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A monumental Sancai glazed ceramic figure of a Daoist Deity, China, Ming Dynasty | Sotheby's

A monumental Sancai glazed ceramic figure of a Daoist Deity, China, Ming Dynasty

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Ming dynasty - Chinese glazed stoneware statue of a Daoist deity, from the Ming dynasty, century.

Glazed Pottery Sculpture of the Lord of the Dao  Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: 47" (119.4cm) high Collection: Chinese Art Medium: Lead glazed pottery

Glazed Pottery Sculpture of the Lord of the Dao Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Art Medium: Lead glazed pottery

Panel with Dragon Date: 17th century Culture: China Medium: Silk satin brocaded with silk and metallic thread Dimensions: 32 x 49 in. (81.3 x 124.5 cm) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Gift of Ernest Erickson Foundation, Inc., 1988 Accession Number: 1988.104.90

The four-clawed dragon (mang) at the center of this panel is woven in metallic thread of two types. Strips of gilded paper were woven flat for shiny areas such as the dragon's nose and claws and the flames emanating from its body

10" China Taoism God Emperor Zhenwu Ride Lion Bronze Copper Statue wholesale Bronze Arts outlets

10" China Taoism God Emperor Zhenwu Ride Lion Bronze Copper Statue wholesale Bronze Arts outlets

18th century, Mongolia, Vajradhara with consort, gilt copper alloy with cold gold and pigments, private collection

century, Mongolia, Vajradhara with consort, gilt copper alloy with cold gold and pigments, private collection

Surya Mandala Artist/maker unknown, Nepalese Geography: Made in Nepal, Asia Date: c. 1800-1850 Medium: Opaque watercolor on paper Dimensions: 18 x 20 inches (45.7 x 50.8 cm)

Surya Mandala Artist/maker unknown, Nepalese Geography: Made in Nepal, Asia Date: c. Medium: Opaque watercolor on paper Dimensions: 18 x 20 inches x cm)

Harihara Seated

Harihara(Harihara is the fused representation of Vishnu (Hari) and Shiva (Hara) from the Hindu tradition) Seated Artist/maker unknown, Indian Geography: Made in Mankot, Himachal Pradesh, India, Asia Date: c.