Collection

Greek and Roman

Statuette of a Reclining Banqueter

Cast and incised bronze , H 2 ½ x W 4 ½

Statuette of a Reclining Banqueter

Etruscan, late 6th century-early 5th century B.C.

This lively and spirited reclining youth, leaning with his left elbow on a cushion, was most likely one of several similar banqueters attached to the rim of a large vessel. The statuette dates to a time when Etruscan art was closely related to Greek art.

Gift of Arthur Sachs

1952.26

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