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Plank-shaped figurine of human form. These figurines were associated with fertility, birth and death and they became the most common form of human representation in Cypriot art. They had a characteristic shape of a flat body and a narrower head an neck.
2000-1800 B.C., Cyprus
Dimensions: 5,5 cm x 17,5 cm x 4 cm
Dimensions of the base: 5,5 cm x 2 cm x 4 cm
Plank-shaped figurine of human form. These figurines became the most common form of human representation in Cypriot art and they were probably associated with fertility, birth and death. They usually had a flat body and a narrower head and neck.
Plank-shaped figurine of human form. These figurines are the most common forms of human representation in prehistoric Cypriot art and they were probably associated with fertility, birth and death. These figurines were usually placed in tombs.
Inspired by the myrtle tree, we created a work of art using two large branches with small twigs with blossoms on them, twined in hand, which we then placed on an acrylic base (plexiglass).
Dimensions: 15cm x 20cm x 4cm
Silver-plated Brass in silver solution 999°.
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