Gift of the Estate of Jacob Hirsch in memory of Dr. & Mrs. Jacob Hirsch
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 171
The Silenus wears a fawn skin and ivy wreath. There is silver inlay on the hair, the body and the whites of the eyes. There is copper inlay on the lips, ivy berries, and spots on the fawn skin as well as the inside of the skin which folds over at the top.
Said to be from Ephesos
Alexander, Christine. 1958. "Newly Acquired Bronzes." The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, 17(3): p. 91.
Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1987. Greece and Rome. no. 97, p. 128, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.