A Zoo in Stone: Animal Sculpture in Classical and Neoclassical Rome | Virtual Lecture

Art History Lectures with Rebecca Albiani

Thursday, May 12, 2022
11:00am – 12:30 pm


The Vatican Museum’s stirring “Sala degli Animali” shows how ancient sculptors used marble and colored stone to capture their dramatic motifs and how 18th-century sculptors often fancifully restored classical fragments.

Statua di Caprone, Imperial Era, Fondazione Torlonia, Giustiniani Collection


Series Pass
Member: $75
Non-member: $100
Student: $40

Individual Tickets
Member: $8.50
Non-member: $11
Student: $5


For the 2021-22 virtual season, you may purchase a series pass in advance of the start of the season or at any point during the season or you may purchase individual tickets at any point during the season.


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