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Cycladic Art (3000-1400 BCE)

"The Harp player from Keros. Original a marble idol representing a seated musician who plays the lyre or harp expressing the concentration and intense feelings and tilts his head up to the light. The three-dimensional figure, typical of all the male idols representing musicians, is an early achievement of Cycladic sculpture. It was found at Keros and dates from the Early Cycladic period (2800-2300 BCE). The minimalistic Cycladic style of sculpture flourished in the 3rd millennium BCE and originated in the Cyclades. National Archeological Museum, Athens Inv no 3908, Paul Getty"

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