Parthenon, East Pediment, fig. K
- Parthenon, East Pediment, fig. K
- Cornell Cast Collection
- Unknown (supervised by Phidias)
- ca. 1890-1900
- Athens, Greece (original)
- Sage no. 174|sticker: 174|365
- Original Culture:
- Original Style:
- High Classical
- Work Type:
- casts (sculpture)
- plaster cast (sculpture)|marble sculpture in the round (original)
- Parthenon (Athens, Greece)
Hestia (Greek deity)
Leton (Greek deity)
- Image View Description:
- from side
- Image View Type:
- 72 (max. H) x 62 (W) cm
- This is a large portion of a cast of fig. K, frequently identified as Hestia or Leto, from the east pediment of the Parthenon. It preserves the torso of the seated female figure broken at the waist. Her head is missing here, as in the original, and she wears a sleeved chiton that falls in folds, clinging to her body.
- Bottom part broken
some surface chipping
- Belongs with ID no. 186.
- Olga Palagia, The Pediments of the Parthenon (Leiden: Brill, 1993)
P.P. Caproni and brother, Catalogue of Plaster Reproductions from Antique, Medieval and Modern Sculpture (Boston, MA, 1911), 23
- Cornell University (current)
London, British Museum (original)
- Repository Location:
- Collecting Program:
- Cornell Collections of Antiquities
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