Reclining Pan, c.1535
Attributed to Francesco da Sangallo, Italian, 1494–1576
St. Louis Art Museum
Pan lies on a rocky bed surrounded by vines, grape clusters, and a slithery salamander. Carved from marble in this sculpture, Pan the satyr, a half-human, half-goat creature of mythology is very well known for his bad behavior.
(Perfect placement, don’t you think?)