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Archives of Asian Art (2021) 71 (2): 131–170.
Published: 01 October 2021
...Katherine Renhe Tsiang Abstract This study reexamines images and textual materials that can be related to the dating and iconography of caves at Yungang and Longmen and the historical transition between them. The transition is associated with the move of the Northern Wei capital from Pingcheng...
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Archives of Asian Art (2006) 56 (1): 61–80.
Published: 01 April 2006
...Karil Kucera Copyright © Asia Society 2005 Recontextualizing Kanjingsi: Finding Meaning in the Emptiness at Longmen* KARIL KUCERA ST. OLAF COLLEGE On the east side of theYi River at Longmen, a side which at present lacks a dominant Buddha grouping such as is seen has...
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Figure 15. Principal triad and niches on side walls, Longmen Guyang Cave. Photograph: Katherine Tsiang. More
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Figure 16a. South wall drawing, detail, Longmen Guyang Cave. Image courtesy of the Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 22a. Niche 228, Guyang Cave north wall. Image courtesy of Longmen Research Institute. More
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Archives of Asian Art (2006) 56 (1): 11–30.
Published: 01 April 2006
..., foreigners, and by the same patron, but also because that patron engaged monastics, plus a whole range of men from bureaucrats in both individual and collective patronage. At sites like the and generals to beggars, slaves, and artisans. Hence the Guyang Cave at Longmen, niches sponsored by individual...
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Archives of Asian Art (2009) 59 (1): 105–133.
Published: 01 April 2009
... deceased family members and relatives but rather to indicate those devotees who responded to of one’s own generation are also beneficiaries.65 In the a monk’s teaching, for example, as in the Sinmyo Triad. large corpus of dedicatory inscriptions in the Longmen This point is significant, since it implies...
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Figure 16b. Detail showing Niche 304, north wall drawing, GuyangCave. Image courtesy of the Longmen Research Institute. More
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Archives of Asian Art (2009) 59 (1): 135–180.
Published: 01 April 2009
... Head of Buddha from Longmen. China. Tang dynasty (618–907), early 8th c. Dark gray schist with traces of pigment; h. 39.5 cm. Museum purchase, Fowler McCormick, Class of 1921, Fund, 2008- 48. Photo: Bruce M. White. 170 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM 39. Illustrated Gleanings...
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Figure 17a. Niche 304, dedicated to the Duke of Shiping, Guyang Cave, north wall. Image courtesy of Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 17b. Rubbing of relief carving in the Buddha aureole, Niche 304, Guyang Cave. Image courtesy of the Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 18b. Detail of attendant bodhisattva and donor figures, Niche 94, Guyang Cave. Image courtesy of Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 18c. Rubbing of dedicatory inscription by Lady Yuchi, Niche 94, Guyang Cave. Image courtesy of the Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 20b. Rubbing of relief carvings on lintel and column, Niche 111, Guyang Cave. Photograph: courtesy of Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 24b. Base of throne (detail), Niche 134, Guyang Cave north wall. Image courtesy of Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 19. Rubbing dedicatory inscription by the Prince of Beihai, dated 498, Niche 51, Guyang Cave. Image courtesy of the Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 21. Rubbing of carving on front of the Buddha's throne (detail), Niche 234, Guyang Cave north wall. Image courtesy of the Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 23. Niche 66 with Fasheng dedicatory inscription dated 503, Guyang Cave south wall. Image courtesy of Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 24a. Buddha seated with lions at base of throne, Niche 134, Guyang Cave north wall. Image courtesy of Longmen Research Institute. More
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Figure 14. Principal seated Buddha image and standing figures north wall, ca. 500–523, Longmen Binyang Central Cave. Photograph: Katherine Tsiang. More