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Express Talk: New on View in Ancient Art

April 4, 2018
Meet in Griffin Court
Free with museum admission

New on View is a monthly series that highlights an artwork or exhibition that has recently been put on view in the galleries. Join assistant curator Katharine Raff for a closer look at an important long-term loan, a Roman sculpture depicting the Greek myth of Leda, the queen of Sparta, and her encounter with the supreme god Zeus in the guise of a swan.


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 Roman. Statuary Group of Leda and the Swan, late 1st/early 2nd century AD. Anonymous loan.