• female statue from Greek mythology
  • female statue from Greek mythology

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White marble sculpture of Ariadne

Description

Ariadne, a figure from Greek mythology, who is often associated with vines and grapes, symbolizes her connection to the god Dionysus (Bacchus in Roman mythology), the god of wine. In myth, Dionysus finds Ariadne sleeping on the island of Naxos and marries her. She is sometimes shown in art with grapevines in her hair or with attributes that associate her with Dionysus and his retinue.

The playful and dynamic pose, along with the grapevines, is typical of the celebratory and ecstatic themes associated with Dionysian art. Ariadne is frequently depicted in a joyful manner, celebrating the abundance and regenerative power of nature, which Dionysus embodies.

Features

Female garden marble statue from Greek mythology

Customized white marble sculpture of Ariadne

Product No: S001_15

Description

Ariadne, a figure from Greek mythology, who is often associated with vines and grapes, symbolizes her connection to the god Dionysus (Bacchus in Roman mythology), the god of wine. In myth, Dionysus finds Ariadne sleeping on the island of Naxos and marries her. She is sometimes shown in art with grapevines in her hair or with attributes that associate her with Dionysus and his retinue.

The playful and dynamic pose, along with the grapevines, is typical of the celebratory and ecstatic themes associated with Dionysian art. Ariadne is frequently depicted in a joyful manner, celebrating the abundance and regenerative power of nature, which Dionysus embodies.

Features

Female garden marble statue from Greek mythology

Customized white marble sculpture of Ariadne

Product No: S001_15

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