东汉 砖室墓 灰陶画像砖
Eastern Han Dynasty, A Molded Grey Pottery Funerary Brick
Rectangular in shape, one side molded with a hunting scene in a mountain landscape with two bottom bands of geometrice patterns. On the plane of the masonry, it is first painted, and then carved. It has the characteristics of Chinese painting, uses lines as the main means of expression, and reflects the content to be expressed through external body movements. It is the product of the combination of decorative painting, relief and line carving. he unrestrained and flying beauty unique to Qin and Han portrait bricks. The custom of thick burials in the Han Dynasty was prosperous, and stone tombs were produced and developed. Noble landowners carved various patterns on the stone surfaces. The composition of this solid rectangular flat brick depicts hunting on horseback and traveling in chariots and horses. The shape is concise and vivid, and it has a strong sense of movement. The portrait brick and stone art of the Qin and Han Dynasties had an important influence on the painting and sculpture art of the Wei, Jin, Sui and Tang Dynasties. Funerary bricks offer insights into the way people lived during their lifetimes in that period.
Length: 15⅜ in (39 cm)
Width: 6¼ in (15.9 cm)
Height: 3 in (7.6 cm)
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