Belvedere Torso (reduction) - Item #137
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The original is a marble sculpture of a male nude torso signed by the Athenian sculptor Apollonius, the son of Nestor and was long thought to be a 1st-century-B.C.E. original. It is now believed that Apollonius copied a 2nd century original. The torso had much influence on late renaissance, early baroque sculptors and was much studied by the likes of Michelangelo.
Museum: Pio Clementine Museum, Vatican City
Time Period: Greek1911 Catalog ID # - 3600