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Moche Stirrup Vessel Depicting a Seated Man - PF.1868
Origin: Peru
Circa: 200 BC to 1 BC
Dimensions: 8" (20.3cm) high
Catalogue: V5
Collection: Pre-Columbian
Style: Moche
Medium: Terracotta

Additional Information: SOLD

Location: United States
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With quiet dignity, this ancient Peruvian contemplates the infinite. We have few clues to his identity, for he wears little more than some jewelry and face paint, but his impressive demeanor suggests he was an aristocrat in his own world. He may represent a real person, or perhaps merely the notion of the person who placed him in a tomb centuries ago. His meditative air suggests that he was meant to keep vigil with the deceased through eternity. Though he keeps his thoughts to himself, in his presence we feel an aura of peace and serenity. - (PF.1868)


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