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TANAGRA GREEK FIGURE OF EROS, ca. 3rd-2nd century BC. The young God of Love depicted naked in an animated pose, his right leg forward and hands outstretched, head turned to the left with a mischievous smile. 5 inches. Repair. Remains of red pigment on the hair and white on the wings. A wonderful example of the Hellenistic genius for capturing naturalistic poses portraying the human body in action.

Groupe : Dionysos et Ariane. 1er siècle av J.-C., période hellénistique (323-31 av J.-C.) (Grèce). Paris, musée du Louvre

A Greek terracotta group of Aphrodite on a goose. Hellenistic Period, circa 2nd-1st Century B.C. - Or Leda and the Zeus as a swan, the bird with the a long curving neck, the goddess depicted seated on the back of the bird, with drapery around her lower body and wearing a stephane in her hair.| © Bonhams 2001-2014

"Terracotta statuette of the Diadoumenos (youth tying a fillet around his head)" (ca. 1st century BCE). Greece, Hellenistic period. Posted on metmuseum.org.

Eros cocks his bow - terracotta marble, from Myrina in Anatolia, circa 200 BCE, Hellenistic period, height 20 cm

A GREEK TERRACOTTA FIGURE OF EROS hellenistic period, circa late 3rd-early 2nd century b.c. Depicted with outstretched wings, his helmeted head turned to the right and slightly raised, his arms wrapped tightly in a himation, the left arm bent, his hand on his hip, the right arm bent at the elbow, his hand at his chest, with traces of blue pigment for the himation

standing Eros with nebris - terracotta statuette from ancient Myrina, circa 100-50 BC, from Hellenistic period