RF2D19KJ4–This marble group, one of the largest marble statues recovered from Antiquity, is a Roman copy of a Greek original, perhaps made for the Baths of Caracalla, where it was found. The group represents Zethus and Amphion tying Dirce to the horns of a wild bull. The “Farnese Bull” is attributed by Pliny the Elder to Apollonius of Tralles, a Greek sculptor of the second century BC, an important period in the history of Hellenistic sculpture. He worked on it with his brother Tauriscus on the island of Rhodes.
RMH74899–The Farnese Bull. Roman copy (3rd century AD) of a Hellenistic sculpture. Myth of Dirce. She was tied to a wild bull by the sons of Antiope, Amphion and Zethus. From baths of Caracalla, Rome. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Italy.
RMW4AEF9–The Farnese bull. Roman copy of Hellenistic original (3rd cent. AD). Torment of Dirce. Baths of Caracalla. White marble. Naples.
RF2HW7J9A–Art inspired by Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Amphion and Zethus Tying Dirce to a Wild Bull The Farnese Bull, 1581, Engraving, sheet: 18 1/8 x 13 9/16 in. (46 x 34.4 cm), Prints, Diana Scultori (Italian, Mantua ca. 1535?–after 1588 Rome, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RMM1MHJ3–Naples. Italy. Farnese Bull (Toro Farnese), detail showing Amphion or Zethus, holding the bull by the horns. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli.
RF2HK9R8K–Inspired by Sculpture of Dirce being tied to a bull, Farnese Bull, Dirces, à zeto et Amphione ob vindictam matris (...), Antique sculptures in Rome, Antiquarum statuarum urbis Romae quae in publicis locis visuntur icones, Antique sculpture known as the Farnese Bull. The brothers Amphion and Zethus, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RM2C2JG2J–The Farnese Bull. Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae. Amphion and Zethus Tying Dirce to a Wild Bull. Diana Scultori Italian, Italy. Old 19th century engraved illustration, El Mundo Ilustrado 1880
RMPPHTMA–The Farnese Bull. Roman copy (3rd century AD) of a Hellenistic sculpture. Myth of Dirce. She was tied to a wild bull by the sons of Antiope, Amphion and Zethus. From baths of Caracalla, Rome. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Italy.
RM2AG0GA6–'The Farnese Bull, National Museum, Naples, Italy', c1909. The Farnese Bull is a copy of a Hellenistic sculpture at the National Archaeological Museum in Naples and represents the myth of Dirce first wife of Lykos, King of Thebes tied to a wild bull by Amphion and Zethus, the sons of Antiope, to punish her for ill-treatment inflicted on their mother. To be viewed on a Sun Sculpture stereoscope made by Underwood & Underwood. [The Rose Stereograph Company, Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington & London, c1909]
RMRKY6W5–The Farnese Bull with Dirce, Zethus and Amphion - 1581 - Diana Scultori Italian, c. 1536–c. 1590 - Artist: Diana Scultori, Origin: Italy, Date: 1581,
RM2J3MYX1–The Farnese Bull with Dirce, Zethus and Amphion, 1581.
RMKNETM9–Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Amphion and Zethus Tying Dirce to a Wild Bull [The Farnese Bull]. Series/Portfolio: Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae;