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Bactrian terracotta of a camel, 618-907 AC

Bactrian terracotta of a camel, 618-907 AC

Chinese early Tang Dynasty (618-917 c.e.) pottery model of a Bactrian camel with well detailed features, the beast in a walking stance, with head thrown up and mouth agape; together with original separate saddle with bearded foreigner riding and wearing an unusual hat, probably a hunter; the saddle sides with some animals.

Chinese early Tang Dynasty (618-917 c.e.) pottery model of a Bactrian camel with well detailed features, the beast in a walking stance, with head thrown up and mouth agape; together with original separate saddle with bearded foreigner riding and wearing an unusual hat, probably a hunter; the saddle sides with some animals.

Bactrian Camel Riders and Dogs Early Tang Dynasty

Bactrian Camel Riders and Dogs Early Tang Dynasty

Camel [China] (28.121) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Camel [China] (28.121) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Figurilla antropomorfa sedente   Centro de Veracruz   Clásico 200-900 D.C.   Arcilla   36 x 27 x 20 cm.   Colección CONACULTA-INAH-MEX   Ubicación: Sala 1, Museo de Historia Mexicana

Figurilla antropomorfa sedente Centro de Veracruz Clásico 200-900 D.C. Arcilla 36 x 27 x 20 cm. Colección CONACULTA-INAH-MEX Ubicación: Sala 1, Museo de Historia Mexicana

Chinese Terracotta Statue of a Female Rider  PERIOD  618 - 906 AD  CULTURE  Chinese, Tang Dynasty  CATEGORY  Chinese  DIMENSIONS  40 cm H x 32 cm L

Chinese Terracotta Statue of a Female Rider PERIOD 618 - 906 AD CULTURE Chinese, Tang Dynasty CATEGORY Chinese DIMENSIONS 40 cm H x 32 cm L

CHAMEAU TANG ET SA PETITE CHAMELIÈRE | Galerie Golconda

CHAMEAU TANG ET SA PETITE CHAMELIÈRE | Galerie Golconda

Bactrian camel, terracotta Tang Dynasty. This piece is so expressive!

Bactrian camel, terracotta Tang Dynasty. This piece is so expressive!

Pottery of the Tang dynasty

Pottery of the Tang dynasty

A superbly modelled, painted pottery, figure of a standing camel. The camel with realistically modelled pose, head turning back with mouth open, attacking a playful monkey who is seated on the rear of the large pack which sits between the humps. This is a superb realistic portrayal of a heavily laden camel, an animal that was an important part of China's trading life along the Silk Road.

A superbly modelled, painted pottery, figure of a standing camel. The camel with realistically modelled pose, head turning back with mouth open, attacking a playful monkey who is seated on the rear of the large pack which sits between the humps. This is a superb realistic portrayal of a heavily laden camel, an animal that was an important part of China's trading life along the Silk Road.

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