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Ethnological Museum of Berlin Amerikanische Archäologie [V A 48073]

Sitzende anthropomorphe Figur, artifizielle Gesichtsmutilation

http://www.smb-digital.de/eMuseumPlus?service=ImageAsset&module=collection&objectId=44930&resolution=superImageResolution#500866 (Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Fotograf unbekannt (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Form: anthropomorph, kniende Figur, Ausguss auf dem Rücken abgebrochen
Farbe/Technik: roter und grauer Scherben, weiß und rotbraun engobiert, rotbraun bemalt
Gefäßkörper: Gesicht rotbraun, Zähne und Augen weiß, Nase und Mund artifiziell deformiert, Obergewand weiß mit rotbraunen Streifen, Umhang weiß
(Beatrix Hoffmann, 2008)
Sammler: Gretzer, Wilhelm

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Measurements

Objektmaß: 20,7 x 13,3 x 12,8 cm; Gewicht: 0,48 kg

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Object from: Ethnological Museum of Berlin

The Ethnologisches Museum (Ethnological Museum) evolved from the collections of the royal cabinets of art and since its foundation in 1873 has become ...

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