Art of world major earliest civilizations like egyptian, indian, greek, etc.

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  • Ancient Sculpture Gallery LLC

    Art of World Civilizations Ancient Sculpture Gallery carries an extensive collection of museum quality artwork

    reproductions representing all major world civilizations.

    These are followed by the arts of Babylonian, Assyrian, Persian, Greek, Macedonian

    Hellenistic, Etruscan, Roman, Byzantine, Oriental Asian Buddhist, Indian Hindu, Aztec,

    Mayan, Inca, African, Christian, and finally Western civilization.

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  • Prehistoric Artifacts Reproductions

    Prehistory is the period before recorded history.

    Paul Tournal originally coined the term ante - historique in describing the finds he had made in the caves of southern France.

    It came into use in France in the 1830s to describe the time before writing, and the word "prehistoric" was introduced into English by Daniel Wilson in 1851.

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  • Reproduction Artworks of the Egyptian

    Civilization

    Egyptian civilization coalesced around 3150 BC with the political unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under the first

    pharaoh.

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  • Egyptian Statues Reproductions

    The ancient art of Egyptian sculpture evolved to represent the ancient Egyptian gods, Pharaohs, and the kings and

    queens, in physical form.

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  • Egyptian Busts Reproductions

    The ancient art of Egyptian sculpture evolved to represent the ancient Egyptian gods,

    Pharaohs, and the kings and queens, in

    physical form.

    Massive statues were built to represent gods and pharoahs and their queens, usually for

    open areas in or outside temples.

    The very early colossal Great Sphinx of Giza was never repeated, but avenues lined with

    very large statues including sphinxes and

    other animals formed part of many temple

    complexes.

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  • Egyptian Reliefs Reproductions

    All Egyptian reliefs were painted. Pigments were mostly mineral, chosen to withstand strong sunlight without fading.

    Many ancient Egyptian paintings have survived due to Egypt's extremely dry climate. The paintings were often

    made with the intent of making a pleasant afterlife for the

    deceased.

    The themes included journey through the afterworld or protective deities introducing the deceased to the gods of

    the underworld.

    King Tutank hamun Royal Pharaoh Cartouche Wall Sculpture - Royal

    Cartouche Sculptural Frieze.

    A full-scale replica of the original relief from the throne of King Tut.

    Tutank hamun Royal Cartouche Wall Sculpture

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  • Egyptian Gods Collection

  • Egyptian Furniture

    Egyptian statues have been popular for more than five thousand years.

    Explore our Egyptian treasure troves for historic statues of ancient Egyptian dieties:

    Anubis, Horus, Sekhmet, Bastet, Serqet, Osiris and the royal scarab are some of the most popular

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  • Egyptian Jewelry Reproductions

    The first signs of established jeweler making in Ancient Egypt was around 3,000-5,000 years ago.

    The Egyptians preferred the luxury, rarity, and workability of gold over other metals.

    Although it was worn by wealthy Egyptians in life, it was also worn by them in death, with jewelry commonly placed

    among grave goods.

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  • Egyptian Mirrors

    Egyptian statues have been popular for more than five thousand years.

    Explore our Egyptian treasure troves for historic statues of ancient Egyptian dieties: Anubis, Horus, Sekhmet, Bastet,

    Serqet, Osiris and the royal scarab are some of the most

    popular.

    The art of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs adorns our King Tutankhamen Sarcophagus statuary, our Luxor Palace home

    theater and entertainment furniture, and our Palace of

    Ramses wall decor.

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  • Assyrian Mesopotamian Babylonian Persian

    Reproductions

    Sumerian and Babylonian peoples of ancient Mesopotamia created civilizations which had an artistic tradition of

    remarkable antiquity, variety, and richness, as revealed by

    excavations at Ur, Babylon, Uruk (Erech), Mari, Kish, and

    Lagash.

    With the ascent to power of Sargon of Akkad, Sumerian art reached new heights of expression, particularly in sculpture.

    The greatest known examples reflecting that splendor include a bronze head thought to be a portrait of Sargon

    himself.

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  • We have a passionate love for ancient art and consider the antiquity to be the most creative

    and artistic period of human civilization. We have invested countless of years in collecting

    authentic ancient artifacts and recreating the most impressive ancient masterpieces by

    utilizing the same techniques employed by the original artists centuries ago.

    Our ever growing collection of handmade art of unsurpassed quality and lasting beauty has

    already become centerpiece of many great home, office, and garden collections. Our clients

    come from all walks of life from private individuals who commissioned art for their estates, to interior designers, architects, businesses, and churches who want to reclaim the ancient

    elegance. We can hand-replicate any sculpture, mosaic, icon and painting requested and unlike other Internet stores, we welcome commission work. Also unlike other Internet stores

    which simply sell mass produced imitations imported from third world countries, we give

    personal touch to every piece we make. We do not import products made of plaster that give

    cheep and kitsch look and feel to the product as soon it is touched and lifted like a feather.

    About Us

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    Our mission is to recreate and deliver

    the best of antiquity to the modern

    admirer, the best masterpieces of

    Greek, Macedonian, Hellenistic, Roman,

    Egyptian, Persian, Byzantine, Indian,

    Mayan, Christian and Western art.

  • Contact Us

    Ancient Sculpture Gallery

    PO Box 178

    Garfield NJ 07026

    1-800-535-2150 & 1-201-322-3532

    customerservice@ancientsculpturegallery.com

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