Nike Tying Her Sandal (Sandalbinder)
Artist: Kallimachos (active )
The sculpture represented by this cast was originally located on a parapet wall that surrounded the Temple of Athena Nike on three sides of the bastion just to the right of the Propylaia. As visitors in antiquity arrived at the steps to the Acropolis, they would have seen this Nike facing outward on the marble parapet, along with several other examples of Nike approaching a seated Athena.
Kallimachos (possibly attributed to)
(Greek, active 2nd half of 5th century BCE)
Nike Tying her Sandal (Sandalbinder), 421-413 BCE
Plaster cast from marble original, Acropolis Museum, Athens
Gift of the First Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical
Antiquities—Acropolis Museum, Athens, 2010
First Ephorate of Prehistoric & Classical Antiquities, Acropolis Museum, Athens (now called the Acropolis Restoration Project ); gift 2010 to the Fairfield University Art Musuem (now called the Fairfield University Art Museum).
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