Greek terracotta figural relief, 400-300 B.C.

The ancient Greeks were great sculptors, forerunners of the sinuosity of the human body and of the contrapuntal postures that give the body a wonderful movement and theatrical stability. This relief represents a woman dressed with a chiton that covers her body from behind as well, in the wind, while she remains subject to a man, perhaps assimilated to the god Eros, who appears on his knees.


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