Ceramics- bichrome human figure: white on red ground; molded head band; face design represents body painting or tattooin; large hook nose; slit eyes and mouth; wide-spaced breasts with prominent nipples; hollow/hole at the top of head. Tetrapod stand gives effect of kneeling in profile with knees and toes forming base. Circa 200 B.C. -200 A.D. Late Preclassic Nayarit.
- Object: Human figurine
- Artist: -
- Circa: 200 B.C.- A.D. 300
- Dimensions: Ht. 8 1/4" width: 5" depth: 2 1/2"
- Culture Area: Mesoamerica / Ixtlan del Rio
- Cultural Group: Nayarit
- Cultural Context: -
- Donor: Douglas and Mary Hallock
- Catalog #: 95.081