|Established||1954, reopened 2006|
|Location||17985 Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Palisades, California|
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|Collection size||44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities|
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Note: Ticket must be punched by bus operator in order to enter the Getty Villa
The Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades, California, USA, is one of two locations of the J. Paul Getty Museum. The Getty Villa is an educational center and museum that covers the arts and cultures of Ancient Greece, Rome, and Etruria. The collection has 44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities dating from 6,500 BC to 400 AD. The UCLA/Getty Master’s Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation is here. The online GettyGuide as well as through audio tours tell about the items owned by the museum.
The collection has 44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities dating from 6,500 BC to 400 AD. Among the outstanding items is Victorious Youth, one of few life-size Greek bronze statues to have survived to modern times. The Lansdowne Heracles is a Roman sculpture that was probably copied from an older Greek statue. The Villa also has jewelry and coin collections. The Villa's library has 20,000 books covering art from these periods. The Villa also displays the 'Getty kouros', which the museum lists as "Greek, about 530 B.C., or modern forgery" because scientific analysis is inconclusive as to whether the marble statue can be dated back to Greek times. If genuine, the Getty kouros is one of only twelve remaining intact kouroi. The Marbury Hall Zeus is a 81 in (2.1 m) tall marble statue that was recovered from the ruins at Tivoli near Rome.
The "GettyGuide" has detailed information about the items owned by the museum. This is available both at the Museum, at various points known as "GettyGuide stations", and externally on its website.
Gallery within the Villa
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The outer peristyle, viewed from above
- Lansdowne Herakles.JPG
The Lansdowne Herakles, part of the museum's collection
- Kouros Real or Fake.jpg
Getty kouros, part of the museum's collection
- Head of Athena Getty Villa.jpg
Athena, Goddess of war, civilization, wisdom, strength, strategy, crafts, justice and skill
Main Courtyard of the Villa
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- "Marbury Hall Zeus". Getty Trust. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
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