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As I began this assignment of investigating how a work of art appears in person rather then as a computer reproduction I ran across a fairly large problem As I got to the museum and opened my notes I discovered that I was missing the information on which specific artwork I had chosen Rather than leave the museum and return home to find the information I decided that I would stay there and find something that really interested me As I entered the Greek and Roman Art corridor of the museum I saw a life size marble statue of a boy with his hands tying something around his head I approached the work of art which was perched on a platform about three feet high and was completely open to the public I was able to get so close to the statue that I actually got in trouble for touching it to feel the texture of the different parts of the creation When I returned home with all of the information that I consumed from the museum I proceeded to go on-line and experience the art piece as a computer reproduction Unfortunately as I searched the web site of The Metropolitan Museum of Art I was unable to find any information on the marble statue of the Diadoumenous youth tying a fillet around his head which was from the Roman flavian period ca AD 69-96 As I searched and searched the web site and couldnt find the information I decided that I would continue to use the information that I had originally obtained I chose not to return to the museum since I had spent more money than I expected to on my visit 500 for admission 600 for the Lincoln Tunnel and 2500 for parking I was also very interested with my information discovered about the statue I had chosen Upon my entrance into the museum I was
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