Chinese, 20th century. A pair of life size replica terracotta warrior sculptures after the third century BC funerary pieces buried with Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China, in 209 BC, the pair comprising a standing general with sword and a kneeling archer (each lacking their weapon which is consistent with the genuine artifacts), each in gray patinated terracotta on an integral rectangular plinth base. Standing general approximate height 61", width 17.5", depth 16". Kneeling archer approximate height 39", width 19.5", depth 20". Provenance: acquired by a Private Collection, Atlanta, Georgia, from the High Museum of Atlanta during their 2008/2009 exhibit "The First Emperor: China's Terracotta Army".
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