Apollonius from Athens (the 1st century A.D.)

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Apollonius from Athens, Greek sculptor, lived in the 1st century A.D. He is known starting from the Renaissance epoch as an author of fragmentary marble statue named Torso del Belvedere (Vatican Museums). Basing on the signature and also for the stylistic motives to Apollonius is also attributed a famous bronze statue of Pugilatore (Boxer) (Museo Nazionale Romano).

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