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Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture

Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
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Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Cycladic Museum Idol Spedos Variety Replica - 22cm Greek Marble Sculpture
Experience the elegance of Greek heritage with our handmade 22cm sculpture. Crafted from authentic Greek white marble, this Cycladic Museum Idol of the Spedos Variety replica is a timeless masterpiece that brings ancient art into your home.
 Inspired by the famous marble Cycladic idols and adds a Greek touch at your space. The Cycladic idols are the first sample of art of the Ancient Greek civilization, found in the islands of Cyclades (2800-2300 BC).
Features:
Condition: New, reproduction handmade in Greece.
Height: 22cm - 8,66 inches 
Width: 5cm - 1.96 inches 
Length: 5cm - 1.96 inches
Weight: 0.565Kg
Material: Real Greek Marble 
MPN: gs14-82-02sga
 
Details:
Title: Cycladic Museum Head of Idol Copy 11,5cm - 4.5in Handmade Sculpture Real Greek White Marble
Creator: Unknown
Date Created:Greece Early Cycladic II - Syros Phase 2800 b.C. - 2300 b.C.
Provenance: Naxos?, Cyclades
Period: Early Bronze Age
Culture: Cycladic
Type: figurine
Medium: marble

The swollen abdomen seems to indicate a state of pregnancy, a feature observed on several female figurines and has led scholars to interpret them as fertility deities, but this is far from certain. Various features regarded as female (such as the swollen belly, breasts, folds in the abdomen) are sometimes displayed on male figurines too, probably due to the lack of special care of the prehistoric craftsman in rendering the gender or other anatomical details. However, the use of figurines might have been more complex than we assume, and the variety of their typology is related to their different functions.

Marble carving is the most characteristic product of Cycladic culture, and the abstract forms of its figurines have influenced several twentieth and twenty-first century artists, such as Constantin Brancusi, Amedeo Modigliani, Alberto Giacometti, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, and Ai Weiwei. 

Although Cycladic marble figurines and vases appeal to the modern viewer for their almost translucent whiteness, their creators loved colour and used it liberally on these objects for both practical and symbolic reasons.
The Cycladic islands of the Aegean were first inhabited by voyagers from Asia Minor around 3000 BCE and certain prosperity was achieved thanks to the wealth of natural resources on the islands such as gold, silver, copper, obsidian, and marble. This prosperity allowed for a flourishing of the arts and the uniqueness of Cycladic art is perhaps best illustrated by their clean-lined and minimalistic sculpture which is amongst the most distinctive art produced throughout the Bronze Age Aegean. These figurines were produced from 3000 BCE until around 2000 BCE when the islands became increasingly influenced by the Minoan civilization based on Crete. Small statuettes were sculpted from local coarse-grained marble and although different forms were produced, all share the same characteristics of being highly stylized with only the most general and prominent body features represented. The earliest examples were produced in the Neolithic period and were made until around 2500 BCE.

All of the copies of famous statues are carved in real Greek marble.
Statues of natural marble carved in the hand are very expensive constructions. Our effort is to give you a product at a very good price with perfect construction. A perfect copy of the prototype with an emphasis on detail that does not hurt from time.

All of our items are hand krafted and every item is unique so there is a possiblity for slight differences from the pictures.

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178.00$
Ex Tax: 178.00$
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: 1240047826
  • Weight: 0.57kg
  • Dimensions: 8.66in x 1.96in x 1.96in