Chinesco Seated Male, Ex- Museum #P1003


Chinesco Seated Male, Ex- Museum #P1003

Culture or Country: Nayarit, Mexico

Period: Ca. 250 B.C. – 300 A.D.

Size: 8.0” H.

Description: Red-orange pottery seated male figure resting his arms on his raised knees. Holding his right hand to his mouth, wearing a single arm band and tiny nose ring. Some remaining fine line white painted details. The figure is repaired from approximately six original pieces, professionally repairs, now invisible to naked eye, no plaster present.

Provenance: Walton Arts Center, Fayetteville, AK, in collaboration with the Sam Walton Family, The University of Arkansas and the City of Fayetteville, acquired from J.F. Starr, 1968.

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