ANCIENT ART
MYTHOLOGY IN THE ART | Greek mythology | Satyrs
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1. SCULPTURE. Greece.
Dionysos and a Satyr (unfinished group).
Pentelic marble. Early 3-d cent. BCE.
Inv. No. 245.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
2. CERAMICS. Rome.
Clay slab of the "Campana" type with representation of Dionysus and satyr.
Terracotta. Augustan age
Baia, Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields.
3. CERAMICS. Rome.
Clay slab of the "Campana" type with representation of Dionysus and satyr.
Terracotta. Augustan age
Baia, Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields.
4. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Lenos-sarcophagus with representation of the triumph of Dionysus and shapes of lions (ĺđó right short side).
White (Asian?) marble. Second quarter of the 3rd cent. CE.
Baia, Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields.
5. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Lenos-sarcophagus with representation of the triumph of Dionysus and shapes of lions (ĺđó right short side).
White (Asian?) marble. Second quarter of the 3rd cent. CE.
Baia, Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields.
6. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Lenos-sarcophagus with representation of the triumph of Dionysus and shapes of lions.
White (Asian?) marble. Second quarter of the 3rd cent. CE.
Baia, Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields.
7. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Satyr pouring wine.
Marble. Roman copy of a Greek bronze original by Praxiteles of 370—360 BCE.
Inv. No. 23.22
Baltimore (USA), the Walters Art Museum.
8. GLYPTICS. Rome.
Ring decorated with a cameo depicting of Satyr and Nymph.
Gold, cornelian, onyx. Ca. 50 BCE — 20 CE.
Inv. No. Misc. 7066 = FG 11067.
Berlin, State Museums, Old Museum.
9. SCULPTURE. Greece.
Satyr.
Bronze. Ca. 160 BCE.
Height 15 cm.
Berlin, State Museums, Pergamon Museum.
10. SCULPTURE. Rome.
“The Resting Satyr”.
Marble. Roman copy of the 2nd cent. CE after a Praxiteles’ model ca. 340-330 BCE.
Height 180 cm.
Inv. No. 474.
Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek.
11. SCULPTURE. Rome.
“The Resting Satyr”.
Marble. Roman copy of the 2nd cent. CE after a Praxiteles’ model ca. 340-330 BCE.
Height 180 cm.
Inv. No. 474.
Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek.
12. SCULPTURE. Rome.
“The Resting Satyr”.
Marble. Roman copy of the 2nd cent. CE after a Praxiteles’ model ca. 340-330 BCE.
Height 180 cm.
Inv. No. 474.
Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek.
13. SCULPTURE. Rome.
“The Resting Satyr”. Detail.
Marble. Roman copy of the 2nd cent. CE after a Praxiteles’ model ca. 340-330 BCE.
Height 180 cm.
Inv. No. 474.
Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek.
14. SCULPTURE. Rome.
“The Resting Satyr”. Detail.
Marble. Roman copy of the 2nd cent. CE after a Praxiteles’ model ca. 340-330 BCE.
Height 180 cm.
Inv. No. 474.
Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek.
15. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Dionysos and satyr.
Marble. Roman copy of 120—140 CE after a Greek model.
Florence, Gallery of Uffizi.
16. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Satyrs and nymph (detail).
Marble. Second half of the 1st century CE.
Inv. No. 79613.
Herculaneum, Antiquarium (in depositarium).
17. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Satyrs and nymph.
Marble. Second half of the 1st century CE.
97 × 39 × 8 cm.
Inv. No. 79613.
Herculaneum, Antiquarium (in depositarium).
18. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Decorative relief, the so-called Campana plaque with relief representation of dionysiac scene.
Terracotta. 1st cent BCE — 1st cent. CE.
Inv. No. A 0004.92.
Milan, Civic Archaeological Museum.
19. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Campana plaque showing palaestra.
Terracotta, traces of paint. 1st cent CE.
Inv. No. AT 3700.
Moscow, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.
20. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Campana plaque showing two grieving male prisoners being drawn on a cart in a triumphal procession.
Terracotta, traces of paint. 1st cent BCE.
Inv. No. AT 3712.
Moscow, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.
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