Original Cycladic figurines, carved in marble, were produced during the third millennium BC. They are remarkable for their abstract simplicity, which is believed to have inspired modern day artists such as Pablo Picasso and Henry Moore.

Cycladic art originates from the Cyclades, a group of islands in the south-western Aegean, comprising some thirty small islands, including Naxos and Paros, which were known for the quality of their marble. The ancient Greeks called these islands the Kyklades, imagining them as a circle (kyklos) around the sacred island of Delos, the site of the holiest sanctuary to Apollo and the island thought to be the birthplace of the god and his twin sister Artemis.

It's All Greek's collection of Cycladic figures are replicas of originals in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens and in the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens.

She has been cast in Greece, using the traditional 'lost wax' method. As nothing is mass-produced, there will inevitably be slight variations in patination and colouring. Each piece is, therefore, unique.

She is mounted on a marble base.

eplica ancient Greek Cycladic art bronze and marble figurines and statues for sale online at It's All Greek London

dimensions etc Height including base: 20cm

bronze Cycladic figurine

  • Code: BC-02
  • Status: In Stock
  • £45.00

  • excl tax: £37.50