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Panel, apparently complete, showing a kneeling woman beside a pot. The woman's left leg is vertical to the knee, her lower right leg horizontal and supported on the toes. Her arms are bent at the elbows and vertical to the hands, which are joined in salutation but clearly so as to form a hollow space between. Drapery folds are shown by thin grooves on the right arm, under the arms and on the legs; the hair, straight and swept up at the side, appears abundantly drawn up in curls over the centre of the forehead. The cross-hatched wreath headdress has a high loop of hair rising out of it. There are vestiges of an earring, a broad collar ornamented with an open flower flanked by strips between a plain border, and a double anklet. The face is globular and full with very long, slightly oblique eyes under a narrow protruding forehead, and the expression seems intense. The large globular pot with an everted neck by the woman's left foot has a pair of grooves at the shoulder.
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Diameter: 5.50 centimetres
Height: 21 centimetres
Width: 17.30 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Zwalf 1996:
The panel is unusual and must be assumed to have been part of a larger composition; no theme comes readily to mind.
- Not on display
- 1.Light grey schist, partly exfoliated.
2.Top flat and smooth; left side flat and with chisel marks; right side roughly flat; bottom flat. 3.Top and bottom with damaged rectangular tenons.
4.Back with horizontal chisel grooves.
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