Archaic Greek

Greek art known as “Archaic” was produced for approximately two centuries, from the beginning of the 6th to the end of 5th century B.C. Notable examples of Archaic Greek art include early stone temples and other monumental buildings of the period as well as male kouroi and female kourai (stylized sculptures of human figures) and black figure and early red figure pottery. Figural sculptures of the Archaic Period are notable for having a unique facial expression called the “Archaic smile.” Although its exact meaning is unknown, such an expression gives a sense of life to the sculpture while also conveying an aura of serenity and well-being.
Archaic Cypriot Amphora with a Geometric Decoration
$22,000.00
Archaic Greek Couchant Bull
Item Sold
Archaic Greek Pair of Glazed Terracotta Lydia
$25,000.00
Archaic Greek Terracotta Kore
$23,500.00
Archaic Greek Votive Terracotta Protome of a Woman with an “Archaic Smile”
$7,700.00
Archaic Greek White Ground Alabastron
$19,000.00
Attic Greek Black Figure Lekythos
Item Sold
Attic Greek Black Figure Lekythos
$5,200.00
Attic Greek Black Figure Lekythos with Achilles Pursuing Troilos
Item Sold
Classical Greek Almond Flask
Item Sold
Greek Siana Cup
Item Sold
Phoenix Ancient Art 2005- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2006- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2006- No 2 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2007 Greek and Roman Gold Catalogue
$250.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2007- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2008- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2009- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2010- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2011- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art Catalogue- 2016- CRYSTAL VI
$50.00
Phoenix Ancient Art Catalogue- 2017- 34
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art's Exotics of the Classical World
$35.00
South Italian Black Glazed Kantharos
Item Sold
The Painter's Eye: The Art of Greek Ceramics
$80.00