This sculprture was discovered near Rome, by a farmer while plowing his fields in the time the Italian Renaissance. Most likely a Roman copy of a acient Greek sculpture. The right arms of the two figures flanking the central figure, as well as a portion of the serpent behind the central figure, the Priest Laocoon, have never been recovered. This drawing is my rendition of how I believe the work might have looked complete.
Botticelli's Three Graces
Vermeer's, Girl with a Pearl Earring
Vermeer's, Story of Painting
Leonardo's, Virgin w/ Saint Anne & Child
Variation on Leonardo's Virgin of the Rocks
Michelangelo's, Adam/ Sistine ceiling
King Rama IX