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High quality reproduction. Printed on creator silk 300 g/m2 paper with excellent colors. Paper size 45×32 cm

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The Laocoön sculpture is a famous ancient Greek sculpture that depicts the Trojan priest Laocoön and his two sons being strangled by sea serpents. The sculpture is renowned for its dramatic and emotional depiction of the agony and suffering of the figures. Laocoön was a character from Greek mythology who was punished by the gods for warning the Trojans about the Trojan Horse.

The original Laocoön sculpture, believed to have been created in the 1st century BCE, has been lost to history. However, there are Roman copies of the sculpture that have survived. One of the most well-known Roman copies of the Laocoön group is on display at the Vatican Museums in Rome.

The sculpture is celebrated for its intricate detailing, the portrayal of human anatomy, and its ability to convey intense emotions. It has had a significant influence on Western art and has been admired and studied by artists, scholars, and art enthusiasts for centuries.


Print 45×32, Print included black frame, Print included wood frame

1 review for Laocoon

  1. finnandre

    Poor guy missing some pieces, but still amazing painting😃

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