Farnese Hercules at Rest from Naples Museum 13H - TAL323 -
Resting is a rare occurrence for the mythological hero Hercules, but here he leans wearily after completing his Twelve Labors. From the Museo Nazionale in Naples, Italy c. 200, the Farnese Hercules (named after its most famous owner) has an immense physical form modeled after the idealism of classical Greek heroes.
Made from bonded carrara marble, black marble base, imported from Italy, 13 in H x 5 in W x 4 in D.
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