Dancing Apsaras

900s
Location: not on view
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The sculpture was made from a rare technique involving alternate layers of cloth and lacquer, modeled on an armature or around a removable clay core.
Dancing Apsaras

Dancing Apsaras

900s

China, late Tang dynasty (618–907) to Five dynasties (907–960)

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