A STONE HEAD OF A LUOHAN
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF DR. RALPH C. MARCOVE, NEW YORK
A STONE HEAD OF A LUOHAN

SONG DYNASTY (AD 960-1279)

Details
A STONE HEAD OF A LUOHAN
SONG DYNASTY (AD 960-1279)
The face is finely carved with full lips, heavily-lidded eyes, furrowed brow, and a prominent protuberance at the front of the head.
10 in. (25.4 cm.) high
Provenance
Dr. Ralph C. Marcove (1929-2001) Collection, New York, before 1981.
Literature
Y. Mino and J. Robinson, Chinese Relics from the Collection of Dr. Ralph Marcove, Indianapolis, 1981, p. 52, no. 77.
Exhibited
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Chinese Relics from the Collection of Dr. Ralph Marcove, 1981, no. 77.

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