London, South Kensington
25 April 2001
A GREEK PAINTED TERRACOTTA FIGURE OF PAN
MID-4TH CENTURY B.C.
Either a statue of the god or an actor playing his role, with goat-headed horned mask, the nude figure standing with chlamys over his left shoulder, his left hand on hip and right arm holding an object by his side, his feet terminating in hooves, with pink and blue over white slip, rectangular vent behind, on integral base
7 in. (17.9 cm.) high
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Ink inscribed label "29.1.27 V55 (44)".
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