The pinnacle of masculine beauty, God Apollo exists in both Roman and Greek mythology. His masculine beauty is famously depicted through the “Apollo Belvedere” sculpture. Currently in the Vatican museum, this statue is one of the most famous sculptures from antiquity, prominent for its so-called contrapposto stance, or a counter-pose resting on one leg.
Apollo Belvedere statue by Karara Mujassme represents the charming posture and serene presence which can draw in anyone’s attention.
Using the finest technique this statue is skilfully carved showing the complex contrapposto stance. Apollo’s left leg is a little bent with the body weight balanced on the right leg creating the counter-pose. The cloak draped over the shoulders and left arm of Apollo accentuates his glowing, youthful stature and the look of purity and aristocracy. The serpent creeping up the tree on his right side symbolizes the power of darkness overpowered by the god.
The white marble stone further adds to Apollo’s beauty and radiance. Highly durable this statue by Karara Mujassme represents the masculinity in all its grace.
Perfect for home and garden decor, this “Apollo Belvedere” statue symbolizes the ethics of classical art.
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