'Chinesca' or 'Chinesco' figurines were named by art dealers after their supposed Chinese-like appearance. An early type, Chinesco is identified with Nayarit and up to five major subgroups have been identified, although there is considerable overlap.
Type A figurines, the so-called 'classic Chinesco', are realistically rendered. One prominent curator, Michael Kan, finds that 'their calm, subtle exterior suggests rather than demonstrates emotion'. These Type A figures are so similar to one another that it has been suggested that they were the production of a single 'school'.
Types B through E are more abstract, characterized by puffy, slit-like eyes blended into the face, and broad rectangular or triangular heads. These figures are often shown seated or reclining, with shortened bulbous legs quickly tapering to a point.
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