seated Socrates, familiarised by other replica sculptures and frescos by the painter Éphese. Attributed to Lypsippe (circa 370-300 BC) the lost original which these copies are inspired by. This variant can serve as a model of the epic philosopher Metrodorus (330-277 BC). It was sculpted in Rome.
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- Publication date: 2018/09/21 at 10:02
For all the lovers of the Louvre and Paris, here are some 3D print files from the collections of this magnificent museum.
I love the Louvre and I am very happy to share with you these beautiful works of art so you can 3D print them.
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