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Marble Collection

Marble, a timeless medium that has captivated artists and sculptors throughout history

Background imageMarble Collection: Northern Trust Company Bank, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Northern Trust Company Bank, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Northern Trust Company Bank, La Salle and Monroe Streets, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageMarble Collection: COLORADO RIVER. Noon Day Rest in Marble Canyon. Wood engraving, 1870

COLORADO RIVER. Noon Day Rest in Marble Canyon. Wood engraving, 1870

Background imageMarble Collection: Bust of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)

Bust of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)
Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD). Roman emperor. Roman bust. Marble. From Kandilli, Lamunia (Bozhoyuk). Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageMarble Collection: BERNINI, Giovanni Lorenzo (1598-1680). David

BERNINI, Giovanni Lorenzo (1598-1680). David. 1623-1624. Baroque art. Sculpture on marble. ITALY. Rome. Borghese Gallery and Museum

Background imageMarble Collection: Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace

Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace
Greek art. Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace. 2nd century BC. Marble. Sculpture of the greek goodess Nike (Victory). Museum of Louvre. Paris

Background imageMarble Collection: The Pazzi Madonna (Virgin and Child) Marble, c1417-18. Donatello (c1386-1466) Florentine sculptor

The Pazzi Madonna (Virgin and Child) Marble, c1417-18. Donatello (c1386-1466) Florentine sculptor. Italian

Background imageMarble Collection: BERNINI, Giovanni Lorenzo (1598-1680). Pluto

BERNINI, Giovanni Lorenzo (1598-1680). Pluto and Proserpina. 1621-1622. Baroque art. Sculpture on marble. ITALY. Rome. Borghese Gallery and Museum

Background imageMarble Collection: Michelangelo (1475-1564). Pieta. 1498-1499. Renaissance

Michelangelo (1475-1564). Pieta. 1498-1499. Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Sculpture on marble. VATICAN CITY. Saint Peters Basilica

Background imageMarble Collection: Ares and Aphrodite. Greek art

Ares and Aphrodite. Greek art
Votive relief dedicated to Ares and Aphrodite. 5th c.BC. Classical Greek art. Relief on marble. ITALY. VENETO. Venice. Archaeological Museum

Background imageMarble Collection: Barga, Italy

Barga, Italy
Barga. View from the mediaeval Tuscan town of Barga across the Serchio river valley, towards the summit of Pania Secca (1171 metres) in the Apuan Alps, Italy

Background imageMarble Collection: India, Punjab, Amritsar, - Golden Temple, The Harmandir Sahib, Amrit Sagar - lake

India, Punjab, Amritsar, - Golden Temple, The Harmandir Sahib, Amrit Sagar - lake of Nectar

Background imageMarble Collection: Roman statue of Asclepius

Roman statue of Asclepius. The cult of the deity of Greek medicine, known as Asclepius, dates from the 6th century BC. Asclepius is represented in statues holding a staff around which a serpent

Background imageMarble Collection: Roman Art. Marphurius or Marforio. Marble. Capitoline Museum

Roman Art. Marphurius or Marforio. Marble. Capitoline Museum
Roman Art. Marphurius or Marforio. One of the talking statues of Rome. 1st century A.D. Marble sculpture depicting a reclining bearded river god or Oceanus. Capitoline Museums. Rome. Italy

Background imageMarble Collection: Pergamon Altar. Athena against the giant Alcyoneus

Pergamon Altar. Athena against the giant Alcyoneus
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC by artists of the school of Pergamon. Marble and limestone. East frieze. Gigantomachy. Struggle between gods and giants

Background imageMarble Collection: Michelangelo (1475-1564). Madonna of Bruges

Michelangelo (1475-1564). Madonna of Bruges. 1501 - 1504. BELGIUM. Bruges. Church of Our Lady. Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Sculpture on marble

Background imageMarble Collection: Statue of St. Andrew in St. Peters Basilica, Vatican, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe

Statue of St. Andrew in St. Peters Basilica, Vatican, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe

Background imageMarble Collection: Statue of Nike by Paionios - Olympia, Greece

Statue of Nike by Paionios - Olympia, Greece
Reconstruction of a Statue of Nike (Goddess of Victory), originally by Paionios - Olympia, Greece (425420 BC). The statue originally stood near the temple of Zeus on a triangular 6-metre high pillar

Background imageMarble Collection: Marble Hill, County Donegal by P O Toole

Marble Hill, County Donegal by P O Toole
Marble Hill, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland by P O Toole

Background imageMarble Collection: The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London

The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London
Board-mounted promotional poster for The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London - designed and erected under the personal superintendence of Mr. H. H. Bridgeman ARIBA Arch

Background imageMarble Collection: Metope. Parthenon marbles depicting part of the batlle betwe

Metope. Parthenon marbles depicting part of the batlle betwe
South metope XXX. Parthenon marbles depicting part of the batlle between the Centaurs and the Lapiths. 5th c. BC. Athens. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageMarble Collection: Pergamon Altar. Hecate fighting against the giant Klytios ne

Pergamon Altar. Hecate fighting against the giant Klytios ne
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC. Marble and limestone. Gigantomachy. South frieze. The three-faceted goddess Hecate fighting with a torch

Background imageMarble Collection: Augustus Prima Porta. Vatican Museums

Augustus Prima Porta. Vatican Museums
Augustus (61 BC-14 AD). First roman emperor. Marble statue of Augustus of Prima Porta. (1st century) in the role of commander of the army. Vatican Museums. Vatican City State

Background imageMarble Collection: Holy Sacrament monstrance in St. John the Baptist church, Xewkija, Gozo, Malta, Europe

Holy Sacrament monstrance in St. John the Baptist church, Xewkija, Gozo, Malta, Europe

Background imageMarble Collection: Hermes and the Infant Dionysus

Hermes and the Infant Dionysus
Antique illustration of a Hermes and the Infant Dionysus

Background imageMarble Collection: Illustration of ancient East African city of Axum showing people working marble in the foreground

Illustration of ancient East African city of Axum showing people working marble in the foreground, conical grass huts, and royal palace in background

Background imageMarble Collection: Painted Murals And Frescoes Inside A Room At The Ancient Roman Ruins At Herculaneum (Ercolano)

Painted Murals And Frescoes Inside A Room At The Ancient Roman Ruins At Herculaneum (Ercolano), Campania, Italy
Located in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, Herculaneum (Ercolano) was an ancient Roman town destroyed by volcanic pyroclastic flows in 79 AD

Background imageMarble Collection: Detail of Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune, from Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey

Detail of Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune, from Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune. From Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey. Detail

Background imageMarble Collection: Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun, Roman marble copy

Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun, Roman marble copy
Greek civilization, 3rd century. Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun. Roman marble copy

Background imageMarble Collection: POLYCLITUS 5th c. BC). Doryphoros. 440 - 430

POLYCLITUS 5th c. BC). Doryphoros. 440 - 430 BC. Roman copy (1st c.). Roman art. Early Empire.; Classical Greek art. Sculpture on marble. ITALY. Naples. National Museum of Archaeology

Background imageMarble Collection: Marble statue of Hermes by Praxiteles I

Marble statue of Hermes by Praxiteles I
Close-up of the marble statue of Hermes bearing the infant Dionysus by Praxiteles I of Athens, the son of Cephisodotus the Elder and one of the foremost Attic Sculptors. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMarble Collection: General view of The Forum, Rome, Italy

General view of The Forum, Rome, Italy
General view of the Roman Forum, or Forum Romanum, in Rome, Italy. In the middle distance is the triumphal Arch of Septimius Severus, in white marble

Background imageMarble Collection: Bust of Cicero

Bust of Cicero
Bust of Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 BC-46 BC) - a Roman philosopher, politician, lawyer, orator, political theorist, consul, and constitutionalist. Bust in the Capitoline Museum, Rome, Italy

Background imageMarble Collection: Socrates (c 469399 BC). Classical Greek Athenian philosophe

Socrates (c 469399 BC). Classical Greek Athenian philosophe
Socrates (c.469-399 BC). Classical Greek Athenian philosopher. Bust. Found at Piazza Venezia. 1st. century. Pentelic marble. Palazzo Massimo. National Roman Museum. Rome. Italy

Background imageMarble Collection: Paris, France - Champs-Elysees, The Paiva Mansion

Paris, France - Champs-Elysees, The Paiva Mansion. Date: 1902

Background imageMarble Collection: Asclepius. 4th c. BC. Classical Greek art. Sculpture

Asclepius. 4th c. BC. Classical Greek art. Sculpture on marble. GREECE. Epidaurus. Archaeological Museum of Epidaurus

Background imageMarble Collection: Historic, Sculpture

Historic, Sculpture
Antinous (110-130). Member of the Roman Emperor Hadrians entourage, to whom he was beloved. Bust. Marble. Dated 130-138. Found in Patras. National Archaeological Museum. Athens, Greece

Background imageMarble Collection: Discus thrower statue

Discus thrower statue
Statue of a discus thrower (discobolus). Marble statue in the Vatican Museums, Italy, depicting a nude, male athlete preparing to throw a discus

Background imageMarble Collection: Taj Mahal, Built by Shah Jahan in memory of Mumtaz Mahal (his wife). Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Taj Mahal, Built by Shah Jahan in memory of Mumtaz Mahal (his wife). Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Background imageMarble Collection: Art Deco Bathroom

Art Deco Bathroom
Luxury Art Deco en suite bathroom in various types of marble, with a built-in bathroom cabinet, heated towel rail and stylish taps and fittings

Background imageMarble Collection: Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep, from Rome, Baths of Diocletian

Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep, from Rome, Baths of Diocletian
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep. From Rome, Baths of Diocletian

Background imageMarble Collection: God Asclepius accompanied by his children before a family of devotees, votive marble relief

God Asclepius accompanied by his children before a family of devotees, votive marble relief
Greek civilization, 4th century b.C. God Asclepius accompanied by his children before a family of devotees. Votive marble relief

Background imageMarble Collection: Hall in the Alexander Palace, Tsarskoe-selo

Hall in the Alexander Palace, Tsarskoe-selo
The semi-circular hall where the imperial prisoners assembled for their outings, and on their departure for Tobolsk

Background imageMarble Collection: Statue of Abraham Lincoln

Statue of Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, USA

Background imageMarble Collection: Blocks being cut in a marble quarry used by Michaelangelo, Apuan Alps, Tuscany

Blocks being cut in a marble quarry used by Michaelangelo, Apuan Alps, Tuscany, Italy, Europe

Background imageMarble Collection: Slab commemorating Pope Benedict XVIs visit to Marienplatz, Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Slab commemorating Pope Benedict XVIs visit to Marienplatz, Munich, Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Background imageMarble Collection: The Tempio Malatestiano, Rimini, Romagna, Italy

The Tempio Malatestiano, Rimini, Romagna, Italy
The Tempio Malatestiano (Italian Malatesta Temple) - the cathedral church of Rimini, Italy. The upper part of the facade, which was supposed to include a gable end, was never finished Date: 1903

Background imageMarble Collection: Bust of Vespasian

Bust of Vespasian. Sculpture on marble

Background imageMarble Collection: Side view of the Duomo of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence

Side view of the Duomo of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence Florence Church Gothic, Middle Ages, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D.. Date of Photograph:1855 ca.. Date of Artwork:1296 -1468



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Marble, a timeless medium that has captivated artists and sculptors throughout history. From the intricate details of the Bust of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius to the delicate beauty of Michelangelo's Pieta, it has been transformed into masterpieces that continue to awe us. The Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace stands proudly, its flowing drapery frozen in time, showcasing the skill and artistry involved in carving this magnificent sculpture. Similarly, The Pazzi Madonna by Donatello exudes grace and elegance as it depicts the Virgin and Child in flawless white marble. Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini's Pluto captures a moment frozen in eternity - a testament to his ability to breathe life into stone. Meanwhile, Michelangelo's David stands tall with every muscle meticulously carved, embodying strength and perfection. In Barga, Italy, marble adorns buildings with its ethereal beauty - a reminder of its versatility beyond sculptures. And speaking of Michelangelo again, his Madonna of Bruges enchants viewers with her serene expression and tender embrace. Bernini returns with another masterpiece - his rendition of David showcases not only his technical prowess but also an emotional depth rarely seen in stone. Auguste Rodin's The Kiss evokes passion and intimacy through its smooth marble forms locked together forever. From India's Golden Temple shimmering on Amrit Sagar lake to Malta's St. John the Baptist church adorned with a Holy Sacrament monstrance made from precious marble; these architectural wonders remind us how this material can elevate sacred spaces. Marble is more than just rock; it is an embodiment of human creativity and ingenuity. Its enduring allure continues to inspire generations as we marvel at what can be achieved when talent meets this remarkable stone.