A model of the Temple of Artemis the Huntress. This model is a reproduction of a Sir John Soane's museum collection piece. The original was created by the legendary french model maker Francois Fouquet in the early 1800's. The temple was built in Athens on the banks of the Ilissus probably by Kallicrates. Today the temple is a ruin but was stunning in its day, in the words of the museum curator "Nothing can surpass the extreme simplicity and elegance of this composition. The beautifully proportioned columns, the angular capitals, and simple entablature are most happy effects of the refinement and elegant taste of the enlightened people to whom this work owes its origin."
Our model is produced in plaster and displayed under an acrylic case.
|ARCHITECT||Temple: Kallicrates, model: Francois Fouquet|
|YEAR||Temple: 5th Century BC, model: 1800|
|MATERIAL||Plaster, metal etching|
|DIMENSIONS||6.5in high, 6.5in wide, 11in deep & 9lbs approximately.||TAGS|
|Liz from London|
July 19 2019
My husband is absolutely over the moon with his cityscape. He loves it! He was pretty much speechless and overcome. He has taken a good look at your site and watched the videos etc. and is totally intoxicated.
|Sarah from Southampton|
July 16 2019
I'm delighted with the model thank you. I can't stop looking at it.
|James from USA|
July 07 2019
Received one of these beautiful buildings as a gift; have now discovered your site and can't wait to choose more. A whole series these would look perfect on our shelf.
|Jean from France|
July 04 2019
I received my models. They are beautiful. Thank you very much and congratulation for what you do !
|Stephan from Madrid|
May 30 2019
I just wanted to confirm that the NYC cityscape has arrived safely in Madrid. The execution and quality of this model is outstanding. It has exceeded by expectations. Thank you.
|Austin hacking from Whalley, Ribble Valley|
May 04 2019
Received my large scale New York for my birthday & im very impressed, it’s on the wall and is totally awesome. Will be choosing more in the near future. More choices would be nice boys.
|Lawrence Lesser from Santa Monica, CA. USA|
April 17 2019
any chance you might have Washinton DC on your to-do list? I would be interested in a cityscape, or even better the stretch of Pennsylvania AVE from 15th ST to 17 ST which encompasses the White House, US Treasury, and several other buildings.
|George from Minneapolis|
April 12 2019
I am looking forward to my next model. What you did with the US Capitol looks amazing!
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