Museum Figurines

  • Adèle Bloch-Bauer

    99.00
  • Coq Dormant 13 cm

    36.00
  • Emilie Flöge

    49.00
  • Escher Fish

    44.95
  • Escher Sphere with Angels and Devils

    37.95
  • Escher Sphere with Fish

    34.95
  • Escher Bird Fish

    44.95
  • Expectation

    59.90
  • Fulfilment

    55.00
  • Fulfilment

    189.00
  • Hope II

    69.00
  • Le grand Duc 14 cm

    37.50
  • Le grand Duc 23 cm

    54.00
  • Man with Bowler Hat (Magritte)

    55.00
  • Poetry

    59.00
  • Simplicity of the Highest Degree

    59.00
  • Sphere with Fish, mini

    21.95
  • Tea light holder Klimt

    14.50
  • Tea light holder Klimt

    29.90
  • Tea light holder Klimt

    12.50
  • Tea light holder Klimt

    12.50
  • Tea light holder Klimt

    14.50
  • The Heart of the Rose

    39.95
  • The Kiss

    59.90

The word ‘museum’ derives via the Latin language from the Greek word mouseion, a place or a temple devoted to the Muses, the Greek goddesses of arts.
The Mouseion of Alexandria (Egypt) lies at the basis of the Latin word museum in its current meaning: this Mouseion was a training centre where scholars were excused so they could devote themselves completely to the study of the writings. During the Renaissance the form we still know today arose: a building containing a collection of paintings, sculptures and other art objects.

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