This ancient Greece-inspired erotic art is a handmade ceramic wall sculpture.
The word eroticism derives from the Greek word eros, which is the word for love and sensual desire. In ancient Greece, artistic works intended to evoke erotic arousal, usually depicting human nudity and/or sexual activity. There is bowl sherds with depiction of lovers embrace, made in Arezzo (Italy), AD 21-1 BC, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, in which the composition is very similar to this sculpture.
- Width: 21 cm
- Heigh: 13 cm