Le Gladiator Borghese
By Agasias of Ephesus
Discovered in 1611, this coveted sculpture is so revered that it s moved through the collections of Napoleon, the House of Windsor and Jefferson's Monticello to the Louvre. Conjectured to represent Achilles at war with a mounted combatant, this almost foot-tall sculpture with muscular, outstretched arm effortlessly draws the eye across a museum-quality composition artistically cast in natural bonded marble.
8"Wx6"Dx10½"H. 3 lbs.
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