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Bee Queen Ceramic Sculpture, $950.  I have a thing for faces and this one's a beauty.

Ceramic Sculpture of a Woman - The Bee Queen - by Keith Phillips (tatouage sur statue by Claire: Thx!

"Ara Mara Amara" (The Three Graces), terracotta. Paola Grizi

Emerging Form or Face or Feature sculpture statue statuette for sale by Paola Grizi titled: 'Ara Mara Amara (Three Beautiful Graces Faces sculpture)'.

A selection of Sculptures  by Philip Jackson (Scottish b.1944- )♥♥ Absolutely love these amazing sculpture people!

Philip Jackson - Winner of National Peace Sculpture Competition / Manchester City Council, 1987

"Statues" by wherethisflowerblooms ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring fillers, decor, furniture, home, sculptures, backgrounds, home decor, mask, art and faces

"Statues" by wherethisflowerblooms ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring fillers, decor, furniture, home, sculptures, backgrounds, home decor, mask, art and faces

The Veil The first recorded instance of veiling for women is recorded in an Assyrian legal text from the 13th century BCE, which restricted its use to noble women. Assyrian kings first introduced both the seclusion of women in the royal harem and the veil. Prostitutes and slaves, however, were forbidden against wearing veil, and were punished if they disobeyed this law. Classical Greek and Hellenistic statues sometimes depict Greek women with both their head and face covered by a veil. ...

’The Veiled Vestal’, Raffaelle Monti, century. Monti had the incredible ability to sculpt figures so accurately that they looked they were wearing thin veils. He was famous for focusing in particular on the vestals — priestesses of Vesta, a Greek goddess.

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