Kathryn Gleason is an expert on Roman gardens and a pioneer in the field of garden archaeology, an exciting and relatively new field. In advance of her lecture on Roman gardens this Saturday at the Getty Villa, she spoke to… More»
“Though I called them satyrs, they showed nothing of the satyr except little horns and a goatish head; all the rest of their form was human.”
A satyr designed by Benvenuto Cellini, but cast by an unknown artist. Cellini was fired from his palace gig and left his wax molds behind.