Fairfield University's plaster cast collection began in 1991 with 37 casts on long-term renewable loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Today, thanks to a series of gifts from private collectors and museums, the collection comprises over 90 casts representing the Ancient Near East, Greece, Rome, Medieval France, and Renaissance Italy.
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|Title||Artist||Medium & Support||Creation Date|
|Horse Head, Figure O, from Selene's Chariot||Greek Artist, Unknown||Plaster Cast||438-432 BCE|
|Two Female Attendants in the Peplos Ceremony||Greek Artist, Unknown||Plaster cast from Pentelic marble original||ca. 442-438 BCE|
|Parthenon frieze||Greek Artist, Unknown||Plaster Cast||442 BCE - 438 BCE|
|Detail of horse and standing male figure. Parthenon West Frieze, block 12||Greek Artist, Unknown||Plast Cast||442 BCE - 438 BCE|
|Acropolis Museum, Athens||Greek Artist, Unknown||Plaster Cast||442 BCE-438 BCE|
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