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R. L. Weigl, Wiener Bildhauer um 1900, Herakles trägt den Erymanthischen Eber,Bronze, dunkelbraun p — Skulpturen, Plastiken, Installationen, Bronzen, Relief

Georges GARDET (1863-1939) Gr. BRONZE Skulptur Figur Tiger in den Ruinen 1900

Italian Renaissance and Baroque Bronze Sculpture from the Robert Lehman Collection

Moreau, Hippolyte: Sitzendes Mädchen. Bronze patiniert, bezeichnet, Gießer- Marke "R. Bellair & Co

Carrier-Belleuse, Adrien-Etienne 1845 - 1902 La liseuse. Bronze. Signiert. H 38 cm — Skulpturen, Möbel, Kunsthandwerk

Орехи.ТВ - Группа «Искусство и культура» A Classical-style bronze figure of a Woman Seated and Pointing at a Globe after Pierre Eugene Emile Hebert (1828 to 1893)


According to the myth, a giant, savage boar lived on Mount Erymanthos. Capturing the Erymanthian boar was the fourth task. Hercules chased the animal into deep snow on the mountain and subdued it with his superhuman strength. When he carried the beast back to Argos, the king was so terrified of it that he hid inside a huge storage jar. The scene is represented on a rare bronze drachm of Alexandria struck about 146 CE under the emperor Antoninus Pius.

Heracles and the Erymanthian Boar (and yes, Eurystheus hiding in a bronze jar). Bronze statuettes

Marble relief with Herakles carrying the Erymanthian Boar. Period: Augustan or Julio-Claudian Date: 27 B.C.–A.D. 68. Culture: Roman. Large marble reliefs of this type were set into walls as decoration. Many figures were shown in an archaistic style, reinterpreting the stiff appearance of early Greek art in a highly sophisticated and decorative manner. In this relief, Herakles carries the wild boar he was obliged to capture alive as one of the twelve labors imposed by Eurystheus, ruler of…

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