Basalt Torso of a Striding Man

Culture: Egyptian
Period: Late period, 664-332 B.C.
Material: Basalt
Dimensions: 12.3 cm high
Price: 12 000 Euro
Ref: 1400
Provenance: Belgian private collection R. W., acquired in the 1960s to the 1970s. Thence in a Parisian gallery. 2017 acquired by the gallery Chenel.
Condition: Unrestored
Description: Very finely worked out basalt torso of a striding man. The arms are placed sideways along the body, the long, thin fingers are stretched out in parallel. The left leg is put forward. The man wears an apron with a central middle sash. A very elegant torso of fine basalt with a beautiful haptic. Mounted.