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A rare example of Xiwangmu, depicted as a Tang Noblewoman, circa early Qing Dynasty. Probably the first feminist Goddess, in a strongly patriarchal society:  “The Queen Mother was held in especially  ...
A rare example of Xiwangmu, depicted as a Tang Noblewoman, circa early Qing Dynasty. Probably the first feminist Goddess, in a strongly patriarchal society:  “The Queen Mother was held in especially  ...
A rare example of Xiwangmu, depicted as a Tang Noblewoman, circa early Qing Dynasty. Probably the first feminist Goddess, in a strongly patriarchal society:  “The Queen Mother was held in especially  ...
A rare example of Xiwangmu, depicted as a Tang Noblewoman, circa early Qing Dynasty. Probably the first feminist Goddess, in a strongly patriarchal society:  “The Queen Mother was held in especially  ...
a rare example of Xiwangmu, depicted as a Tang Noblewoman, circa early Qing Dynasty. Probably the first feminist Goddess, in a strongly patriarchal society: “The Queen Mother was held in especially high regard by Chinese women who did not represent the societal norm of the submissive woman”. Condition as is, these usually have a votive niche in the back where the donor’s name, date and their wish. This can be accessed by removing some of the original paint but that will be up to the buyer. Actually, quite uncommon to find this as yet undisturbed. If i were to keep this for myself i would put a thin layer of transparent spray on lacquer to stabilize the pigments and wood, can do it for the buyer if so desired. h: 22cm/8.5in and w: 11cm/4.2in. Xiwangmu: Mother Goddess of the West 西王母 http://www.trocadero.com/stores/abhayaasianart/items/1445455/item1445455...
price:  $230.USD