Cyclades and Geometric Art
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In this article, the writer looks at the development of pottery and sculpture in the Cyclades, the Cyclades being a group of islands in the Aegean Sea where neolithic burial sites have been found. The writer discusses that the figurines found tend to be stylized and abstract in form. The writer discusses that the clay figurines in this culture are in place of the neolithic idols made of clay from other regions.
From the Paper:"The marble quarried on these islands made it possible for the workshops of the culture to flourish. Products made by artisans on the Cyclades made their way to Crete and also to the mainland. Most of the statuettes are naked female figurines with their arms crossed over the abdomen, and they are generally not designed to stand erect. The eyes as well as the hair were ..."
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