Volume 2/1975


The J. Paul Getty Museum Journal: Volume 2/1975


126 pages

PDF file size: 12.6 MB


The J. Paul Getty Museum Journal is a compendium of articles and notes pertaining to the Museum’s three collections—Greek and Roman antiquities, European paintings, and French decorative arts. The first two issues deal solely with antiquities and are intended as a tribute to Bernard Ashmole. This volume includes a note by J. Paul Getty and essays by Bonnie M. Kingsley, Jiří Frel, Steven Lattimore, Joan R. Mertens, Mary Moore, Norman Neuerburg, Al. N. Oikonomides, Martin Robertson, Kondrad Schauenburg, Gerda Schwarz, David L. Thompson, Jochen R. A. Twele, Cornelius Vermeule, David Rinne and Jiří Frel, Michael Vickers, and Leslie E. Preston.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • The Stele of Myttion
    Bonnie M. Kingsley
  • The Telemachos Workshop
    Jiří Frel
  • Two Statues of Herakles
    Steven Lattimore
  • A White Lekythos in the Getty Museum
    Joan R. Mertens
  • The Cottenham Relief
    Mary Moore
  • Mosaic of a Lion Attacking a Horse
    Norman Neuerburg
  • Two Attic Funerary Stelai in the J. Paul Getty Museum
    Al. N. Oikonomides
  • A Red-Figured Lekythos
    Martin Robertson
  • Zu zwei Sarkophagplatten in J. Paul Getty Museum
    Kondrad Schauenburg
  • Zum sogenannten Eubouleus
    Gerda Schwarz
  • Four “Fayum Portraits” in the Getty Museum
    David L. Thompson
  • Columellam… aut mensam… aut labellum
    Jochen R. A. Twele
  • The Westmacott Jupiter
    Cornelius Vermeule
  • The Westmacott Jupiter, Addendum
    David Rinne and Jiří Frel
  • Mantegna and the Ara Pacis
    Michael Vickers
  • Four Boeotian Ape Figurines from the J. Paul Getty Museum
    Leslie E. Preston