Bacchus from Michelangelo was a sculpture completed around 1497.
This large sculpture stands at over two metres tall, whilst the Greek God himself would not have been quite that size. This interesting representation features the God of Wine seemingly rather the worst for wear, as demonstrated by his sunken pose.
The photograph to the right is of a close-up print which captures the detail which Michelangelo put into this sculpture.
The bowl is his hand is likely to have been some form of drinking vessel from that period, with Bacchus struggling to hold it straight.