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 Translation for 'marble statue' from English to Russian
NOUN   a marble statue | marble statues
иск.
мраморная статуя {ж}
marble statue
минерал.
мрамор {м}
marble
2
памятник {м} [статуя]statue
статуя {ж}statue
архит.строит.
мраморная лестница {ж}
marble stairs {pl}
мраморный {adj}marble [attr.]
гастр.
"мраморный" кекс {м}
marble cake
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Usage Examples English
  • It now rests in the Saint Augustin Basilica within a glass tube inserted into the arm of a life-size marble statue of the saint.
  • A large marble statue of Koch stands in a small park known as Robert Koch Platz, just north of the Charity Hospital, in the Mitte section of Berlin.
  • A bronze copy of a marble statue of Liston sculpted by Alfred Hrdlicka in 1964 was erected in 2008 between Old Castle and Karlsplatz in Stuttgart, Germany.
  • A marble statue of Alfred the Great stands on the North side of the Cuyahoga County Courthouse in Cleveland, Ohio. It was sculpted by Isidore Konti in 1910.
  • In the old Library is a marble statue by Edith Bateson.

  • After the court decision, the marble statue was moved approximately 600 feet east to private property.
  • The famous "Venus of Cyrene", a headless marble statue representing the goddess Venus, a Roman copy of a Greek original, was discovered by Italian soldiers here in 1913.
  • 5-metre marble statue of Nike (now known as the Winged Victory of Samothrace), which dates from about 190 BC.
  • In Johann Eduard Müller's marble statue of "Prometheus and the Oceanides" (1868–79), the nymphs scramble upwards in an attempt to alleviate the Titan's suffering, as they do in Lehmann's canvas.
  • A marble statue of Niobe is a female lead character in a long-running 1892 farce Niobe (play) by Harry Paulton.

  • The death of Dirce is depicted in a marble statue known as the Farnese Bull, which is now in the collections of the National Archaeological Museum in Naples.
  • The work's plaster cast was completed in 1807 but the marble statue was not finished until 1812.
  • Following Wallace's death, the State of Indiana commissioned the sculptor Andrew O'Connor to create a marble statue of Wallace dressed in a military uniform for the National Statuary Hall Collection in the U.S.
  • A marble statue of Garfield by Charles Niehaus was added to the National Statuary Hall Collection in the Capitol in Washington D.C., a gift from the State of Ohio in 1886.
  • In 1862, American sculptor William Wetmore Story completed a marble statue, inspired by Sojourner Truth, named "The Libyan Sibyl".

  • So, for example, the essence of a marble statue would be the composition of the marble (its matter) and the shape it has (its form).
  • There is a life-sized marble statue of "Leda and the Swan" at the Jai Vilas Palace Museum in Gwalior, Northern Madhya Pradesh, India.
  • The "Barberini Faun" (located in the Glyptothek in Munich, Germany) is a Hellenistic marble statue from about 200 [...] , found in the Mausoleum of the Emperor Hadrian (the Castel Sant'Angelo) and installed at [...] by Cardinal Maffeo Barberini (later Pope Urban VIII).
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