Head of a Woman

Etruscan

4th-3rd Century BC

Early Italian cultures decorated their buildings with sculpture made of terracotta. The head retains traces of its original colors: white for the skin and red for the hair, with gilding on the diadem (crown).

Source: The Walters Art Museum

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