|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Date Made||18th Century - 1893|
|Iconography||Wang Ling Guan王靈官|
Flag with “Numinous Official Wang” (Wang Ling Guan王靈官). This is one of a set of a set of five flags showing the “deities of the five directions”: General Wen (Wen Yuanshuai 溫元帥) for the East; Numinous Official Wang for the Center, General Guan (Guan Yuanshuai 關元帥) for the South, General Ma (Ma Yuanshuai 馬元帥) for the West, and Zhao Xuantan 趙玄壇 for the North. Numinous Official Wang is shown carrying what seems to be a scroll. Natural ground, imagery of a man wearing blue, green and orange robes. Riding a horse, man is holding a scroll in one hand. Multi-colored clouds surround the image. Bordered on three sides by wide cut fringe, three sets of leather ties along one edge.
|Credit Line||Purchased from Korean Commissioner, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893|
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