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Plaster Cast Collection

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
Selene Horse Head, Figure O   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast  438-432 BCE 
Two Female Attendants in the Peplos Ceremony, East Frieze, Block 5   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster cast from Pentelic marble original  ca. 442-438 BCE 
Crouching Aphrodite   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast   
Gaius or Lucius Caesar   Roman Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast  early 1st century CE 
Head of Athena   Phidias   Plaster Cast   
Socrates   Lysippos   Plaster Cast   
Banquet scene with woman and trees, King in bed (?)   Assyrian Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast   
Parthenon frieze   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast  442 BCE - 438 BCE 
Acroplis Museum, Athens (Plaster Cast)   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 
Story of Abraham (Sacrifice of Isaac)   Ghiberti, Lorenzo   Plast Cast   
Nike of Samothrace, after 1866     Plaster Cast   
Madonna (Pitti Tondo)   Italian Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast  1504-1505 
Athena and Theseus, metopoe, Athenian Treasury, Delphi   Greek Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast   
Dying Slave / Captive   Buonarroti, Michelangelo   Plaster Cast  1513 
Acropolis Museum, Athens     Plaster Cast  442 BCE-438 BCE 
Dying Lionness   Assyrian Artist, Unknown   Plaster Cast  ca. 645 BCE 
Cantoria (Singing Loft)   della Robbia, Andrea   Plaster Cast  ca. 1400-1482 

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