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Torso of a Female Kneeling Figure, 1st century CE

  • Greek
  • Roman
  • Overall: 20 3/4 inches (52.7 cm)

Gift of Ralph Harman Booth


(George Schwartz Galleries)

Ralph Harman Booth [1873-1931]

1922-present, purchase by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)

Bulletin of the DIA 4, no. 8 (1923): p. 66 (cover ill.). Richter, G. "Greek Art in Detroit," Art in America, vol. 15, no. 1 (December 1926): p. 26, (fig. 3-4). Ridgeway. The Severe Style in Greek Sculpture. 1970, p. 73, no. 9. Staehler, K. "Ein Niketypus vom Zeusthron(?)," Boreas. Muenstersche Bietraege zur Archaeologie, vol. 1 (1978): pp. 68-86, pl. 11-13, (fig. 1). Gulaki. Nikedarstelungen. pp. 162-76, [all cited in: B. S. Ridgeway. Roman Copies of Greek Sculpture: the Problem of the Originals. Ann Arbor, 1984, p. 41 and note 30]. Ridgway, Brunilde S. Hellenistic Sculpture III: The Styles of ca. 100-31 B.C. Madison, 2002, p. 169-171, pls. 80 a-d.

Roman; after Greek, Torso of a Female Kneeling Figure, 1st century CE. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Ralph Harman Booth, 22.207.