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Plaster Cast Collection

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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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Centaur Fighting Lapith   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster cast from Pentelic marble original in the British Museum, London   447 BCE - 442 BCE 
Horses, with Man Fastening Sandal, Parthenon, West Frieze, Slab XV   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster cast from Pentelic marble original  442 BCE - 438 BCE 
Assembly of the Gods, Dionysos, Demeter, East Frieze 4, Parthenon   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster cast from Pentelic marble original  ca. 442 BCE - 438 BCE 
Boys Leading Rams to Sacrifice   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster cast after Pentelic marble original in the Acropolis Museum, Athens   ca. 442 BCE - 438 BCE 
Riders, North Frieze, Block 31, Parthenon   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster cast after Pentelic marble original  442 BCE - 438 BCE 
Athena and Theseus   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast  ca. 480 BCE 
Nike Tying Her Sandal (Sandalbinder)   Kallimachos   PlasterPlaster cast from marble original in the Acropolis Museum, Athens Cast  421-413 BCE 
Crucifixion, Siena Pulpit   Pisano, Nicola   Plaster cast after marble original  after 1260 
Discus-thrower   Rampin Master   Plaster cast from Pentelic marble original  550 BCE 
The Strangford Shield   Roman Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast  101-200 CE 

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