...and each portrait got crazier!
The story was most commonly depicted as a variation of a 4th century B.C.E. statue attributed to the Greek sculptor Timotheos
The drawing was presented to his family
And it's not the first time it happens...
The gallery questioned whether, in today’s political climate, the imagery may be offensive to contemporary audiences
She allegedly “threw liquid on the paintings and threw the sculptures”
Humans were always captivated by the depiction of forms
Highlights include paintings by Solomos Frangoulidis, Christoforos Savva, Polikleitos Rengos, Michael Kashalos
Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi went to auction Wednesday night at Christie’s in New York,
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