Ethiopian sculpture is renowned for its diverse range of styles and subjects, with influences drawn from religious iconography, folklore, and everyday life. One of the most iconic forms of Ethiopian sculpture is the “tall” or “spiritual” figure, carved from wood or stone and characterized by elongated proportions and stylized features. These sculptures often depict figures from Ethiopian Orthodox Christian tradition, such as saints, angels, and biblical characters, rendered with a sense of reverence and devotion.

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