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Giacinto Brandi
Diana and Satyr
17th century
Museum Purchase
1947/2.1

Untitled
1604
1997/1.271
The ewer in this drawing is decorated with cavorting satyrs, lions, and grotesque masks.
Mathias Zündt
Decorative Ewer with Satyrs
1551 – 1572
Museum Purchase
1960/2.21
This small bust-length figure represents a mustached satyr turning his head toward his left. He wears an animal skin tied at his right shoulder over his bare chest. The liquid character of the cast bronze admirably captures the rippling muscles of the satyr's chest and the flowing curls of his hair and the animal pelt.
Massimiliano Soldani Benzi
Bust of a Satyr
1690 – 1700
Gift of Anonymous Donors for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1970/1.193
The body of the tankard is decorated with two narrow bands of gilded abstract vegetal ornament around the neck and base, separated by a wider band that features three repoussé medallions alternating with three bosses. Each medallion depicts a standing nude female: one of the nudes appears in an interior holding a dagger to her chest; another holds a sword and a man's head and stands beside a female companion; the third holds an elongated arrow with a blindfolded cupid at her feet. The cast handle consists of a clawed bird's foot grasping a ball at the base, followed by a satyr mask, a bound female nude, and, surmounting the handle, the bust of a warrior. The lid, a later addition, bears a wreath with a series of initials and the date 1639.
German
Tankard with Lid and scenes of Judith, Lucretia, and Venus
1600 – 1639
Museum Purchase
1966/2.18
This chalk drawing on laid paper is vertically oriented. It is executed in black and red chalk, heightened with white, on tan paper. The piece is dominated with a dancing child satyr with goat legs and curly hair.  He is wearing a redish cape. With one foot on the ground and one in the air, he is visible from his right side and he holds a small horn and a tambourine.  He looks to the sky with his mouth agape. Several blades of grass suggest the ground below him. <br />
Jacob Jordaens
Dancing Satyr with Tambourine and Horn
17th century
Museum Purchase
1974/1.135
This monochromatic photolithograph has a large image on the lower portion of the page and text at the top. Below, the scene has a satyr writing a motorcycle at the center. He is chasing a nude woman off, who runs off the right side of the image. Above, the text reads, "HOW TO SPEND TIME IN HOLLYWOOD / ADD HOLYWOOD IDOCY: STUDIOS DOCK A 522 _ A _ WEEK WORKER WHO IS ILL, YET PAY AN AUTHOR $18,000 TO SIT AROUND AND KNIT A SCARF", etc.
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi (British (modern))
How to spend time in Hollywood
1965 – 1970
Gift of Professor Diane M. Kirkpatrick
2000/2.14.36

French (French (culture or style))
Self-Portrait with Allegorical Figures
18th century
Purchased from the Estate of Edward Sonnenschein
1970/2.102
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