New York, Park Avenue
30 May 1997
A LIMESTONE "SCULPTOR'S MODEL" OF A TORSO
dynasty xxx to ptolemaic period, 380-30 b.c.
Intentionally created without a head and limbs, sculpted with the left leg advanced, wearing an unpleated kilt belted tightly around the waist, articulating the tripartite torso
9¾in. (25cm.) high
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For a similar "Sculptor's model" in Berlin wearing a pleated kilt see no. 196 in Seipal, Gott, Mensch, Pharao.
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