A fragmentary Bura terracotta sculpture, the hands touch the abdomen besides the navel, ornaments pressed into the clay on the body, on the head and above the eyebrows, sickle-shaped ears, a large, protruding and slightly open mouth, a short nose that merges directly into the eyebrows and large almost closed eyes with heavy lids; a reddish surface, partly shiny, the neck broken off and not professionally repaired, the lower body missing.
it.: Karl-Ferdinand Schaedler, Erde und Erz. 2500 Jahre Afrikanische Kunst aus Terrakotta und Metall, 1979.
450 - 550
Height: 40 cm Weight: 3,7 kg
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