- Other Title
- Two exorcists
- Place where the work was made
- Han dynasty 206 BCE - 220 CE → China
- 206 BCE-220 CE
- Media category
- Materials used
- 10.5 cm
- Gift of Mr Sydney Cooper 1962
- Not on display
- Accession number
This dancer (pair with EC12.1962), legs and arms raised as if in time to music, vividly captures the liveliness that must have pervaded Han cities. The figure is small, hand-modelled and unpainted, but immediate in its naturalism and apparent spontaneity.
Jackie Menzies, 'Early Chinese Art', AGNSW, 1983. cat.no. I.
Where the work was made
Referenced in 3 publications
Edmund Capon, The Australian Antique Collector, 'Chinese tomb figures in the Art Gallery of New South Wales', pg. 96-101, Chippendale, Jan 1981-Jun 1981, 97 (illus.). fig.no. 3
Mr V V W Fretwell, Mr L G Harrison, Ivan McMeekin and J. Hepburn Myrtle (Compilators), Chinese ceramics, Sydney, 1965, 18. cat.no. 8
Jackie Menzies, Early Chinese Art, Sydney, 1983, not paginated. cat.no. XI See 'Further Information' for text.