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Man standing, Shanxi Region (terracotta) Chinese Western Han Dynasty,200-BC-24 AD  Musee Guimet,Paris

Man standing, Shanxi Region (terracotta) Chinese Western Han Dynasty,200-BC-24 AD Musee Guimet,Paris

Female Attendant excavated from the tomb of Queen Dou from the Western Han dynasty.  She kneels patiently hands wrapped in the long sleeves of her robe. Shaanxi History Museum, Xi'an. PR China.

This attendant was excavated from the tomb of Queen Dou. It kneels patiently and attentively, hands concealed in the overlapping sleeves, as if is awaiting orders.

Exceptionnelle servante assise en terre cuite grise à traces de pigments rouge, brun foncé et noir. Chine, dynastie des Han occidentaux (206BC-08AD). 1ère moitié du deuxième siècle avant J.C. Provenance: fosses funéraires d'accompagnement à la tombe de l'impératrice DOU, épouse de Wendi (180-157 BC). Renjiapojian, Xi'an, Shaanxi.   artfinding.com

Exceptionnelle servante assise en terre cuite grise à traces de pigments rouge, brun foncé et noir. Chine, dynastie des Han occidentaux (206BC-08AD). 1ère moitié du deuxième siècle avant J.C. Provenance: fosses funéraires d'accompagnement à la tombe de l'impératrice DOU, épouse de Wendi (180-157 BC). Renjiapojian, Xi'an, Shaanxi. artfinding.com

This clay figure of a crouching lady dates back at least 1800 years ago and was found in the tomb of a royalty.   The hairstyle and clothing patterns are relatively simple compared to other times of China as there are rarely any pattern or accessories. The crouching position reflects the habit of early Han people. Early Han people, especially women, rarely sit kneeling and crouching, like the Japanese, were most commonly seen from relics.

This clay figure of a crouching lady dates back at least 1800 years ago and was found in the tomb of a royalty. The hairstyle and clothing patterns are relatively simple compared to other times of China as there are rarely any pattern or accessories. The crouching position reflects the habit of early Han people. Early Han people, especially women, rarely sit kneeling and crouching, like the Japanese, were most commonly seen from relics.

The Chinese Han Dynasty Military: Warfare, Army & Weapons

Han dynasty - An Eastern-Han pottery soldier, with a now-faded coating of paint, is missing a weapon.

A Chinese Painted Pottery Figure of a Court Lady (height 22 in), Tang Dynasty (618-906), standing corpulent beauty modeled wearing loose voluminous robes and upswept thick coffure.

A Chinese Painted Pottery Figure of a Court Lady (height 22 in), Tang Dynasty standing corpulent beauty modeled wearing loose voluminous robes and upswept thick coffure.

Tomb Figurine of a Lady Holding a Pekinese, Colored terra-cotta , China, Tang Dynasty (8th Century) GK 260 Kyoto National Museum . This colored tomb figurine of a Tang Dynasty beauty is one of the finest of its kind and a sculptural masterpiece.

Tomb Figurine of a Lady Holding a Pekinese, Colored terra-cotta , China, Tang Dynasty Century) GK 260 Kyoto National Museum . This colored tomb figurine of a Tang Dynasty beauty is one of the finest of its kind and a sculptural masterpiece.

Side view of an oil lamp, Western Han dynasty, 206 BC - 8 AD, Shanxi Museum. The bronze lamp is shaped like a duck, that holds a fish in its beak. The bird is called a "goose" on the museum label, but geese are vegetarians.

Side view of an oil lamp, Western Han dynasty, 206 BC - 8 AD, Shanxi Museum. The bronze lamp is shaped like a duck, that holds a fish in its beak. The bird is called a "goose" on the museum label, but geese are vegetarians.

CHINESE POTTERY JAR, Late Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-23 AD). - 13 in. high.

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