Cast Gallery Complete List

LISTING OF FIGURES IN THE CAST GALLERY AND LOBBY MUSEUM OF ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY
(Numbers refer to internal loan numbers)

ROOM 104 (CAST GALLERY)

  • 721: ALEXANDER: THE AZARA BUST. Roman copy of an original perhaps by Lysippos, Ca. 330-323 B.C., Paris, Louvre Museum
  • 722: SATYR POURING WINE. Roman copy of a Greek original, attributed to Praxiteles, Ca. 370 B.C.
  • 723: BATTLE OF GREEKS AND AMAZONS. From the Mausoleion at Halikarnassos, Ca. 360-340 B.C., London, British Museum
  • 724: HOMER. Roman copy of a Late Hellenistic original, Ca. 150 B.C., Boston, Museum of Fine Arts
  • 725: LUDOVISI HERA. Roman work in the Greek manner of 4th c. B.C., Rome, Terme Museum
  • 726: PORTRAIT OF SOPHOKLES. Roman copy of a Greek original, Ca. 340-330 B.C., Rome, Vatican Museum
  • 727: ATHENA VELLETRI. Roman copy of a Greek work, Perhaps by Kresilas, or Alkamenes, Ca. 420 B.C., Paris, Louvre Museum
  • 728: HEAD OF A ROMAN MATRON. Ca. 200 A.D., Naples, National Museum
  • 729: ARTEMIS FROM GABII. Roman copy of a Greek original, Attributed to Praxiteles, Ca. 360-330 B.C., Paris, Louvre Museum
  • 730: BORGHESE WARRIOR. Signed by Agasias, Ca. 100 B.C., Paris, Louvre Museum
  • 731: HEAD OF EURIPIDES. Roman copy of a Greek original, Ca. 350-325 B.C., Rome, Vatican Museum
  • 732: APOLLO BELVEDERE. Roman copy of a Greek original, 200-150 B.C., Rome, Vatican Museum
  • 733: APHRODITE OF MELOS (VENUS DE MILO). Ca. 150-100 B.C., Paris, Louvre Museum
  • 734: ZEUS BATTLING GIANTS. From the frieze of the Altar of Zeus and Athena, Pergamon, Ca. 180 B.C., Berlin, Staatliche Museum
  • 735: LAOKOON AND HIS SONS. By Hagesandros, Polydoros and Athanodoros, Ca. 160-130 B.C., Rome, Vatican Museum
  • 736: NIKE OF SAMOTHRACE. Ca. 200 B.C., Paris, Louvre Museum
  • 737: BATTLE OF GREEKS AND AMAZONS. Relief from the frieze of the Temple of Apollo at Phigleia (Bassai), Ca. 425-420 B.C., London, British Museum
  • 738: APHRODITE (VENUS GENETRIX). Roman adaptation of a late 5th c. Greek type By Arkesilaos, Ca. 50 B.C., Paris, Louvre Museum
  • 739: WOMAN FROM HERCULANEUM. Roman copy of a Greek original, Ca. 340-330 B.C., Dresden, Albertinum
  • 740: HEAD OF THE DEMETER OF KNIDOS. Ca. 350 B.C., London, British Museum
  • 741: KARYATID. From the Erechtheion in Athens, Ca. 421-406 B.C., London, British Museum
  • 742: NIKE. Relief from the parapet of the Temple of Athena Nike, Ca.410-400 B.C., Athens, Acropolis Museum
  • 743: DANCING WOMAN. Roman copy of a flute girl by Lysippos, Early Hellenistic, Ca. 300 B.C., Berlin, Staatliche Museum
  • 744: HERMES AND DIONYSOS by Praxiteles. Ca. 350-330 B.C., Olympia, Museum
  • 745: CHARIOTEER. Ca. 475-470 B.C., bronze original in Delphi, Museum
  • 746: SOPHOKLES. Roman copy of a Greek original, Ca. 340-330 B.C., Rome, Vatican Museum
  • 747: HEAD. From the pediment of the Temple of Athena Alea at Tegea Perhaps by Scopas, Ca. 350 B.C., Athens, National Museum
  • 748: THE LUDOVISI THRONE. Three-sided relief, Ca. 460 B.C., Rome Terme Museum
  • 749: THE APOXYOMENOS. Roman copy of a bronze original by Lysippos. Ca. 450-440 B.C., Naples, National Museum
  • 750: THE DORYPHOROS. Roman copy of a bronze original by Polykleitos. Ca. 450-440 B.C., Naples, National Museum
  • 751: TORSO OF A SATYR. Attributed to Praxiteles, Ca. 370-355 B.C., Paris, Louvre Museum
  • 752: CENTAUR AND LAPITH. The Parthenon, Metope, Ca. 447-443 B.C., London, British Museum
  • 753:MEDICI APHRODITE (VENUS DE MEDICI). Type of Knidian Aphrodite Early 3rd c. B.C., Florence, Uffizi Gallery
  • 754: DISKOBOLOS OR DISCUS THROWER. Roman copy of a bronze original by Myron, Ca. 460-450 B.C., Rome, Vatican Museum
  • 755: NIKE. By Paionios, Ca. 425-420 B.C., Olympia, Museum
  • 756: HARMODIOS THE TYRANNICIDE. Roman copy of a bronze from the group by Kritias and Nesiotes, Ca. 477-476 B.C., Naples, National Museum
  • 757: HEAD OF THESEUS. Temple of Zeus at Olympia, West Pediment, Ca. 465-457 B.C., Olympia, Museum
  • 758: HEAD OF DEIDAMEIA. Bride of the Lapith king Peirithoos, Temple of Zeus at Olympia, West Pediment, Ca. 465-457 B.C., Olympia, Museum
  • 759: ATHENA LEMNIA. Roman copy of a bronze original by Phidias, Ca. 450-440 B.C., Head in Bologna, Museo Civico, Body in Dresden, Albertinum
  • 760: TWO GODDESSES. The Parthenon, East Pediment, Ca. 437-432 B.C., London, British Museum
  • 761: KOUROS FROM TENEA. Ca. 575-500 B.C., Munich, Glyptothek
  • 762: ATHENA. Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, West Pediment, Ca. 500 B.C., Munich, Glyptothek
  • 763: APOLLO. Temple of Zeus at Olympia, West Pediment, Ca. 465-457 B.C., Olympia, Museum
  • 764: HEAD OF A LAPITH YOUTH. Temple of Zeus at Olympia, West Pediment Ca. 465-457 B.C., Olympia, Museum
  • 765: HEAD OF A LAPITH WOMAN. Temple of Zeus at Olympia, West Pediment Ca. 465-457 B.C., Olympia, Museum
  • 766: APPLES OF THE HESPERIDES. Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Metope, Ca. 465-457 B.C., Olympia, Museum
  • 767: PANATHENAIC PROCESSION; RIDER. The Parthenon, West Frieze Ca. 442-438 B.C., Athens, in situ
  • 768: PANATHENAIC PROCESSION; MARSHAL. The Parthenon, East Frieze Ca. 442-438 B.C., Athens, Acropolis Museum (?)
  • 769: HEAD OF A YOUNG GIRL. Grave relief, Eretria, Greece, Ca. 360 B.C., Berlin

FIRST FLOOR LOBBY

  • 770: FLAGPOLE BASE. 1501-1505. by Alessandro Leopardi, Venetian (b.?--d. ca. 1522), bronze original in Piazza San Marco, Venice
  • 771: PANATHENAIC PROCESSION, THE HANDING OVER OF THE PEPLOS. The Parthenon, East Frieze, Ca. 442-438 B.C., London, British Museum

1ST FLOOR CORRIDOR

  • 772: BOY REMOVING A THORN FROM HIS FOOT (SPINARIO). Roman copy of a Hellenistic bronze original, Late 3rd--early 2nd c. B.C., Rome, Capitoline Museum
  • 773: MARBLE HEAD OF A YOUNG GIRL. From a grave relief found at Eretria, Ca. 360 B.C., Berlin Museum
  • 774: DIONYSUS OR PRIAPOS. Ca. 50 A.D., Roman copy of early 5th century Greek original, Naples, National Museum
  • 775: HEAD OF HYGIEIA, DAUGHTER OF ASKLEPIOS and GODDESS OF HEALTH. Hope Collection, 4th c. B.C. Rome, Terme Museum
  • 776: SOPHOKLES. A bust after statue of Sophokles, Roman copy of a Greek original, ca. 340-330 B.C., Rome, Vatican Museum
  • 777: BUST OF PERIKLES. Roman copy of an original perhaps by Kresilas, Ca. 440-425 B.C., London, British Museum

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