Title of Work
Date of Work
c. 7th-6th century BCE
Art & Design Study Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
From Text Panel:
The sculptural fragment represents a kouroi (singular kouros) a term that refers to Archaic statues of nude, standing male youths.
The best examples of kouroi figures were larger stone statues to which this small clay version bears a resemblance. Among the similarities are the rigid frontal pose, nudity, stylized hair, and "Archaic smile."
The small sculptural fragment represents a kouros, a modern term referring to an Archaic-period statues of a nude, standing male youth.
Nice and large molded terracotta head and shoulders of the Satyr Selinus. The facial features are well detailed, the beard extending down to his chest. Frontally molded with some loss to the right shoulder and top of head. Light earthen deposits.