|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Anneliese Gutkind-Bulling, 1985|
|Other Number:||22 - Other Number|
Rubbing of a relief depicting a Que (阙) possibly from Shiziwan, Leshan. Que are ceremonial towers. Actual stone que from the Han dynasty exist and are associated with elite burials, marking grave sites. In murals, que are often related to passage into the land of the immortals, often in pairs. Black ink on rice paper. From Han tomb reliefs.
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