Greek Geometric Horse
Around 900 BC a change in style took place in ancient Greek art. Both in decorations and in the art of sculpting geometric patterns emerged. Painters began to decorate their pottery with stylized, sketched silhouettes, a style that soon was adopted by sculptures. Pre-eminently, a horse was suitable for this innovative, geometric simplification.
Each copy comes with a multilingual brochure (in English, French, German and Dutch) and a PARASTONE Museums Edition certificate
The item is in a stylish box
PARASTONE MUSEUMS COLLECTION packaged unbreakably
Materials: Combination of Stonepowder and Marble
Size 7cm/18 cm
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