Archaic head of a woman in Late Daedalic style. The hair falls behind the big ears and shows the typical horizontal waves.
The triangular face with protruding eyes, outlined eyelids, a prominent nose and a small mouth.
The hair with traces of red pigment. Mold-made with flat back. Broken below the chin.
Publication records below joined:
H.A.C. Katalog 9. Kunstwerke archaischer Zeit. Basel 1998. Lot no. 16.
Cahn Auktionen AG, Auktion 7, 03. November 2012, lot no. 212.
Size: H. 5.5 cm, H. with stand 10.7 cm
Culture: Greek, Late Daedalic, 570-550 BC
Condition: Fragmentary, part of protome.
Provenance: Ex inventory Herbert A. Cahn and Jean-David Cahn, Basel. Publication records from 1998 and 2012 joined.
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- Daedalic griego
- Jefe, ex Galería Cahn
- Siglo / marco temporal
- Greek, Late Daedalic, 570-550 BC
- Fragmentario, buen estado