Belvedere Apollo


Lost-wax casting of bronze statuary sculpture molded from the original by Fonderia Artistica Ferdinando Marinelli
Work in a limited edition
Height: 6′ 10.7″


Is a famous statue of the post-Hellenistic period (second half of the II centuty b.C.).
Is a Roman marble copy of the Greek original bronze created between 350 and 325 b.C. by the sculptor Leocrates. Was dug in the center of Italy (Latium) during the XV century, taken in the Vatican Cortile del Belvedere and finally inside the Vatican Museum.
The mold used to execute the bronze work using the lost-wax casting process was produced directly in the Vatican in 1932 by Ferdinando Marinelli Sr., and is currently in the collection of the Fonderia Artistica Ferdinando Marinelli

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