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The winged youth on the Boston Throne, below, can be seen to be very like the Hellenistic bronze, above right.
The Boston Throne may also be from Locri at this period. Eros is depicted as a young boy. However, the terracotta reliefs from BC found in the sanctuary of Persephone at Locrishow Eros as a young winged boy.
The Sculpture on the right is a Hellenistic bronze, dating from around BC. However, one of the main reasons for the suggestion that the Boston Throne is a Roman work is that its representation of Eros is more akin to that of Roman art than Greek.
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It is up to the viewer to decide if the winged youth on the Boston Throne relates to Roman or Locrian art. The tools used in the production of the Throne have been linked to those commonly in use at this period.
Vases contemporary to the Ludovisi Throne show Eros as as young man. The vase on bost left, an Attic white ground lekythos by Douris, dates from around BC, just slightly before the suggested date of manufacture of the Ludovisi Throne.
However, the stylistic and thematic links between The Ludovisi Throne obsto Locri would encourage the viewer to relate the Locrian Reliefs to the Boston Throne. All other photos are 9x12 and in some rare cases 8x12 - All photographs are ready to frame in standard frame sizes: 8x10, 8x12 or 9x Eros is clearly shown as fully grown young man.
Terras Date last modified: 18th April The theory that the Boston Throne is a work from the 1st century BC stems from the fact that many workshops in Rome at this time were assimilating Greek Art. To keep costs as low as possible, we do not measure and list each photo size. In the relief from Locri, below right, Eros, and a female possibly Psyche can be seen pulling a chariot gosto a female possibly Aphrodite or Persephone in the presence of Hermes.
It is not until the end of the great period of Greek art, BC, and in Hellenistic times, that Eros appears as the pudgy baby adopted by the Romans. It has been noted that the winged youth on the Boston Throne is more like Eros as perceived in the Hellenistic and Roman Classical periods than Eros in Greek art contemporary to that of the Ludovisi Throne. This is, of course, presuming that the winged youth is Eros.
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