Attic Red-Figure Footed Dinos, about 470 B.C., Attributed to the Syleus Painter (Greek (Attic), active 490–470 B.C.) Terracotta

Drawing from Antiquity: The Cycle of Death and Rebirth: Seasons in Ancient Greece


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In ancient Greece, the cycle of death and rebirth was linked with the agricultural seasons and the regeneration of vegetation. Artworks in the Museum's collection depict personifications of the Four Seasons and important deities related to cyclical change. In this workshop, practice drawing gods and goddesses associated with death and rebirth. Supplies are provided, and all skill levels are welcome. Sign up begins 15 minutes before the start of the program at the Tour Meeting Place. This is a free program.

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