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Cycladic Art (3000-1400 BCE)

"Early Cycladic figurine. Original Marble statue of a woman, belonging to the characteristic folded-arm type. It was found on Amorgos and it is the largest known example of the Cycladic sculpture. National Archeological Museum in Athens Inv. no. 3978. The recognition of distinct artistic personalities in Cycladic sculpture is based upon recurring systems of proportion and details of execution. Elegant human body with a distinct mannerism is characteristic of the Bastis Master. Since ancient artists were unknown, the artworks are given conventional designations. The Bastis Master is named after a distinguished private collector of this piece. The Metropolitan Museum of Art"

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