Archaeological reproduction of a horse figure from the Ancient East made in glazed ceramic.
Measurements: 31 x 12 x 30 cm.
In oriental art, different materials were used, such as bronze, jade and ceramics. The most spectacular and famous terracotta figures are those of the Xian Warriors, more than 8,000 life-size statues of soldiers and horses that appeared in the excavation of the tomb of the first emperor of China (3rd century BC). In addition to these sculptures, terracotta was also used to depict smaller figures of anonymous people in everyday scenes.