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Lecture: Power and Pathos—Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World

November 15, 2015
Price Auditorium
Free with museum admission

Although bronze statues were produced in the thousands in ancient Greece, precious few examples have survived. The Getty Museum's Jens Daehner, co-curator of an groundbreaking exhibition of bronzes dating from the death of Alexander the Great to the establishment of the Roman Empire, present exciting recent discoveries alongside works that have been admired for centuries. This event is part of the Boshell Foundation Lecture Series.

Statue of Young Dionysos, 100 B.C.–A.D. 100. Anonymous loan.