The glove’s work always looks kind of divine. When you look at them, you think that such beauty in a piece of stone could only be seen by geniuses. These are some of the most famous sculptures, yet they are covered with the veil of mystery.
Michelangelo made an unusual sculpture of Moses with horns. Many art historians consider it to be because of his poor interpretation of the Bible. Behind the face of Moses are the rays radiant, not the horns. The Hebrew word used in the Bible can be translated as shine and as horns, and maybe this is why confusion arose.
It has long been thought that Roman and antique statues are white. However, according to recent research, it is believed that they may have been made in different colors that faded over time and eventually disappeared due to light and wind.
The statue of the famous Siren in Copenhagen is perhaps the most miserable sculpture because it is often the target of a vandal attack. It is broken and broken up many times, and even today you can see the scars on her neck.
The sculpture was decapitated twice, once in 1964 and the second time in 1998. The poor siren was found in 2006 with a vibrator in her hand and sprayed with green, while she was scratched on the back on March 8. Finally, in 2007, the city declared that it would move it further into the port, in order to be far from the vandal and the constant attempts of tourists to climb onto it.