A large and impressive sancai three-colour glazed pottery of a camel groom Tang dynasty | 唐 三彩人物俑
3,000 to - 5,000 EUR
A large and impressive sancai three-colour glazed pottery of a camel groom
the standing figure modeled with the torso and head turning to the right, one arm raised, the other outstretched at the waist with fists clenched as if securing the reins of a camel, wearing a Persian-style robe with wide lapels and secured by a knotted sash around the waist, splashed with chestnut, green and straw glazes, the head, hands and boots unglazed
H. 61 cm, 24 in.
Grande figure de groom en terre cuite à glaçure sancai, dynastie Tang
高 61 公分， 24 英寸
Head and both feet broken off at the neck and reattached. Losses to the glaze.
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Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago, collection no. 1968.987B.
Gifted to the above by Mrs Pauline Palmer Wood (1917-1984), in 1969.
Pauline Palmer Wood (1917-1984) 女士於1969年捐贈芝加哥藝術博物館，藏品編號 1968.987B