after Phidias (5th century BC)
Art / Sculpture
wood & plaster
90 x 330 mmOrder this image
Calke Abbey, Derbyshire (Accredited Museum)
Miniature plaster replica of the Parthenon frieze, framed in sections in mahogany cases with glass on top. The frieze sculpture relief is moulded in section and the sections joined within the frame. i). A short frame containing one section of plaster Parthenon frieze with a short section and a blank. On the right, the rear of a cow is disappearing with a woman. In the main section is a fight with some figures fallen, others with oval shields. See CAL/SC/105g for photo. See also CAL/SC/105a-m.
Makers and roles
after Phidias (5th century BC), sculptor