Li fo tu: Di si ku nan bi dong bu li fo tu di er ceng
- Warner, Langdon, 1881-1955, American, associated name, donor
- Creation Date:
- Rubbing of carved stone images from relief sculpture (part of decorative horizontal band) depicting individual(s) in Buddhist votive procession. Images include 12 human figures (monk, officials and attendents), canopies, lotus flowers, flags and trees. From: Gongxian Cave no. 4, south wall, east side, 2nd. row of the "Li fo tu (Buddhist votive procession)" frieze.
- 42.5 x 135 cm
- No linguistic content
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friezes (ornamental bands)
- Style Period:
- Northern Wei
- Citation/references: Gong Xian shi ku si (Zhongguo shi ku, v.2), 1989. pl. 146; fig. 28, p. 262.
General note: Gongxian cave temples: a set of 5 Buddhist grottoes (dated between 517-539), located 8 kms north of Gongxian (midway between Luoyang and Zhengzhou), Henan province.
Historical: Cave 4 date: from 1st. yr. of Yongan (Northern Wei), to 2nd yr. of Yuanxiang, Eastern Wei (528-539).
- Fine Arts Library, Special Collections, Harvard University
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