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Rubbing

Object Number:85-37-16
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Chinese
Provenience: China
Sichuan
Leshan
Period: Han Dynasty
Date Made: 1930's
Early Date: 1930
Late Date: 1939
Section:Asian
Materials:Ink
Rice Paper
Technique:Carved
Iconography:Human Figure
Snake
Credit Line:Gift of Anneliese Gutkind-Bulling, 1985
Other Number:17 - Other Number

Description

Figure with Horns, Large Ears, possibly from Tomb 3 of Shiziwan, Leshan. Figure with horns, large ears, and large eyes. Similar to 85-37-6. Possibly holding a snake. One of a set of rubbings made in the 1930's of Han Dynasty cave tomb reliefs.

Bibliography:

[Book] Rudolph, Richard C. 1951. Han Tomb Art of West China: A Collection of First and Second Century Reliefs.. Berkeley. University of California Press. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: Plate 8, p. 22View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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