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c. 1913-14 Marsden Hartley
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c. 1880 Unknown Artist
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Tumaco–La Tolita Head Fragment with Perforated Labret

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Ceramic human head wearing a helmet and ear spools.

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Standing Chorrera Female Figure with Headdress

1300-500 BCE (Tabuchila Phase, Late Formative Period) Unknown Artist
Stylized ceramic standing female figure with short round shoulders and legs, a headress, and ear spools.