close-up view of a remarkable marble bust statue of Emperor Caesar Augustus also known as Octavian, the founder of the Roman Empire and its first reigning emperor from 27 BC until his passing in AD 14. The statue is masterfully carved, showcasing intricate details that bring the historical figure to life. Emperor Caesar Augustus's head is the focal point of the composition, and it is a stunning representation of the ruler. His facial features are meticulously chiseled, with a strong and regal expression that reflects his authority and wisdom. The eyes are particularly striking, with a sense of depth that seems to follow you as you gaze upon the sculpture. His finely sculpted hair and beard are textured in a way that adds to the realism of the artwork. The marble bust is elegantly set against a solid black background, which serves to emphasize the statue's exquisite craftsmanship and the commanding presence of Emperor Caesar Augustus.Image ID#: 32783 / Category: Arts, Architecture / Price: 499$
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