About: Andrea Arauz

I'm an intern at the Getty Research Institute and have been working in the Scholars Program since 2009. I've also begun my senior year at the University of California, Los Angeles, as an art history major. I'm thankful and excited to be part of the Getty—which is such a dynamic and innovative place—and to learn what it takes to maintain and grow such an institution.

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Study and Play for Visiting Scholars at the Getty Research Institute

Getty Research Institute visiting scholars on the GRI's West Terrace

Each year, the Getty Research Institute invites scholars and artists to work on projects that go hand in hand with a chosen theme. This year’s theme is The Display of Art, a broad, deep topic examining how ideas and objects… More»

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      Gold snake bracelet, worn on the wrist

      Romano-Egyptian, 3rd - 2nd century B.C. 

      Source: The J. Paul Getty Museum

      In the Hellenistic period, gold made available by new territorial conquests flooded the Greek world. 

      Combined with social and economic changes that created a wealthy clientele with a taste for luxury, this availability led to an immense outpouring of gold jewelry to meet the demand.

      Here’s a closer view of the detailing of the cross-hatching.

      05/05/16

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