|Circa 100 BC - 250 AD, West Mexico|
Large hollow pottery seated female figure with splayed legs and wide hips, holding both hands to her sides. Beautifully painted surface with red stripes on her torso and face on a cream ground. Fineline painted black crosshatch details and legs painted red. Strong mineral deposits on the surface. Head reattached with restoration over the breakline, otherwise intact.
|Location of Origin: Latin America|
|Dimensions: 12 3/4” H (32.4 cm)|
|Primary Classification: African Artwork, Ethnographic & Tribal Arts : Latin American|
|Secondary Classification: Ancient Art, Antiquities : Pre-Columbian Antiquities|
|Chinesco is a style of art from the Nayarit culture of Mesoamerica in West Mexico.|
|Provenance: Private Florida collectionEx. Dr. J. D. Blackburn collection, San Antonio, TX., acquired 1960’s-90’s.|
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