A very similar wood figure of a seated female Daoist immortal described as the Queen Mother of the East Mountain, but of larger size (152 cm. high) and dated to the Song dynasty, from the Liang-sheng T'ang Collection is illustrated in Ancient Chinese Sculpture II, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan, 2000, p. 90, no. 35. Another similar figure, but shown standing and dated to the Northern Song dynasty, is illustrated in Zhongguo meishu quanji; diaosu bian; Wudai Song diaosu, Beijing, 1988, vol. 5, p. 91, no. 84. Refer, also, to the two polychrome wood standing figures of female Daoist immortals flanking a shrine of the immortal Yuhuangdadi in the Yudi Hall of the Yuhuang Temple dated to the AD 1076 in Jincheng, Shanxi province, illustrated ibid., p. 88, no. 82.