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Ancient Art
Artist: Timotheos, Greek, active 380-350 B.C.

Restorations (Head, Left Arm with Drapery, Swan’s Neck from a statue of Leda and the Swan, copy of the Greek original by Timotheos, ca. 370 BC)

1700–1900

Marble

9 1/4 × 6 1/4 × 7 1/2 in. (23.5 × 15.9 × 19 cm)
Head: H 23.5 cm. (9 1/4 in.), W: 15 7/8 cm (6 3/4 in.) D: 19 cm. (7 1/2 in.)
left arm & drapery H: 73 cm. (28 3/4 in.) W: 44 cm. (17 3/8 in.) swan’s neck H: 19 cm. (7 1/2 in.)
max Diam: 6 cm. (2
Funding provided by Arthur G. Altschul, B.A. 1943; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bareiss, B.S. 1940S; Peggy and Richard M. Danziger, LL.B. 1963; George Hopper Fitch, B.A. 1932; Allen Grover, B.A. 1922; the Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., Class of 1913, Fund; Henry J. Heinz II, B.A. 1931; H. John Heinz III, B.A. 1960; Alexander K. McLanahan, B.A. 1949; and Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule III
1986.1.2a-c
Culture: 
Greek or Roman
Period: 
18th or 19th century A.D.
Classification: 
Sculpture
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