Past Exhibition

Best of Both Worlds

September 9, 2000 – January 13, 2001

Best of Both Worlds explores human and divine realms in classical art through approximately eighty objects of Greek and Roman art on loan from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. A wide variety of classical themes are presented, including gods and goddesses, heroes and heroines, mortal men and women, and animals, both real and divine. Objects include superb examples of Attic Black and Red-figure pottery, sculpture in marble and bronze, and a number of terra cotta lamps.