Description
ANTHROPO-ZOOMORPHIC HEAD
Culture Veracruz, Gulf Coast, Mexico
Classical, 250-650 A.D.
H. 25 cm - w. 20 cm
Orange-brown ceramic
Head of a statuette representing an anthropo-zoomorphic deity. Mouth
open, tongue drawn out, surmounted by a nose in strong relief and framed by
two big round eyes. On the top of the skull, presence of a ridge.
On the back, rectangular opening.
Crest broken-glued, accidents visible.
Provenance:
- Alfred Stendhal Gallery, Los Angeles, 1960s.
- Franco Monti Collection, 1960-1970s
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ANTHROPO-ZOOMORPHIC HEAD
Culture Veracruz, Gulf Coast, Mexico
Classical, 250-650 A.D.
H. 25 cm - w. 20 cm
Orange-brown ceramic
Head of a statuette representing an anthropo-zoomorphic deity. Mouth
open, tongue drawn out, surmounted by a nose in strong relief and framed by
two big round eyes. On the top of the skull, presence of a ridge.
On the back, rectangular opening.
Crest broken-glued, accidents visible.
Provenance:
- Alfred Stendhal Gallery, Los Angeles, 1960s.
- Franco Monti Collection, 1960-1970s