Recto (a): Front of a sarcophagus: centaur and satyr wrestling; an athletic herm looking on.
Recto (b): Bacchic sarcophagus - left end, showing Pan carried by cupids and a satyr.
Verso: (a): Two pen and ink studies of a cupid from the so-called Throne of Saturn.
Verso (b): Dancing female figure in a chiton.
All are pen, ink and brown wash.
- Height: 114 millimetres ((a))
- Width: 163 millimetres ((a))
- Height: 114 millimetres ((b))
- Width: 135 millimetres ((b))
The original is unrestored in Rome, Vatican, Sala delle Muse.
The original is in London, British Museum Cat. Sculpture 2298B.
The original is in Paris, Louvre.
The original has not been found.
Greek & Roman Antiquities
- fol. 9 (New Drawings)
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Object reference number: GAA83385
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