Massive facelift for ‘Juno’ at the MFA Dogged sleuthing, sculptor’s finesse help recreate classical statue’s lost profile ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Museum of Fine Arts, Boston In the winter of 2011, the head was removed and then packed for the trip to the MFA. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The steel crate containing “Juno” was lowered carefully through the skylight in March of 2012. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Joe Morgan and Paul Picardi placed the head on the pedestal in the gallery in April of 2012. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The statue's face showing the damaged nose. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The 13-foot sculpture’s body at its new MFA home in 2012. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff “Juno,” covered in cloth, before her conservation work. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Bandages helped hold the statue’s new features in place as they set. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A look at the new face of “Juno” this week. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff “She looks beautiful,” said curator Christine Kondoleon.