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Camel figure - Chinese, c. 380-535 CE.

Camel figure, Chinese, c. 380-535 CE Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Currently not on view

Fauconnier assis sur un cheval à l'arrêt, bouche ou­verte. Le buste tourné vers la droite, l'homme regarde le faucon posé sur sa main. H: 44 cm, L: 38 cm. Terre cuite sous engobe à rehauts de polychromie. Dynastie Tang (618-907). Test de thermoluminescence. Prov.: Coll. espagnole.

Camel with packboards and baggage, 6th–7th century, Western China or Central Asia. Earthenware with pigment. This pottery model of a Bactrian camel may be a rare example of a Chinese-style tomb figure produced in Central Asia. The camel carries packboards that are loaded on either side with raised decorations of three figures under an arch supported by fluted columns with acanthus leaves above the capitals. The central figure wears a halo and full beard but no headgear.

Cheval sellé debout sur une terrasse à l’arrêt. Dynastie des Tang (618 – 907)

Chinese Tang Dynasty painted pottery figure

Chinese Painted Pottery Equestrian Figure, Tang Dynasty (618-907), figure of a musician on horseback, with extensive pigmentation. h. 20", l. 15".

Terracotta humpbacked bull. Indus Valley, 3rd millennium B.C.

115-1234 CE. Bodhisattva Guanyin Seated in Royal Ease . Wood. Chinese, Jin dynasty. close-up.