The Mantua-born Renaissance sculptor Antico, who received his nickname due to his passion for works of antiquity and capacity to channel the same into his own, cut his teeth as a goldsmith and earned his keep as a court sculptor. (The immense wealth of the Gonzaga family kept him well funded.) He reduced the monumental to the manually manageable in his creation of bronze statuettes, busts and medals inspired by much larger-scale masterworks by admired predecessors. This gathering of works from American and European collections represents the greater share of the artist's extant output. Exhibits like this, be aware, are very rare. Be sure to catch a glimpse of the splendor while it's there.