A terracotta figurine of a male farmer dating to the Eastern Han Dynasty. He is portrayed in a standing pose and holding a large item, possibly a wheelbarrow, to his side. He wears the qujupao (曲裾袍), a traditional Han Dynasty dress comprising of a mid-length outer garment with wide sleeves and a tapering hem. His hair is coiled atop the head in a typical Han male hairdo, leaving his face bare and revealing his exaggerated facial features. The thick and arched brows, the big eyes and high cheekbones imbue the figure with a grotesque appearance, which allows to identify it as a portrait of a peasant, likely a farmer.
Date: AD 25 – 220
Period: Eastern Han Dynasty