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Terracotta

Scope note

A baked or fired clay, usually brownish red, widely used since ancient times for pottery, small sculptures, and roof tiles. MAYER

This term has 81 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Pot

Pot

Accession Number: C.7-1986

An image of Head

Head

Accession Number: E.432.1982

An image of Kantharos

Kantharos

Accession Number: GR.2.1999

An image of Figure

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)

Accession Number: M.3-1922

An image of Bust

Bust of Charles II (1630-1685)

Accession Number: M.1-1948

An image of Bust

Alexander Pope (1688-1744)

Accession Number: M.3-1932

An image of Bust

John Milton (1608-1674)

Accession Number: M.2-1932

An image of Jar

Jar

Accession Number: ANE.1.1996

An image of Sculpture

The Vision of San Francesco of Paola

Accession Number: M.2-2016

An image of Figure

Kneeling Angel holding a candlestick

Accession Number: C.2169-1928

An image of Figure group

Judith and Holofernes

Accession Number: C.2170-1928

An image of Figure group

Virgin and Child

Accession Number: M.1-2006

An image of Figure

Paysanne française

Accession Number: M.3-1927

An image of Figure

Jour des Rameaux à Boulogne

Accession Number: M.1-1921

An image of Figure

Figure of a Mourning Woman

Accession Number: M.1-1969

An image of Bust

Self-portrait of Philippe-Laurent Roland

Accession Number: M.6-2004

An image of Relief

Bacchante and Infant Satyr

Accession Number: M.2-1960

An image of Figure

Petite baigneuse accroupie

Accession Number: M.4-1964

An image of Figure

River God

Accession Number: M.6-1992

An image of Figure

Kneeling Woman

Accession Number: M.2-1989

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