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Draped Woman Type of Great Herculanaise Statue

Draped Woman Type of Great Herculanaise Statue

This statue depicts a draped woman in the style of the Great Herculanaise statues. It is carved from white marble of the Cyclades type, exemplifying the exquisite craftsmanship of the period. The statue is believed to date from the second half of the third century A.D. and was discovered in El Harik, Sousse. The woman is portrayed in a classical and graceful manner. She is draped in flowing garments that drape elegantly over her body, creating a sense of movement and depth in the sculpture. The fine details in her clothing showcase the skill of the artist in rendering the soft, natural folds of the fabric. The statue is set against a stark black background, which serves to isolate and emphasize the beauty and form of the sculpture. The contrast between the white marble and the black background creates a striking visual effect.

Image ID#: 30363 / Category: Arts, Architecture / Price: 499$
Draped Woman Type of Great Herculanaise Statue
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