The Baker Dancer 2007

Kiang, Dawson
December 2008
International Journal of the Classical Tradition;Dec2008, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p611
Academic Journal
The article reports on the implication of the grand reinstallation of the Greek and Roman Galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in April 2007 in New York City. It states that the event allowed veteran museum-goers, devotees of classical art, and scholars to witness the classical art collection of the gallery. The article also highlights the photographs of art "Baker Dance."


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