Unidentified Artist Chinese, active late 13th–15th century. Children Playing in the Palace Garden, late 13th–15th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, The Dillon Fund Gift, 1987 (1987.150) #spring
LARGE HAN DYNASTY GLAZED POTTERY HOUSE Unusually large, Chinese Han Dynasty, partially iridescent green glazed pottery model of a house; the rectangular form with single opening to the front: set on four shaped feet, and with separately modeled sloped roof; H: 24"
Large and Unusual Two Story Model House Sichuan Province, China, Han Dynasty, 206 - 220 AD - Architectural models were placed in Han tombs for use in the afterlife and symbolized the high status of the person buried in the tomb
Model of a Farmstead, c. 1st-2nd century. Northern Vietnam, High-fired earthenware with accidental ash glazing. 2-1/4 x 14-1/4 x 14-1/4 in. (31.1 x 36.2 x 36.2 cm). Gift of the Asian Art Council. AN: 2001.31.6.1a-i. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts,
Han Dynasty Pottery Granary. Unearthed from Tomb No. 2 in Houshiguo Village, Xinmi, Henan Province, the pottery granary is a two-storey joint building, with two detachable windows at the top and four legs at the bottom.