The Torso of a Classical Statue – Strength Magazine – January, 1928

Probably you have visited a :Museum of Art and have greatly admired the marvelous examples of the human physique of stone and bronze by the great masters. You may have reflected that such examples of physical manhood are wonderful and very idealistic, but yon entertain great doubts in your mind concerning whether any humans ever existed who possessed such perfectly molded bodies with muscles so finely developed and showing distinct separation, one muscle from the next. You, no doubt, came to the conclusion that these great masterpieces of sculpture simply expressed the ideals of the artists who created them.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas