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Peter and Pan: From Ancient Greece to Neverland

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Peter and Pan: From Ancient Greece to Neverland

Opening 11June 2019 / closing 11 December 2019

The god Pan seated on a rock, holding a flute and cluster of grapes.
2nd century CE Roman copy of Greek original
Provenance Rome, Italy
Inv. Number Ma 266 MR 313
Height H. 174 cm; L. 88 cm; W. 80 cm.
Marble. Weight 2, 5 t.
Louvre Museum, Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities
Statuette of the god Pan
Hellenistic Period, 306 BCE- 64 BCE
Provenance: Apollonia Pontica (current day Bulgaria) or Cyzica (current day Turkey)
Inv. Number MND 2064- Br 4359
Height 56 cm, weight 7.97, Cast Bronze
Louvre Museum, Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities
Mirror Box showing the god Pan and Maenad
Third quarter of the 4th century BCE
Provenance: Nemea, Greece
Inv. Number MNC 1286- Br- 1710
Diameter 14.5 cm, Bronze
Louvre Museum, Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities
Votive relief with Hermes leading the Nymphs and Pan
Provenance: Piraeus
Inv. Number 3835
Date: Early Hellenistic
Height: 25 cm
Width: 43 cm
Depth: 5.5 cm
Weight: 16kg
Dimensions of base: WxDxH 44.5 x 7.5 x 5cm
National Archaeological Museum / Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports
Votive relief with Pan, Men and Nymph
Provenance: Athens
Inv. Number 1444
Date: Early Roman Imperial
Height: 41 cm
Width: 46 cm
Depth: 9.5 cm
Weight: 42kg
National Archaeological Museum / Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports
Statue of a standing Pan in himation holding a syrinx
Provenance: Athens, West Slope of the Acropolis
Inv. Number 3534
Date: Roman Imperial
Height: 87 cm
Width: 29 cm
Depth: 21 cm
Weight: 39 kg
Dimensions of base: WxDxH 26 x 21 x 7.5cm
National Archaeological Museum / Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports
Small altar with two standing figures of Pan and votive inscription.
Provenance: Athens, West Slope of the Acropolis
Height: 34 cm
Width: 17 cm
Depth: 13 cm
Weight: 10 kg
Inv. Number 3532
Date: Roman Imperial
National Archaeological Museum / Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports
Pair of Costumes given by Miss Pauline Chase to Jean Forbes Robertson, who took over the part of Peter Pan
Date: 1920's

Provenance: England
On loan from the National Trust for Scotland, J.M Barrie's Birthplace.