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Beth Carter, Reading Minotaur III , 2014, Bronze (edition of 15), 29" x 19" x 11" #art #sculpture #contemporary #MagicalRealism #bdg #bdgny #minotaur #mythology

Beth Carter, Reading Minotaur III, Bronze (edition of 29 x x # Sculpture

A BRONZE FIGURE OF A MAN, SYRO-PHOENICIAN(?), CIRCA MID 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C. standing in a lively pose with his big raised hands splayed wide, the face with short projecting beard, large beaked nose, and bulging eyes with prominent brows.  Height 2 5/16 in. 5.8 cm.

) Bronze Figurine of a Man, c. Mid Millennium BC A man standing in a lively pose with his big raised hands splayed wide, the face with short projecting beard, large beaked nose,.

Greek bronze statue of Minotaur, 4 inches, Archaic Period, circa 520-500 B.C.

Greek bronze statue of Minotaur, Archaic period - BCE, Auctioned at Christie's – private collection (Via "Ancient Greece, Sparta, Troy" on FB)

Seated sphinx -  Greek civilization -  Archaic period (530-510 B.C.) ~ In Greek tradition, the sphinx has haunches of a lion, wings of a great bird, and the face of a woman. Those who cannot answer her riddle suffer death by being kill and eaten by the ravenous monster.[1] [paraphrase] @Jess Liu zheng.wikipedia.org

Seated sphinx, Greek civilization, Asia Minor, ca. I think would look pretty damn cool as a tatt

Roma

Roman bronze showing the slender head with long muzzle, the ears flattened back, probably a handle terminal. Dated back to II century CE.

Female Worshiper, c. 1600-1500 BC Crete, Minoan, Middle Minoan III - Late Minoan I | Cleveland Museum of Art

Female Worshipper, c. BC Crete, Minoan, Middle Minoan III - Late Minoan Looks like a weeping angle with her wings clipped

Terracotta relief showing Bellerophon fighting the Chimera, made in Melos ca.450 BC. The Chimera (or Khimaira) in Greek mythology is a monstrous beast which ravages the countryside of Lycia

Milos, Greece) Terracotta relief showing Bellerophon fighting a Chimera. The Chimera in Greek mythology is a monstrous beast which ravages the countryside of Lycia.

Terracotta figurine with articulated arms and legs [Greek, Corinthian] (44.11.8) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta figurine with articulated arms and legs [Greek, Corinthian], early century BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

File:Minoan girl, c. 1600-1500 BCE, bronze, Crete, Cleveland Museum of Art ./tcc/

File:Minoan girl, c. BCE, bronze, Crete, Cleveland Museum of Art.

Minoan statue of the Snake Goddess. Shows the early thoughts of Wasp-Waisted women and men.

Statuette of a Snake Goddess (front view), Early Aegean, Minoan–Bronze Age, Late Minoan I Period, about b.

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