19 March 2009
PROPERTY OF THE PING Y. TAI FOUNDATION
TWO POTTERY FIGURES OF ANIMALS
HAN DYNASTY (206 BC-AD 220)
One a green-glazed red pottery figure of a barking dog, covered overall with a glaze now degraded to a golden iridescence; and a painted grey pottery figure of a goose, traces of white and red pigment
Dog 12 5/8 in. (32 cm.) high; goose 11¾ in. (29.8 cm.) long (2)
Dog: Ader Picard Tajan, Paris, 25 June 1973.
Goose: Acquired prior to 1985.
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