This double-headed faun (boy on one side, girl on the other side of the same sculpture) is a limited edition bronze, hand-crafted by Los Angeles artist Tamara Hensick for LACMA. It is her personal and charming interpretation of a Janiform Herm given to LACMA by William Randolph Hearst.
The original bronze was found near Pompeii. It is believed to have been made for a Roman villa and used as a finial on a balustrade. The two faces represent Pan, the god of nature as a young man, along with his female counterpart.
- Approximately 4 inches high