|Head of Hades, about 400 - 300 B.C.|
Source: J. Paul Getty Museum inv. 85.AD.105
The pieces from the Getty are (with some additional information supplied by me):
23. Incense Burner Supported by Nike. 86.AD.681. [no. 5] 'Restored from a number of fragments'. 'European Art Market'. [Which dealer?]
92. Head of Hades. From Morgantina. 85.AD.105. Formerly Robin Symes; Maurice Temepelsman. The head will be returning to Italy.
93. Head of goddess. 76.AD.34. Gift of Max Gerchik.
96. Footed dinos attributed to the Syleus Painter. 89.AE.73. [no. 5]. Attribution by J.R. Guy. 'Reconstructed from fragments'. 'European Art Market'. [Which dealer?]
98. Disk with a Head of Medusa (Oscillum). 71.AD.255.
106. Statuette of a woman with child. 71.AD.347
109. Statuette of a pig. 78.AD.346. Gift of David Collins.
117. Apulian Krater fragment attributed to the Black Fury Group. 86.AE.417. [no. 7] 'Walter and Molly Bareiss Collection'. [Bareiss no. 44, checklist no. 221] Attribution by A.D. Trendall.
119. Statuette of Odysseus under a ram. 79.AD.37. Gift of Lee Rizzuto.
121. Mixing Vessel with Odysseus under a ram. 96.AE.303. Gift of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman. [Fleischman no. 289.]
135. Comic Mask of a Satyr. 96.AD.305. Gift of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman. [Fleischman no. 291.]
142. Statuette of a Dancer Playing the Lyre. 73.AD.151
144. Sicilian Calyx krater attributed to the Group of Louvre K240. 96.AE.30. Gift of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman. [Fleischman no. 64.]
It is significant that the Head of Hades (no. 92) is included. But what collecting histories will be provided for nos. 23 and 96? And what about the sources for nos 121, 135, and 144? Or no. 93?
The exhibition appears to be including the Morgantina silver hoard now in Aidone.