The Flying Horse of Gansu, also known as the Bronze Running Horse or the Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow, is a Chinese bronze sculpture from circa the 2nd century CE. Discovered in 1969 near the city of Wuwei, in the province of Gansu, it is now in the Gansu Provincial Museum.
A Chinese bronze Gansu flying horse sculpture. The horse is in a galloping position and features a verdigris tone over a bronze tone finish. The hollow metal item is presented on an oblong red-stain footed wood base.
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The Flying Horse of Gansu is a bronze statue discovered in a Han Dynasty general’s tomb at an important stop along the Silk Road.
Gansu Flying Horse topic. From another angle The Gansu Flying Horse or Han dynasty Flying Horse , Bronze Running Horse (铜奔马 Tóng bēn mǎ) or Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow (马踏飞燕 Mǎtà fēiyàn) is a Chinese sculpture in bronze from the Eastern Han dynasty probably the 2nd century CE.
A modern reproduction of a Gansu Flying Horse (Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow). The Asian-style, 20th century metal horse sculpture depicts a trotting horse, head and tail held high, with what appear to be birds perched on its head and tail.
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The “flying” horse is posed w... Connected to the Chinese zodiac and representing success, this item is a replica of the original bronze cast metal sculpture which was found in 1969 when the 2,000 year old tomb of a Han dynasty army general was discovered along with over 200 other bronze sculptures.
The Gansu Flying Horse or Han dynasty Flying Horse, Bronze Running Horse (銅奔馬 Tóng bēn mǎ) or Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow(馬踏飛燕 Mǎtà fēiyàn) is a Chinese sculpture in bronze from the Eastern Han dynasty probably the 2nd century CE.
Offered is this cast metal Chinese Flying Horse of Kansu figure sculpture statue. It dates to the late Han Dynasty. This is a reproduction of the original which was dug up in 1969.