Greek art Terracotta figurines Archaic period

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Greek archaic terracotta statuette of satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek archaic terracotta statuette of Corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Greek archaic terracotta statuette of satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek archaic terracotta statuette of Corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Thessalian terracotta figurine with hand covering one eye, 5th-4th millenium B.C. Thessalian pottery figure with right arm raised with hand covering one eye, 8.9 cm high. Private collection

Thessalian terracotta figurine with hand covering one eye, 5th-4th millenium B.C. Thessalian pottery figure with right arm raised with hand covering one eye, 8.9 cm high. Private collection

Greek Corinthian terracotta satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek terracotta satyrs, one holding loaves of bread, satyrs were bearded male figures with a tail and genitals, 8.5 cm high max. Private collection

Greek Corinthian terracotta satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek terracotta satyrs, one holding loaves of bread, satyrs were bearded male figures with a tail and genitals, 8.5 cm high max. Private collection

Greek archaic terracotta figurine statuette of satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek archaic figurine of Corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Greek archaic terracotta figurine statuette of satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek archaic figurine of Corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Greek hoplite statuette, Greek archaic pottery figure of a Greek hoplite soldier, 6th-5th century B.C. Archaic Greek pottery figure of a soldier with helmet and dress, probably a toy, 14.9 cm high. Private collection

Greek hoplite statuette, Greek archaic pottery figure of a Greek hoplite soldier, 6th-5th century B.C. Archaic Greek pottery figure of a soldier with helmet and dress, probably a toy, 14.9 cm high. Private collection

Greek archaic terracotta statuette of a soldier, 6th-5th century B.C. Archaic Greek pottery figure of a soldier with helmet and dress, probably a toy, 14.9 cm high. Private collection

Greek archaic terracotta statuette of a soldier, 6th-5th century B.C. Archaic Greek pottery figure of a soldier with helmet and dress, probably a toy, 14.9 cm high. Private collection

Magna Graecia terracotta figurine of seated goddess, 5th century B.C. Magna Graecia terracotta statuette of a seated goddess, 9.3 cm high. Private colelction

Magna Graecia terracotta figurine of seated goddess, 5th century B.C. Magna Graecia terracotta statuette of a seated goddess, 9.3 cm high. Private colelction

Corinthian archaic pottery statuette satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek Corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Corinthian archaic pottery statuette satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek Corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Greek archaic terracotta statuette of satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek archaic terracotat statuette of Corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Greek archaic terracotta statuette of satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek archaic terracotat statuette of Corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Argive heraeum, Argive terracotta figurine, 7th century B.C. From Argos, type from Argive heraeum, is one of first representation of Greek terracotta art, this type influenced by Eastern art, female depiction of an idol, presenting a votive offering, the figure has a strongly stylized bird like face and wears a wig with tight curls, 9 cm high max. Private collection

Argive heraeum, Argive terracotta figurine, 7th century B.C. From Argos, type from Argive heraeum, is one of first representation of Greek terracotta art, this type influenced by Eastern art, female depiction of an idol, presenting a votive offering, the figure has a strongly stylized bird like face and wears a wig with tight curls, 9 cm high max. Private collection

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