Li fo tu: Di san ku nan bi xi bu li fo tu shang ceng
- Warner, Langdon, 1881-1955, American, associated name, donor
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- Rubbing of carved stone images from relief sculpture (part of decorative horizontal band) depicting individual(s) in Buddhist votive procession. Images include 6 human figures (1 monk, 1 female aristocrat and 4 attendants); other images include: canopies, lotus flowers, flags and trees. From: Gongxian Cave no. 3, south wall, west side, part of 1st. row of the "Li fo tu (Buddhist votive procession)" frieze.
- 61 x 67 cm
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- Northern Wei
- Gong Xian Caves, Gong Xian, Henan, China
- Citation/references: Gong Xian shi ku si (Zhongguo shi ku, v.2), 1989. pl. 103; f. 20, p. 254. ; Gong Xian shi ku si, 1963, pl. 114, p. 64.
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 3 date: 2nd. yr. of Xiping - 4th. yr. of Xiaochang, Northern Wei (517-528).
- Fine Arts Library, Special Collections, Harvard University
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