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Bactria-Margiana (present day Turkmenistan or Afghanistan), Idol, chlorite/steatite, c. Great idea for ceramic sculpture Art Sculpture, Sculptures, Ancient History, Art History, Objets Antiques, Bronze Age Civilization, Ancient Goddesses, Art Antique, Art Premier

Mi vida y yo

suchasensualdestroyer: “ Bactria-Margiana (present day Turkmenistan or Afghanistan), Idol, chlorite/steatite, c. 2200/1700 BC. ”

Chez Sentinelle: The Princesses of Bactria (Oriental Antiquities) Piccoli oggetti decorativi usati every are generally Ancient History, Art History, Documenta Kassel, Bronze Age Civilization, Art Antique, Mother Goddess, Ceramic Figures, Oriental, Prince

Documenta 13, o la vida de los objetos (estatuillas femeninas de Bactria, 2500 aC)

La idea principal no siempre estaba bien explicada, o la selección de obras no acababa siempre de cuadrar con el tema enunciado; la lista de artistas era excesiva; la presencia de éstos, en ocasiones, residía en causas no artísticas (provenían de países o regiones con conflictos, como Afganistán, o el Sahara marroquí, o respondían a la sacrosanta trinidad: mujer-negra-lesbiana); los textos podían ofrecer lecturas forzadas (cuesta interpretar las estilizadas y "arquetípicas" cerámicas de…

Bactrian Princesses from Central Asia B. Greece Art, Ancient Persian, Ancient Near East, Art Premier, Goddess Art, Plant Drawing, Small Sculptures, Ancient Artifacts, Central Asia

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Allseits von der Presse verrissen, freute ich mich ganz besonders auf den diesjährigen Besuch in Kassel. Weil die Kunstkritik Kunst und Kunstmarkt so gern verwechselt.

eated Female Figure, chlorite and limestone, Bactria, B. Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art History, Bronze Age Civilization, Sculptures Céramiques, Oriental, Prince, Vintage Travel Posters, Islamic Art

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« Princesse de bactriane » 3e millénaire av .J.C.

Iran Archaeology Seated Female Figure, Provenance Bactria, Period Late - early millennium B. Materials Chlorite and white limestone Dimensions Miho Museum in Japan — with Anna Krystyna Zmijewska and Edit Lakatos. Ancient Near East, Ancient Art, Miho Museum, Bronze Age Civilization, Statue Tattoo, Greek Statues, Art Premier, Stone Statues, Mother Goddess

Bactrian Composite Seated Female Figure

Chlorite and white limestone, late 3rd-early 2nd millennium C.E. H. 12.4 cm. This composite figure of a seated female1 is an unusual variant of a type of statuette produced during the Bactrian Bronze Age. The figure is composed of six separate pieces: the hair, the upright torso, and the seated lower body, all made of chlorite, and the head and arms, which are made of white calcite. The torso rests on a flat, unworked area of the lower body. Both parts match in material and rather rough…

Iran Archaeology Seated Female Figure, Provenance Bactria, Period Late - early millennium B. Materials Chlorite and white limestone Dimensions Miho Museum in Japan — with Anna Krystyna Zmijewska and Edit Lakatos. Ancient Near East, Ancient Art, Miho Museum, Bronze Age Civilization, Statue Tattoo, Greek Statues, Art Premier, Stone Statues, Mother Goddess

Bactrian Composite Seated Female Figure

Chlorite and white limestone, late 3rd-early 2nd millennium C.E. H. 12.4 cm. This composite figure of a seated female1 is an unusual variant of a type of statuette produced during the Bactrian Bronze Age. The figure is composed of six separate pieces: the hair, the upright torso, and the seated lower body, all made of chlorite, and the head and arms, which are made of white calcite. The torso rests on a flat, unworked area of the lower body. Both parts match in material and rather rough…

Chez Sentinelle: Les Princesses de Bactriane (Antiquités orientales) Bronze Age Civilization, Epic Of Gilgamesh, Achaemenid, Oriental, Art Premier, Sumerian, Central Asia, Ancient Art, Archaeology

Les Princesses de Bactriane (Antiquités orientales)

Les Princesses de Bactriane sont des statuettes de femmes issues de la civilisation de l'Oxus, en Asie centrale. Représentant des divinités, elles étaient appelées à pacifier les forces sauvages de la nature.

eated Female Figure, chlorite and limestone, Bactria, B. Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art History, Bronze Age Civilization, Sculptures Céramiques, Oriental, Prince, Vintage Travel Posters, Islamic Art

Les Princesses de Bactriane (Antiquités orientales)

Les Princesses de Bactriane sont des statuettes de femmes issues de la civilisation de l'Oxus, en Asie centrale. Représentant des divinités, elles étaient appelées à pacifier les forces sauvages de la nature.