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Antique Chinese Boxwood Corbel
Taoist Immortal
Han Zhongli
Early Republic, Circa: early 1900S'
H 18 in.(46cm), W 7.5 in.(19cm), D 6 in.(15cm)
Condition: age cracks, o.a. good!

Han Zhong-li, the elder of the Taoist Eight Immortals is said to be a general in the Han Dynasty (206-220 BC). When he was defeated by the Tibetan army in an military expedition, he fled into the mountain and met an immortal who transmitted the secret of Tao to him. Here he is seen standing above a longevity peach on one foot, with inlaid eyes and teeth gleaming on a benevolent smiling face, holding a large fan in both hands which are raised above his shoulders. The Qing style corbel carving is lively and fluid in motions. A perfect matching pair to the Zhang Gaolao wood carving.

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