26 April 2006
A GREEK MONUMENTAL MARBLE HEAD OF A GODDESS
LAST QUARTER OF 5TH CENTURY B.C.
The over-lifesize head with upturned gaze, the goddess with long wavy hair swept back, falling to the nape of her neck and tied with a ribbon around the head
15 in. (38 cm.) high
Acquired on the New York art market, early 1990s.
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This lot is accompanied by a certificate from The Art Loss Register.
See in illustrations on pages 48 and 97.
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