Nazca Vessel with Anthropomorphic Being

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James Blake Wiener
by Emily Lankiewicz
published on 24 October 2018
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Double-spout and bridge vessel with anthropomorphic being, 325-440 CE, Nazca. Earthenware with polychrome pigments. Overall: 6 9/16 in x 6 3/4 in x 6 13/16 in; 16.7 cm x 17.1 cm x 17.3 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Mathias (Barbara V. Lord, Class of 1934). Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, Massachusetts. Modeled by Emily Lankiewicz. Photographed by Emily Lankiewicz and Laura Shea, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Digital Collections Coordinator & Museum Photographer.

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