16 June 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
TWO GREEK BRONZE BULLS
CIRCA LATE 8TH AND 7TH CENTURY B.C.
One early Archaic Period, standing on four splayed legs, massive in form with a thick tubular body, short muzzle, prominent dewlap and short peaked horns, the tail projecting, the genitalia rendered; and one Geometric Period, standing with a long tubular body, cylindrical muzzle, high curving horns, bulging eyes, prominent dewlap and long tail, the genitalia rendered
Second: 2¼ in. (5.7 cm.) high (2)
First: with C. Dikran Kelekian, New York, 1966.
Second: Vladimir Golschmann Collection.
with J.J. Klejman, New York, 1967.
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Second: City Art Museum of St. Louis.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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