A man and a woman standing near a large bronze of a reclining male figure,
Il Regno: Getty Villa Presents Buried by Vesuvius: Treasures from the Villa dei Papiri
Engraved rear view of the Drunken Satyr from the front as he looked soon after being
Engraved front view of the Drunken Satyr from the front as he looked soon after being
J. Paul Getty Museum on Twitter: "Drunken Satyr, 1st century BC – 1st century AD, Roman. Bronze, H: 137 cm. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, inv.
Close-up of the Satyr's left hand and bent left arm that rests upon a
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Getty Villa: First Major Exhibition on The Villa Dei Papiri
An Introduction to the Drunken Satyr, A Rare Roman Bronze Being Studied and Conserved at the Getty Villa | The Getty Iris
Runner, 1st century BC – 1st century AD, bronze, 119 inches high (Naples: Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli; photo by Giorgio Albano).
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This fresco was excavated from a working farm destroyed by Vesuvius.
The Drunken Satyr. A true triumph of Hellenistic/Roman skill and artistry! The
Jean-Baptiste Huet, Activities on the Farm, ca.1795, copperplate-printed cotton, 89 × 72 inches (Saint Louis Art Museum)
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Detailed engraving of an Italian cityscape with a parade of cultural heritage treasures proceeding to the
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The drunken satyrs smile just could not be captured by a simple photo. #isitnaptimeyet
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Statue of Aeschines from the Villa. Displayed at the National Archaeological Museum, Naples.
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Reproductive print of Karl Weber's 1758 plan of the Villa dei Papiri; the original plan is held in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples and will be ...
Small Bust o Epikouros, 1st century BC-1st century AD, Roman, Bronze
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'House of the Drunken Faun, Pompeii' by Augustine Fitzgerald. Pompeii 1904 -
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In video, The Drunken Satyr, Buried by Vesuvius. Go behind.
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Original Bronze statue from House of Faun in Pompeii, National Archaeological Museum, Naples,
Antonio Canova, Dancer with Hands on Hips, 1811–12 (Saint Petersburg: State Hermitage Museum).
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Buried by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, this highlight from Italy's National Archaeological Museum of Naples is the subject of a multi-month conservation ...
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Farnese Bull in National Museum of Archaeology in Naples
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#Conservators at @gettyvilla have been studying the Drunken Satyr for a few months now
Records from July 1759, five years after the Satyr's rediscovery, indicate that it was undergoing restoration at the nearby royal palace of Portici, ...
A sculpture of a drunken satyr
Bust of a Satyr from Aphrodisias, Turkey with inset eyes Roman Gray Marble 1st century BCE to 3rd century CE
Statue of a Satyr Bronze, 1st century AD House of the Centenary, Pompeii
The Drunken Satyr—in a specially designed crate—is carefully handled as it leaves the National Archaeological Museum of Naples for the Getty Villa in Los ...
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Giambattista Tiepolo, Perseus and Andromeda, ca. 1730–31, oil on canvas (New York: The Frick Collection).
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Restored Villa of the Papyri.
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Barberini Faun or Drunken Satyr, Glyptothek, Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Stock Image
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... a satyr points skyward, as drunken satyrs are wont to do since they are followers of the god of revelry, Bacchus. The satyr is half man and half goat (I ...
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Very happy to have contributed to the painstaking restauration of the Drunken Satyr, 1st century
Bust of Pseudo-Seneca, 1st century BC - 1st century AD, Roman,
Nicolaes Berchem, 'The Shepherd Playing the Flute', etching; sheet: 8 × 6 inches (Saint Louis Art Museum).
Fresco of Garden Scene Painted plaster, 20 BC-40AD Found in the area of
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Farnese Sculptures in Naples