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A large portion of LACMA’s ancient Greek and Roman art collection was donated by William Randolph Hearst, the publishing magnate, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. This South Italian vase in the “red-figure” style is currently on public view in the Ahmanson Building, floor 3. [Attributed to Python (Greece, South Italian, Paestan, active mid 4th century B.C.), Bell-Krater with (A) the Centaur Chiron Accompanied by a Satyr and (B) Two Youths, circa 350-325 B.C., William Randolph Hearst Collection] #lacma #greekandroman #centaur

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