Discobolos Sculpture (c. 450 B.C.) by Myron, in the Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome. If one searched for classic and Greek, he'd be hard pressed to find a more perfect example than this foot-and-a-half tall discus thrower. Revered for its unflawed symmetry, this ancient replica, cast in designer resin and finished to resemble antique stone, boasts vigorous movement in a perfect male form. Flexed muscles and concentrated expression create the impression of a tightly stretched bow the moment before release. Please note that the male genitalia is not covered by a fig leaf.