Southeast Asian Polychrome Entertainer

c. 1850
$3,980 USD
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W: 14.0" D: 12.0" H: 41.0"
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This polychromed wood figure from southeast Asia dates to the mid-19th century and depicts a male attendant or entertainer. Hand-carved by a skilled artisan, the wooden figure is dressed in a vest and cloth pants and wears a traditional pointed headdress. With an expressive, smiling face, he stands atop a rocky formation with a jaunty posture. Remnants of pigment suggest that the sculpture was once accented with vivid colors and decorative patterns.

Additional Dimensions:
Base: 14"W x 12"D

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