Mural Painting

C688.5

From: China | Shanxi | Hongtong | Guangshengsi

Curatorial Section: Asian

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Object Number C688.5
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Chinese | Buddhist
Provenience China | Shanxi | Hongtong | Guangshengsi
Period Ming Dynasty
Date Made ca. 1476
Section Asian
Materials Mud | Seeds | Straw | Leaves | Tempera
Technique Mural | Painted
Iconography Yaksa General | Candraprabha
Description

Single panel from a wall mural depicting the right arm of Candraprabha with clouds in the middle and a Yaksa General hand holding a sword at the top and one with his back turned below. Part of a larger mural depicting the Medicine Buddha, Bhaisajyaguru.

Height 190.5 cm
Width 119.38 cm
Credit Line Purchased from C. T. Loo, 1927

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