Hellenistic Terracotta Head of a Man

Culture: Greek
Period: 2nd century B.C.
Material: Terracotta
Dimensions: 3 cm high; 6 cm high (including base)
Price: Sold
Ref: 2392
Provenance: From the inventory of the judicially dissolved Parisian gallery La Reine Margot.
Condition: Traces of glue at the bottom of an old base.
Description: Terracotta head of a man turned to the left with a suffering expression on his face. He wears a tight-fitting cap, his big ears sticking out. The face with deep nasolabial folds, hanging eyelids and a slightly open mouth. A perforation at the back of the head. Probably an actor who was part of a sculptural group. Mounted.