Late Ming early Qing Dynasty sculpture, carved out of wood, and lacquered thereafter.
The Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) is known for several impressive feats in architecture, sculpture, and other art, such as the beginnings of the Great Wall of China, the construction of the Terracotta Army, and the standardization of the writing system.
Art also flourished during the Ming Dynasty (1368 to 1644). This included literature, painting, music, poetry, and porcelain. Ming vases made of blue and white porcelain were prized at the time throughout the world and are still considered quite valuable.
Chinese cultural traditions and the court became a leading patron in the arts as China enjoyed an extended period of political stability and economic prosperity.
Size: 13(W) x 14(L) x 31(H) cms. | Weight: 480 gms.