Greek myth marble laocoon and his sons sculpture

Greek myth marble laocoon and his sons sculpture

NO.: AKCC-157

Size: Lifesize / Custom Made Size

Material: Natural Marble / Stone / Granite

Surface: Carved

Package: Wooden Batten box

Suitable: Amusement park, Theme park, Garden, Restaurant, Playground, Public Area, Garden, Indoor & Outdoor, etc




The content of laocoon and his sons sculpture is based on the story of the battle of Troy in Greek mythology. Because Laocoon warned the Trojans not to drag the Trojan horse into Troy, he was bitten to death by a giant snake sent by the Greek protector. To strangle Laocoon and his sons, one snake was caught in the chest of the younger son, and another snake was wrapped around the thigh of the father. laocoon and his sons sculpture Laocoon’s head is thrown back, his lips are slightly parted, and his face is deformed by pain. The eldest son, who was also entangled in snakes, looked at his father in despair. The movement of all the muscles in their bodies has reached its limit, even to the point of spasm, showing strength and extreme tension in a state of pain and resistance. Looking at this group of laocoon and his sons sculpture, people seem to be able to feel the pain flowing through the nerves of the whole body, and they also become tense unconsciously. The tragic conflict between man and god conveyed by laocoon and his sons sculpture makes it rich with eternal value that transcends time and space.

In the modeling of laocoon and his sons sculpture, the accurate grasp of human anatomical relationship, the vivid depiction of dynamic expressions, and the degree of relaxation of image organization. The sculptor carefully arranged it into a pyramid shape, making the whole group stable and varied. The movements, gestures and expressions of Laocoon and his two sons echo each other, with distinct layers, fully embodying the harmony of distortion and beauty, showing the extraordinary imagination of the sculptor. laocoon and his sons sculpture Laocoon did not struggle extremely, but only showed a resolute sternness, his face was contorted with pain, but he did not shout, he was not clothed, and the python did not entangle his entire body. In order to express the highest level of beauty under the given physical pain, the sculptor has to dilute the physical pain. laocoon and his sons sculpture convey their inner restraint through their posture and expression, which is magnanimous, without complaints and no regrets. This kind of treatment avoids the uncomfortable feeling of terror and bloated, and makes the whole laocoon and his sons sculpture have a calm, solemn and solemn style.


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