If you're like me, you have particular works on your list to see that for whatever reason have eluded you. Sometimes the opportunity doesn't come along to visit their city, or they're not on display when you do visit. For me, one of those works is the famed "Statue of Meleager" at the Fogg Museum at Harvard:
My own work is heavily influenced by this one incredible sculpture - a 100-200 AD marble Roman copy of the 400 BC bronze original attributed to Skopas. I even painted a copy for my "Industrial Fragments" series, which was featured on Weyerhaeuser's Facebook page via the painting's owner Jonathan Rundle.
"Industrial Fragment 3", acrylic on polypropylene, 13" x 19", 2011