DAILY ART FIX: 10 Stunning Prehistoric Sculptures from The Met’s Collection

Art world links which caught my eye…

“Seated Female” Bronze Age sculpture made between 3000 BC -1000 BC

We are fortunate that some of our ancestors made art out of durable materials which survived the ravages of time. The Metropolitan Museum holds many great examples.

This story particularly focuses on prehistoric sculptures from across the globe—which are often rather small and tend to depict humans, animals, or some combination of the two. The earliest sculptures we currently know of date back to around 30,000 B.C.

“Double Headed Figure” Valdivia Culture, made between 2300 BC – 2200 BC

Read the full article here – ART & OBJECT – 10 Stunning Prehistoric Sculptures from The Met’s Collection


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