Apollo of Piombino
Apollo has been represented in the shape of a Greek Kouros. It has been found under the Tuscan sea and sold to the Louvre Museum in 1834. It has been attributed to a foundry of the Greek colonies in South of Italy, cast in the V century b.C. But other researchers think that it could be a Roman copy of the I century b.C. of the original Greek statue.
All the Classical and Renaissance art executed by the Marinelli Foundry is created through moulds made directly on the original Works of Art at the beginning of the last century. These original moulds are owned by and a part of the Ferdinando Marinelli Artistic Foundry heritage.