The style of this large Late Spedos marble figure has much in common with the Naxos Museum Master. One of the characteristics of this Bronze Age sculptor is the omission of the mid-section. Also typical are the oval head with a small, high-placed nose, and thick forearms with the fingers incised. For the Naxos Museum Master, see pp. 81-83 in P. Getz-Gentle, Personal Styles in Early Cycladic Sculpture, and for a smaller work now in the National Archeological Museum, Athens, relatively close in style to the figure under discussion, see pl. 69a in Getz-Gentle, op. cit.