Prehistoric, Neolithic Terracotta Applique of Pottery with Abstractive Figurine of Nude Woman with Disproportionate Body hiding Intim

Description
Prehistoric, Neolithic Terracotta Applique of Pottery with Abstractive Figurine of Nude Woman with Disproportionate Body hiding Intim
ca. 6500-4000 BC.

Prehistoric, Neolithic Terracotta Exceptional Applique of a Pottery with an extremely abstractive figurine of a nude woman with disproportionate body trying to hide her intime parts with a hand (both hands enormously long).
A very early prototype of Venus or Aphrodite which will be goddess and symbols of erotica much latter in the Greco-Roman world. This small applique give us the opportunity to ''take a look'' in the early prehistoric neolithic times and how this society and its perceptions of erotica displayed with this extremely abstractive nude body.
Fragment in Good Condition (the legs are not in the image). See Photo

Size:6,6cm.

Item No.P77

Purchased by the current owner in 2014 in Austria, Wien from Collector fair.

Collected Since:1960's.

Previous owners history: Old Austrian Private Collection.

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Lot details
Culture
Prehistoric, Neolithic
Material
Terracotta
Object
Applique of Pottery with Abstractive Figurine of Nude Woman with Disproportionate Body hiding Intim
Century/ Timeframe
ca. 6500-4000 BC.
Condition
Fragment in Good Condition. See Photo
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