Alexander the Great by Lysippos

Alexander the Great by Lysippos
  

Lysippos was the sculptor of Alexander the Great, which made numerous portraits. In them is the great Alexander as a good, kind, strong person, but at the same time, fierce, with that messy hair.
Alexander was an emperor of Macedonia, and reached even India. In the Greek Hellenism, the sculptures had pathos, patetism, emotion.
        The birth of Greek culture and art were born between the IX and VIII centuries before Christ on the peninsula of Attica, the Peloponnese peninsula, the peninsula on the west coast of Asia Minor and the Aegean islands. The importance of their art and culture is enormous.
  

            In conclusion, the Hellenistic emperors wanted to surround themselves with the best of their time, including artists. Alexander the Great chose Lysippos as his sculptor and Apelles as his painter.
          These sculptures are in the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

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