A GREEK MARBLE DRAPED FEMALE
CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.
Standing with her weight on her right leg, her left pulled back and bent at the knee, wearing a floor-length chiton with long overfold, swallow-tail folds along her right side, her sandaled right foot emerging from below the hem, with a himation wrapped over her shoulders, diagonally across her body and hanging over her now-missing left forearm, its deep U-shaped folds contrasting with the overlapping vertical folds of the chiton, the now-missing forearms originally pinned in place, the right arm likely akimbo
20 in. (50.8 cm.) high