Winged Nike (Victory) of Samothrace: Original artwork

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Winged Nike (Victory) of Samothrace: an original work of art by Aristi, featured in our "Art Gallery" page.


Artist This is an original work of art by Aristi, featured in our  gallery  page. Click for a short  bio  of the artist.
Media Carbon on canvas
Frame No
Frame dimensions -
Work dimensions height 100 cm
39.37 in
width 70 cm
27.56 in
Packaging The work will be removed from stretcher, rolled and shipped in a strong carton or plastic tube. Your local framer can easily and inexpensively stretch it for you or have it framed.
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Pictures See the main picture of this painting in the "More pictures" section. Please  contact  if you require larger or more detailed pictures of the work.
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The Winged Victory of Samothrace, also called the Nike of Samothrace, is a third century B.C. marble sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike (Victory). Since 1884, it has been prominently displayed at the Louvre and is one of the most celebrated sculptures in the world.

The product of an unknown sculptor, presumably of Rhodian origin, the Victory is believed to date to between 220 and 190 BC. Despite its significant damage and incompleteness, the Victory is held to be one of the great surviving masterpieces of sculpture from the Hellenistic period. The statue shows a mastery of form and movement which has impressed critics and artists since its discovery. It is particularly admired for its naturalism and for the fine rendering of the draped garments. It is considered one of the Louvre's greatest treasures, and it is today displayed in the most dramatic fashion, at the head of the sweeping Daru staircase. The loss of the head and arms, while regrettable in a sense, is held by many to enhance the statue's depiction of the supernatural.

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