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September 14, 2004

Object List

 



 
OBJECT LIST
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Note: Images for objects marked with ** are available on request.

 


INTRODUCTION

Statue of a Young Boy
Marble, H. 87.6 cm
Hellenistic, 2nd cent. BC-1st cent. A.D.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Adolph D. and Wilkins C. Williams Fund

** Grave Stele of Girl Apollonia
Marble, H. 112.4 cm, W. 63.5 cm, D. 20 cm
Hellenistic, ca. 100 B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

MYTH

Statue of a Child Hero, possibly Herakles
Bronze, H. 62.2 cm
Hellenistic, first century B.C.
The Saint Louis Art Museum

Stamnos with Theseus and the Minotaur
Terracotta, H. 36.4 cm
Attic red-figure, attributed to the Copenhagen Painter, ca. 470 B.C.
Private Collection

Calyx Krater with Medea’s Murdered Children; Baby Orestes
Terracotta, H. 50.5 cm, Diam. 49.9 cm
Lucanian red-figure calyx-krater, attributed to near the Policoro Painter, ca. 400 B.C.
Cleveland Museum of Art

BIRTH AND NATURE

Pelike with the Birth of Helen
Terracotta, H. 32.7 cm
Apulian red-figure, attributed to the Painter of Athens 1680, ca. 360-350 B.C.
Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Antikensammlung


Amphora with the Birth of Athena
Terracotta, H. 40.9 cm
Attic black-figure, attributed to Group E, ca. 550 B.C.
New Haven, Yale University Art Museum
Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., B.A., 1913 Fund

Calyx-Krater with Birth of Erichthonios
Terracotta, H.37.9 cm.
Attic red-figure, attributed to the Nikias painter, ca. 400 B.C.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Purchase, The Glasgow Fund

Statuette of Silenos and Dionysos
Terracotta, H. 12.7 cm
Late Classical, ca. 350 B.C.
Walters Art Museum, Baltimore

Amphora with Achilles and the Centaur Chiron
Terracotta, H. 41.3 cm
Attic black-figure, attributed to the Group of Würzburg 199, ca. 520-510 B.C.
Walters Art Museum, Baltimore

Coin with Hermes and Arkas
Silver stater
Pheneos, Arcadia, ca. 362-300 B.C.
Rhode Island School of Design

Chous with Kallisto, Arkas and Hermes
Terracotta, H. 16.8 cm
Apulian red-figure, attributed to near the Black Fury Group, 360 B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Pelike with Kronos and Rhea
Terracotta, H. 35.1 cm
Attic red-figure, attributed to the Nausicaa Painter, ca. 460-450 B.C.
Metropolitan Museum of Art

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