17 - 18 September 2015
A PAINTED RED POTTERY FIGURE OF A FEMALE DANCER
HAN DYNASTY (206 BC-AD 220)
The well-modeled figure wears long belted robes with flaring scalloped sleeves, and is depicted in mid-step in an animated pose with her right arm raised and her left hand shown grasping a corner of her layered skirt to reveal a ruffled hem.
10 ¾ in. (27.3 cm.) high, stand
J.J. Lally & Co., New York, 1996.
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