A SMALL OLIVE-GREEN-GLAZED RED POTTERY FIGURE OF A HORSE
A SMALL OLIVE-GREEN-GLAZED RED POTTERY FIGURE OF A HORSE
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A SMALL OLIVE-GREEN-GLAZED RED POTTERY FIGURE OF A HORSE

HAN DYNASTY (206 BC-AD 220)

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A SMALL OLIVE-GREEN-GLAZED RED POTTERY FIGURE OF A HORSE
HAN DYNASTY (206 BC-AD 220)
The stocky figure shown standing foursquare has a hogged mane and scrolls carved on the haunches, all under an olive-green glaze.
5 3/8 in.(13.7 cm.) long
Provenance
Ralph M. Chait Collection, New York (according to label).
Stephen Junkunc, III (d. 1978) Collection.

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Compare the similar olive-green-glazed molded pottery figure of a horse, but of smaller size (9.9 cm. high), from the collection of Dr. Paul Singer, included in the exhibition Early Chinese Miniatures, China House Gallery/China Institute of America, New York, 16 March – 29 May 1977, p. 32, no. 51 and illustrated on the catalogue cover.

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