As the Greek goddess of love, desire, and beauty, Aphrodite was seen as the most beautiful and desirable woman in existence. Here, the Aphrodite Statue captures the idea that among the goddesses, none were as beautiful as Aphrodite.
In Greek Mythology, Athena is the goddess of civilization, wisdom, strength, strategy, craft, justice, and skill. Her Roman incarnation embodies similar attributes. The Athena Statue depicts this goddess in fantastic warrior glory.
In Greek mythology, Atlas was the primordial Titan who supported the Heavens from the ranges now called the Atlas Mountains. The Bronze Atlas Statue depicts the mythical figure holding the sphere of the sky on his shoulders.
The Odin Bust Statue represents the chief god in Norse Mythology and the ruler of the Asgard. His role is complex and he is considered a principal member of the Norse Pantheon. He is associated with wisdom, war, battle, and death.
In Greek Mythology, Centaurs are a race of creatures composed of part human and part horse. This statue is made of cold cast bronze and measures 11.38 inches. The Centaur Statue would make a great gift for any mythology buff.
This elegant, cold cast resin statue is a replica of the famous Nike of Samothrace, a 2nd century B.C. marble sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike.
In Roman Mythology Diana was the goddess of the hunt, which made associated her with wild animals and woodland, and also the moon. She was known to be the virgin goddess. Oak groves were sacred to her. This statue measures 10.25 inches.
Not only is he perhaps one of the most recognized satyrs in mythology, but Pan is recognized as a Greek god of the wilds and of rustic music. In the Pan Statue, the half man, half goat sits atop a stump, pipes held securely in hand.
The Norse pantheon is rich with gods, each of whom plays an important role. None, though, can boast such importance as the god depicted in this Norse God - Odin Statue, as Odin is the ruler of the Aesir and the Vanir pantheons.
In Greek Mythology, Hera is the wife and one of three sisters of Zeus. Her chief position is the goddess of women and marriage. The peacock is sacred to her. Daughter of Rhea and Cronus, she is portrayed as majestic and solemn.
The Valkyrie Bust statue represents the chooser of the slain from Norse mythology. The Valkyrie is one of a host of female figures who decides who will die in battle. The Valkyries bring their chosen to the afterlife hall of the slain.
An important Olympian deity, Apollo was recognized as the god of many things, including the sun, truth, archery, medicine, the arts, and more. The Apollo Statue depicts the Greek god in phenomenal detail within a scene from myth.
In Greek mythology, Medusa was a gorgon. Gazing directly upon her would turn onlookers to stone. She was beheaded by Perseus, who thereafter used her head as a weapon. This statue is made of cold cast bronze and measures 10.63 inches.
Thor is the red-haired god of thunder in Norse and Germanic Mythology. He was a much revered god of the ancient Germanic peoples. This statue measures 10.5 inches and is made of cold cast bronze. The Thor Statue would make a great gift for anyone.
Artemis was one of the most widely venerated of the Ancient Greek deities. The Artemis Statue depicts the Hellenic goddess of the hunt, wild animals, wilderness, young girls, and the health of women using beautiful cold cast bronze.
This Seated Odin Statue has the look of Norse craftsmanship. Its overall detailing and wooden finish make it seem very much as though it were carved from a block of wood, which makes it a rather desirable piece for any enthusiasts.
In Greek mythology, Atlas was the primordial Titan who supported the Heavens from the ranges now called the Atlas Mountains. The Atlas Statue depicts this famous Titan burdened by his task in beautiful white cold cast resin.
Hermes is the great messenger of the gods in Greek mythology and also a guide to the Underworld. He was an Olympian. His symbols include the tortoise, rooster, winged sandals, and a winged hat. This statue is made of cold cast bronze.
Depicting the ruling god of Norse mythology, the Seated Odin Statue depicts a wizened yet powerful man as he sits on a simple throne, accompanied by a loyal hound at his side and a single raven perched upon his shoulder.
The son of Zeus and Leto and twin brother to Artemis, Apollo is one of the most important and diverse of the Olympian deities. The Apollo Profile Statue depicts the Greek god in stunning, hand painted detail on cold cast bronze.
The Bronze Loki Statue depicts the complex god from ancient Norse mythology with two of his most fearsome children. Often viewed as a trickster and a villain, Loki is here shown armed with a halberd and dressed in full armour.
Lady Justice is an allegorical personification of the impartial moral force of justice in the legal system. In the White Stone Seated Justice Statue, Lady Justice sits, blindfolded, with her sword and scales in hand.
In Greek mythos, Zeus is the son of Cronus and Rhea, the god and ruler of the sky, and the king of the gods. Here, in the Bronze Zeus Statue, he is shown in a traditional battle pose, muscles taut and arm drawn back, ready to strike.
In Norse mythology, Ragnarok is the last battle that reduces the world to ash. During the battle, Thor is fated to fight his greatest enemy, the world serpent Jormungandr. This epic battle is depicted in the Battling Thor Statue.
As the Greek goddess of love and desire, Aphrodite is associated with the pursuit of love and beauty. In the Bronze Aphrodite Statue, she is pictured as a lovely young woman who stands tall and serene while the wind plays with her hair.
In Norse mythology, the god Heimdall was tasked with an important duty. In the Heimdall Statue, the god is depicted with a powerful axe in hand and his magnificent horn, Gallarhorn, brought to his mouth to sound a loud, clear note.
Freyr was a god in Norse mythology who was associated with farming and weather. In the Freyr Statue, he is depicted in a more warlike appearance, befitting his other title as the one who bestows peace and pleasure on mortals.
Odin possessed many animal companions, including ravens and hunting hounds, but none were grander than his mighty steed, Sleipnir. In the Odin and Sleipnir Statue, the pair is depicted as Odin gives a cry while riding off to war.
One of the choosers of the slain from Norse Mythology, a Valkyrie is shown in the Standing Valkyrie Statue. Depicted as a young woman dressed for battle, the Valkyrie decides who dies in battle, then bears the dead to the afterlife.
Herne the Hunter is a ghost associated with Windsor Forest in England. The Herne Statue depicts the appearance that is commonly associated with this great hunter - a strong man with ragged deer antlers growing from his head.
There is not a more well-known Norse god than Thor, the god of lightning, thunder, and strength. In the Bronze Thor Attacks Statue, this famous son of Odin charges across the ground, swinging his mighty hammer in a wide arc.
Thor is a well-known god from Norse mythology. He is the son of Odin and is associated with thunder, storms, and strength. He is also well-known as the wielder of the hammer, Mjolnir. He is depicted in the Thor Bust Statue.
Having arisen from her place of rest, the Standing Lady Justice Statue depicts a blindfolded young woman who wields a scale and a sword in her attempt to seek true justice, absolving the innocent while punishing the guilty.
As queen of the gods and wife to Odin, Frigga was the foremost of goddesses in Norse mythology. In the Frigga Statue, she is depicted as a beautiful woman who wields a staff and sits atop a strange, beast-like statue as a throne.
Zeus was the god of the sky, lightning, and storms. He was the king of the gods, and as such, few were depicted as grandly as he was. In this Bronze Wrathful Zeus Statue, we catch a glimpse of Zeus as he casts lightning upon another.
The Norse pantheon is rich with intriguing gods, each of whom plays an important role. The Norse God - Freyr Statue depicts an important god, who presides over sunshine, fair weather, prosperity, and, surprisingly, kingship.
The Trojan Horse is an iconic and well-known aspect of literature, being the final blow that brought down the city of Troy. Now, you can have your own recreation of this mythic icon in this impressive Trojan Horse Statue.
In Roman mythology, Venus is the goddess of love and desire and a maternal figure, a mother of the people. In the Bronze Venus by Canova Statue, we see a modest yet beautiful side of the goddess of desire.
The Poseidon on Chariot Statue depicts the Grecian god of the seas as he rides about his domain in his favorite chariot. The sea gods chariot is far different from the chariot of men, shaped like a clamshell pulled by seahorses.
The Norse pantheon is rich with intriguing gods, each of whom plays an important role in Norse life and has a vital role to come at the end of the world. This Norse God - Heimdall Statue depicts a powerful Nordic god-warrior.
Dionysus is the Greek god of wine, wine-making, and ritual madness. Here, in the Dionysus Statue, we see the god depicted as a youthful man partaking of the finer things in life, namely good food and good drink.
Eros and Psyche are lovers who go through a lot to be together. This statue features Eros flying above Psyche while she lays on a stone. This statue is made of hand painted resin. This would make a great statue for indoor or outdoor use.
Justice is beautiful and blind. This Bronze Lady Justice Statue depicts her in her classic form, that of a lovely woman wearing a blindfold. In one hand, she holds a sword. From the other hangs a scale representing her authority.
In life, St. George was a Greek soldier who served as an officer in the Roman army. After his death he was canonized and is credited with having slain a dragon, an act represented in detail by this St. George Slaying a Dragon Statue.
Often used to represent philosophy, the Bronze Thinker Statue depicts a man lost in deep, meditative contemplation. The statue was first cast in 1902, and it has been re-cast and recreated several times through the years.
This Seated Thor Statue has the look of Norse craftsmanship. Its overall detailing and wooden finish make it seem very much as though it were carved from a block of wood, which makes it a rather desirable piece for any enthusiasts.
As the Greek goddess of love and desire, Aphrodite is associated with the pursuit of love and beauty. In the Marble Aphrodite Statue, she is pictured as a lovely young woman who stands tall and serene while the wind plays with her hair.
The Bronze Hebe by Thorvaldsen Statue depicts the likeness of Hebe, the Greek goddess of youth, who was responsible for serving the gods their feasts of ambrosia and nectar. This statue depicts the goddess carrying their repast.
The Loki Bust is a depiction of a well-known figure from Norse mythology associated with trickery and strife. Loki is credited with multiple origins, which vary depending on source, although he often possesses god-like power.
The story of Medusa is a familiar Greek myth about one of the three monstrous gorgons, who have snakes for hair and a gaze that can turn men into stone. The Medusa Wall Plaque is a startling figurine featuring this infamous monster.
Hestia is an important Greek goddess that is oftentimes forgotten in lieu of her other, more boisterous relatives. This Bronze Hestia Statue, however, celebrates the goddess of hearth and family by depicting her in all her radiance.
Greek gods and goddesses were numerous, as there was a personification for every aspect in existence. This Artemis - Goddess of Hunting and Wilderness depicts a goddess who was well-known for her purity and fiery demeanor.
In Norse culture, it would take a powerful god to stand out and above the rest, to rise as a king and rule his godly brethren. Odin was one such god. The Full Color Odin Statue flawlessly depicts a rendition of this legendary deity.
Mother Earth is a powerful figure, one that occurs in just about every mythology on the planet. The Greeks knew her as Gaia, and in this Celtic Goddess Mother Earth Danu Bust, you can see goddess as the Celts envisioned her.
Norse divinities are divided into several different categories, and one such grouping is the jotunn. These nature spirits are often regarded as enemies, but some, like the one depicted in the Bronze Skadi Statue, are gods.
The perfection of the gods in mythology is apparent, if only because all that they did, they succeed at. This Celtic Lugh Statue depicts one such god who ruled over the sun, light, and fire, and was considered good at all he did.
Blind, vigilant, fair - these are all words that best describe how justice should be. Each of these concepts exists within the image of justice that we often imagine today, a woman depicted in this Small Lady of Justice Statue.
As the god of war, Ares was often celebrated by warriors of all types and creeds. Here, in this brilliantly detailed Bronze Mounted Ares Statue, he is depicted as grand warrior clad in resplendent armour atop an adorned warhorse.
There is no mystery as to what this Norse Monster Fenrir Statue depicts. A son of Loki, Fenrir is a god-Wolf who is destined to devour Odin at Ragnarok. Such was his strength and size, even the gods feared him.
In this fine statue, three mythic Greek figures are depicted together. The Bronze Pan and Aphrodite Statue is named for two most prominent of those figures, while a third, Cupid, floats just over his mothers shoulder.