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Published Wednesday, November 13, 19 | By PaulvHill

Contributed by Ronna Fleischman Although China’s history of sculpture dates back over 6000 years, its ascension to a fine art form was slow to occur.  Until recent centuries, large sculptures were too expensive for private individuals to create.  Sculpture was most commonly an expression of religion and used to adorn temples and mausoleums. However, Chinese artists created smaller, delicate figures and animals using a number of raw materials from sand and wood, to jade and bronze. Many of these antiquities have become precious treasures of Chinese art. Read More 

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