Horse and female rider


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 207

This painted clay figure likely comes from Astana, Xinjiang, in the far northwest of China. It reflects both the political reach of the Tang empire as it expanded into Central Asia and the influence of the West on the fashions of the time.

Horse and female rider, Unfired clay with pigment, China

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