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.
EBTH certifies this item is from the private collection of personal property formerly owned by Dr. Robert H. Schuller.
Shows natural patina