A LARGE CYCLADIC MARBLE FEMALE TORSO
LATE SPEDOS VARIETY, CIRCA 2500-2400 B.C.
From a reclining figure, sculpted with the arms folded right below left, the shoulders sloping and angular, the shallow breasts placed far apart, the hips rounded, the midsection bulging slightly, the pubic triangle marked by incision, the upper section of the deep cleft separating the legs preserved on the front and back, a shallow groove down the center of the back, with a groove at the back of each arm and incision at the lower edge of the neck
9¼ in. (23.4 cm.) high