The Fairfield University Plaster Cast Collection comprises 90 historic plaster casts representing works of art from the Classical world through the Italian Renaissance. The collection emphasizes ancient Greece and the Parthenon and it has one of the largest Parthenon sculpture cast collections in the greater New York City region. A majority of the casts have been lent to the University on a long-term loan basis or gifted by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Additional gifts have been made by the Acropolis Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, the Slater Museum, and individuals.
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|Aphrodite or Olympias with head of St. Helena, mother of Constantine||Greek Artist, Unknown||Plaster Cast||ca. 440 BCE|
|Athena and Theseus||Greek Artist, Unknown||Plaster Cast||ca. 480 BCE|
|South Metope 31, Parthenon||Greek Artist, Unknown||Plaster cast from Pentelic marble original||447-442 BCE|
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