Asian Section

Vol. XVII / No. 1

By: Ananda K. Coomaraswamy

A Statuette Of Vishnu From Kashmir

The Museum of the University of Pennsylvania is the fortunate possessor of a very finely sculptured and well preserved statuette […]

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Vol. XVII / No. 1

By: Helen E. Fernald

Some Chinese Grave Figures

I Introduction Mention was made in a recent article in THE MUSEUM JOURNAL1 of some Chinese grave figurines which have […]

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Vol. XVII / No. 1

By: Helen E. Fernald

Three Ming Pottery Figures

Vistors to the University Museum have noticed for some time past a group of three pottery statuettes in the Chinese […]

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Vol. XVI / No. 3

By: Helen E. Fernald

Mortuary Figures Of The T’ang Dynasty

On May 22, 1925, there was opened to invited guests of the Museum an Exhibition of Chinese Art which included […]

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Vol. XV / No. 4

Gandhara Sculpture

Among its more recent acquisitions, the Museum is fortunate in having a group of the Graeco-Buddhist sculpture found in the […]

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Vol. XV / No. 4

Chinese Sculpture Recently Acquired

A number of important pieces of Chinese sculpture accumulated during the last two years deserve special mention, though at this […]

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Vol. XIV / No. 1

By: George Byron Gordon

A Fine Chinese Stela in the Museum

The votive stela recently acquired by the Museum is one of exceptional interest and importance. Its outline and proportions are […]

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Vol. XII / No. 2

By: C. W. Bishop

Shantung, China’s Holy Land

Not chance alone has brought Shantung, instead of some other of China’s Eighteen Provinces, to the fore at the late […]

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Vol. IX / No. 3-4

By: C. W. Bishop

The Horses of T’ang T’ai-Tsung

Of the Antecedents of the Chinese Horse Before attempting to describe the series of reliefs so widely known as the […]

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Vol. IX / No. 2

By: C. W. Bishop

Recent Accessions Of Chinese Sculpture

It is becoming steadily more evident as arch√¶ological study progresses that advancement in the arts of civilized life is as […]

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