Cast Gallery catalogue number: C112
Apollo leaning agaist a tree-trunk with a lizard running up it. He held an arrow in his right hand and perhaps a cord tethering the lizard in his left.
For another version of the same original see C111.
- Plaster cast: Height: 1.06m.
- Copy of a bronze statue.
- The statue:
- is known as Apollo Sauroktonos (Apollo lizard-slayer).
- is a version of the original bronze statue made by Praxiteles in about 350 BC.
- was found in Rome in a vineyard below the Church of S. Balbina.
- is now in Rome, Villa Albani, inv. 952.