Bronze Replica Han Dynasty Gansu Flying Horse With Letter From Gregory Peck
A monumental cast bronze replica of a Han Dynasty Gansu Flying Horse. This reproduction portrays a majestic galloping horse treading one leg on a flying swallow. This image was introduced to the world in as a symbol of Chinese tourism in the early 21st century. A 1990 note written by Gregory Peck includes a photo of the horse sculpture and thanks Reverend Schuller for this stature which once was placed in Peck’s Holmby Hills home.
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EBTH certifies this item is from the private collection of personal property formerly owned by Dr. Robert H. Schuller.
Shows natural patina