The fairness of the world and the country is very important. Speaking of fairness, this goddess of justice sculpture originated from Greek mythology, but it must be due to its reasons, and its overall image is very in line with modern artistic meaning. This bronze sculpture of goddess of justice is made very distinctive, throwing away the most classic mythological image, this goddess has added some modern elements, the dress on her body. She was wearing a cloak behind her back and her eyes were blindfolded. She stretched out her left arm very righteously to carry a steelyard, symbolizing fairness and justice. The surface of the sculpture of the Goddess of Justice is made of old bronze, which appears to be retro in the current environment. This bronze sculpture of goddess of justice is very suitable to be placed in some places such as the current state organs and courts. The size of goddess of justice sculptures are generally life-size. If they are placed in large places, they need to be customized according to the environment.
In Western culture, goddess of justice Themis is a symbol of law. The image is a woman with blindfolded eyes, holding a balance in her left hand and a long sword in her right. The scale means “fairness”, the long sword means “justice”, and blindfold means “to observe with the heart instead of the eyes.” In some statues in ancient Rome, the goddess of justice (or the Roman goddess of justice Justettia) also relied on a beam with a snake wrapped around it and a dog sitting at its feet. Snakes and dogs symbolize hatred and friendship, neither hatred nor friendship can be judged. goddess of justice holds a balance in one hand and uses it to measure the law; holds a sword in the other hand and uses it to defend the law. If the sword does not carry the scale, it is naked violence; if the scale does not carry the sword, it means weakness. The two are complementary, and only when the power of the god of justice and the skill of holding the scale go hand in hand, a complete state of the rule of law can dominate. With the artistic revival of ancient Greece and Rome, Roman law was rejuvenated in various European countries. At the same time, statues of goddess of justice appeared in various city courts. Most of the statues were engraved with ancient Roman law on the back: “In order to achieve justice, even if the sky is broken.” Since then, the image of goddess of justice has gradually developed into a symbol of law in Western culture.