Chinese sculpture
Chinese art is visual art that, whether ancient or modern, originated in or is practiced in China or by Chinese artists. The Chinese art in the Republic of China (Taiwan) and that of overseas Chinese ...
Indian sculpture
The first known sculpture in the Indian subcontinent is from the Indus Valley civilization (3300–1700 BC), found in sites at Mohenjo-daro and Harappa in modern-day Pakistan. These include the famous ...
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Japanese sculpture
The sculpture of Japan started from the clay figure. Japanese sculpture received the influence of the Silk Road culture in the 5th century, and received a strong influence from Chinese sculpture after...
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Korean sculpture
Korean sculpture has a long history.
Korean sculpture was exported abroad, primarily during the Baekje period to Japan, where Korean Buddhist sculptures from the seventh century still exist. In th...
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Assyrian statue (BM 124963)
The Assyrian statue (British Museum number 124963) was originally set up in the temple of Ishtar in Nineveh (near the modern city of Mosul in northern Iraq). The statue remains the only known Assyrian...
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Moto-Hakone Stone Buddhas
Moto-Hakone Stone Buddhas (元箱根石仏群, Moto-Hakone sekibutsu) is a grouping of stone sculptures and associated tō (pagodas), dating from the late Kamakura period and located in the former village ...
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Sculpture in the Indian subcontinent
The first known sculpture in the Indian subcontinent is from the Indus Valley civilization (3300–1700 BC), found in sites at Mohenjo-daro and Harappa in modern-day Pakistan. These include the famous ...
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Ancient Crosses of India
Saint Thomas Christian crosses are ancient crosses which belonged to the ancient community of Saint Thomas Christians of Indian sub continent who trace their origins to the evangelistic activity of Sa...
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Statue of Idrimi
The Statue of Idrimi is an important ancient Middle Eastern sculpture found at the site of Alalakh by the British archaeologist Sir Leonard Woolley in the 1930s. Dating from the 16th century BC, the s...
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Doctor's lady
A Doctor's lady is a small figurine depicting a nude or nearly nude female, usually said to have been used by traditional Chinese male physicians to allow a female patient to indicate the location of ...
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Seal knob
Seal knob (印纽), sometimes also seal sculpture, refers to the hardstone carving or small decorative relief at the head and front of a seal. The associated carving technique is called knob carving (纽刻),...
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Hurrian foundation pegs
The Hurrian foundation pegs, also known as the Urkish lions, are twin copper foundation pegs each in the shape of a lion that probably came from the ancient city of Urkesh (modern Tell Mozan) in Syria...
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Monumental propaganda
Lenin's Plan of "Monumental Propaganda" – is a strategy proposed by Lénin of employing visual monumental art (revolutionary slogans and monumental sculpture) as an important means for propagating revo...
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Bisj Pole
A Bisj or Bis pole is a ritual artifact created and used by the Asmat people of south-western New Guinea up to the present day. Bisj poles can be erected as an act of revenge, to pay homage to the anc...
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