Life-sized sculpture, the work of Alfred Janniot, commissioned for the First Class Salon Mixte (Mixed Salon) of the Ile de France, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique/The French Line. 1927. Image courtesy the private collection of John Cunard-Shutter.
Art Deco Winged Male Bas Relief, Union Terminal Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio. Then again, I'm not so sure it's a male--I seem to see a breast under the coy wind-blown scarf. Then again, if it's a female, she's got some well-developed leg muscles. Then again, it IS the 1930s, when musculature was heroic. On the other hand, I see pyramids and a sun, so maybe it's Helios, the sun god. Put it this way: it's hard to tell. Magnaverde.