Romantic marble Sculptures Pygmalion and Galatea

Romantic marble Sculptures Pygmalion and Galatea

NO.: AKCC-136

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




We hope that every marble figure sculpture we customize can show the romantic story behind it. This marble Sculptures Pygmalion and Galatea is the beauty of sculpting love, a beautiful woman with curly hair all over her head, standing there tenderly. A young man got down on one knee and wooed her. Marble Sculptures Pygmalion and Galatea There is also a lovely child kissing the woman’s hand beside the woman. The eye contact of the characters, and the tender and delicate portrayal make us feel the touching story. In ancient Greece, there was a highly skilled sculptor named Pygmalion. He used a piece of ivory as white as jade to carve a beautiful girl Galatea, deeper than Malone. Falling in love with her, I prayed to God day and night to turn the statue into a real maiden and become a lifelong partner with him. In the end, with sincerity, God was moved by Bimaron’s infatuation, so he turned the statue into a maiden, Bimaron and Gala Tia is finally married.

Marble Sculptures Pygmalion and Galatea The overall image of the goddess has a sculptural charm, a plump figure and a good reflection of the line beauty that this part should have. According to Greek mythology, Pygmalion was the king of Cyprus who was in love with a statue of the goddess Aphrodite. This legend was later adapted and developed by the Roman poet Ovid’s masterpiece “The Metamorphoses”, creating a more popular story Marble Sculptures Pygmalion and Galatea: the sculptor Pygmalion created an ivory representing the ideal woman in his heart statue. He compared this female statue to the mythical sea goddess Galatea, and gradually developed a love for his work. The goddess Venus, feeling the sincere love of the sculptor, promised to give life to the statue. This is the story behind marble Sculptures Pygmalion and Galatea.


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