Thésée combattant le centaure Biénor (première version)
Theseus and the Centaur Bianor (first version)
plaster with wax coating
Dimensions (HxWxD): 13 3⁄4 x 14 1⁄8 in.
Acc. No.: 2000.2
Credit Line: Purchase with general funds and funds from the bequest of Harry A. Pfiffner, Irene and Howard Stein, and Mrs. Harold B. Friedman
Photo credit: courtesy High Museum of Art, Atlanta
- 2000, Purchase with general funds and funds from the bequest of Harry A. Pfiffner, Irene and Howard Stein, and Mrs. Harold B. Friedman
- Museum's website, June 10, 2013
- 2005 Atlanta
High Museum of Art: selected works from the collection, Seattle, Marquand Books, 2005, p. 99, repr.
- 2006 Johnston and Kelly
William R. Johnston and Simon Kelly, Untamed: The Art of Antoine-Louis Barye, Baltimore, The Walters Art Museum, 2006, p. 164-165 no. 63 (bronze of first version, Theseus and the Centaur Bianor, modeled c. 1846-1848; the second version, A Centaur and a Lapith, plaster exhibited at the Salon of 1850, is distinguished by the sharper angle of the centaur's bent foreleg and the higher, rocky base with its flourishing plants)
- 2011 Atlanta
Toulouse-Lautrec & Friends: The Irene and Howard Stein Collection, Atlanta, High Museum of Art, January 29-May 1, 2011, curated by David Brenneman, p. 127, cat. no. 64