This imposing statue belongs to a group of only three others almost certainly by the same sculptor. The hallmarks of this sculptor include the large gap between the incised pubic triangle and the top of the leg cleft; the spinal groove not joining the incised neckline or leg groove; and the rear grooves not aligned. The three parallels include two fragments preserved from the neck to the knees only and a statue in the Norton Simon Collection preserved to the knees. For the Norton Simon statue cf. J. Thimme (ed.), Art and Culture of the Cyclades, Chigaco, 1977, no. 156. For the Keros group, cf. P. Getz-Preziosi, Sculptors of the Cyclades: Individual and Tradition in the Third Millennium B.C., Michigan, 1987, pp. 134-138.