Roman Statue on Acrylic Fridge Magnet
The Roman Statue was mostly inspired by the Greeks at its early stage of development. The Statue indicates famous scholars, writers as well as religious figures and kings. The fridge magnet of the Roman statue has acrylic finishing which makes the statue smooth and attractive to look at. You can put it on your fridge or can gift it to your loved ones to make them realize the beauty of Roman history and its glory.
History of Roman Statue
The initial Roman Statues were developed in the form of small stories on important buildings of the city. These statues were inspired by the Greek style of architecture and mostly indicated the power structure of the government with the king at the top. For a very long time, the Roman statues were nothing but a replica of the Greeks but as they won battles and brought more area under their influence, new, more talented artists began to emerge. In the late 5th century, the Romans began to develop individual statues of heroes of wars and the kings known as Portraiture.
Subject of Roman Statue
The main area of focus for the new artists were the Gods and the power that they had; for this reason most of the fountains and parks in Rome consists of a huge Roman statue of the God of Sea, the God of Sun and other such figures. Each statue tells a complete story and has a deeper meaning to it than just what is visible. The Roman artists paid great attention to small details in their statues and to this day, they are an inspiration for the youngster interested in arts.