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Cycladic marble pair of legs attributed to the Goulandris Sculptor
Cycladic marble pair of legs attributed to the Goulandris Sculptor - Ancient Art Style
Ref : 84553
16 000 €
Period :
BC to 10th century
Provenance :
Cycladic art, Early Bronze Age II. Late Spedos, c. 2500-2400 BC
Medium :
White marble
Dimensions :
H. 6.38 inch
Galerie David Ghezelbash

Ancien Art & Antiquities


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Cycladic marble pair of legs attributed to the Goulandris Sculptor

Broken just above the grooves marking the knees, further grooves marking the transition at the ankles circle both legs. The feet angled down with long, distinct toes. A deep cleft separates the legs front and back.
The complete figure from which these legs originated would have measured approximately 66 cm, a large figure and, as such, rare for works by the Goulandris Sculptor. The name piece of the Goulandris Sculptor (Athens, Goulandris Collection 281, illustrated in P. Getz-Gentle, 'Personal Styles in Early Cycladic Sculpture', Wisconsin, 2001, pl.75, no.27 and) is the one work of similar scale.

Galerie David Ghezelbash

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Ancient Art