A CYCLADIC MARBLE HEAD ATTRIBUTED TO THE SCHUSTER SCULPTOR, EARLY CYCLADIC II, LATE SPEDOS TO DOKATHISMATA VARIETY, CIRCA 2400 BCE.
With a lyre-shaped head angled backwards, aquiline nose, and a crescent-shaped ridge at the rear of the head
7.7 cm / 3 inches high.
Private Collection, UK
Gabriele Beveridge & Neolithic Idols (10,000 - 2000 BCE), CHEWDAY’S, Frieze London, 2016