Boeotian terracotta Goddess, in peplos with low kolpos, bearing a basket or incense burner.
Size: 31 cm
Period: Boeotian, ca 410-400 B.C.
Publ.: Klassieke Kunst uit Particulier Bezit, Leiden, 1975, no. 280, fig. 115.
1 Item Items
Front part from mould, back part modeled by hand; big rectangular firing hole
Brown clay with white engobe; traces of red paint on base.
backside of base partly damaged
Provenance: acquired before 1943, most likely during the interbellum, by the Lochard family, the head of which served the French state as governor of Indo-China. In preparation of the exhibition ‘Klassieke Kunst in Particulier Bezit’ (Leiden, 1975), the collection, then in the possession of their daughter