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Famous Greek mythology character story art Bronze Laocoonte and sons statuette

This Bronze Laocoonte and sons statuette gives the viewer the intuitive impression of pain. The long bodies of two giant pythons twisted and wrapped around the limbs of the Laocoön father and son. Laocoonte and sons statuette grabbed the body of a giant python with his left hand, while the python was opening its blood basin and preparing to bite Laocoon’s waist. Laocoön seemed to have a premonition that the struggle was futile, his face was tilted, his expression was painful and desperate, and his mouth was slightly open, as if he was sighing about the unpredictability of fate. The eldest son on Laocoonte on the right side tried to get rid of the python, and Bronze Laocoonte and sons statuette looked sideways at their father in horror. The younger son on the left has long been powerless to resist and is dying.

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This Bronze Laocoonte and sons statuette, three people and two snakes, form a very dynamic whole, and the characters twist and twist with the snake’s entanglement. This Bronze Laocoonte and sons statuette is highly regarded. Goethe said that human beings can feel three kinds of suffering about themselves and others: fear, terror and compassion. It is not easy for a work of art to express one of these emotions. But Bronze Laocoonte and sons statuette express three emotions. You see, Laocoön has been bitten by a snake, and although he fights, his inevitable fate of defeat is terrifying. The youngest son of Bronze Laocoonte and sons statuette is terrifying. Laocoon’s eldest son also had the possibility of escaping, which made people sympathetic. In front of this silent artwork, we seem to hear groans and cries of pain.

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