Stone Composite Bust of Antinous Stone Composite Bust of Antinous

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Based on the marble from the Townley Collection, now housed in the British Museum, London, Circa 130 – 138 A.D....

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Based on the marble from the Townley Collection, now housed in the British Museum, London, Circa 130 – 138 A.D. Antinous was emperor Hadrian’s favourite, sculpted with ivy leaves and berries in his hair, in the guise of Bacchus, and with a downward gaze, foreboding his eventual early demise.

Cast in stone composite.  Please see our colour chart for available finishes. 

Based on the marble from the Townley Collection, now housed in the British Museum, London, Circa 130 – 138 A.D. Antinous was emperor Hadrian’s favourite, sculpted with ivy leaves and berries in his hair, in the guise of Bacchus, and with a downward gaze, foreboding his eventual early demise.

Cast in stone composite.  Please see our colour chart for available finishes. 

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