Greek and Roman

Cycladic Figure

Marble , H 13 ½

Cycladic Figure

Greek, Early Cycladic II, late Spedos variety, ca. 2500 B.C.

The most impressive and memorable type of marble figurines from the Cyclades is the canonical or folded-arm figure, carved according to strict conventions. This piece has been identified as the work of an artist known as the Goulandris Master.

Museum purchase, William H. Noble Bequest Fund


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