This elegant cast stone bust is of Byron whom was famously described as being "mad bad and dangerous to know" by Lady Caroline Lamb. This bust of Byron is taken from a fine marble original carved by Edward Hodges Baily RA in c1826.
Septimius Severus (145-211 AD) was Roman Emperor from 193 AD. Severus was considered a strong, able ruler who sought glory through military exploits. These statues are made using cast limestone with a surface texture similar to that of portland stone.
Antoninus Pius, Roman Emperor from 138-161 AD, was the adoptive son and successor to Hadrian. He instigated the construction of the Antonine Wall between the Firths of Clyde and Forth.
Caesar Augustus (63BC - 14AD), was the first Emperor of the Roman Empire, ruling alone from 31 BC. This bust is replicated from a marble statue excavated in 1863 at Prima Porta near Rome and now displayed at the Vatican Museum.
From the full size Roman marble copy, after the ancient Greek statue depicting Diana the Huntress by Leochares. Prominently displayed at Fontainebleau in the sixteenth century, the original marble is now in the Louvre, Paris.
From the full size Roman marble copy, after the ancient Greek statue by Leochares embodying masculine beauty in all its plentitude, it is one of the most celebrated sculptures from classical antiquity. The original is in the Vatican Museum. Often paired with Diana Chasseresse.
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