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Published: 01 October 2017
41. Liu Jun (Chinese, active ca. 1475–ca. 1505), The Daoist Immortal Xan Xiangzi , China, Ming dynasty (1368–1644), undated, late fifteenth–early sixteenth century. Framed hanging scroll; ink and color on silk, image 121.9 × 67.9 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2016.238. Purchase, Oscar L More
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Published: 01 April 2019
Figure 12. Anonymous painter, The Immortal Lü Dongbin Appearing over the Yueyang Pavilion , China, thirteenth–fourteenth century. Fan mounted as an album leaf, ink and color on silk, 23.8 × 25.1 cm. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 17.170.2. Artwork in public domain. Photograph More
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Published: 01 April 2019
Figure 14. Anonymous painter, Immortal Riding a Phoenix , thirteenth century. Fan mounted as an album leaf, ink and colors on silk, 25.3 × 26.2 cm. Palace Museum, Beijing. Figure 14. Anonymous painter, Immortal Riding a Phoenix, thirteenth century. Fan mounted as an album leaf, ink and colors More
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2016) 66 (1): 51–80.
Published: 01 April 2016
...Kumja Paik Kim Abstract The eighteenth-century Korean painter Kim Hong-do 金弘道 (1745–ca. 1806) still dazzles today's viewers with his paintings of genre scenes and Daoist immortals, just as he astonished his contemporaries with his talent and versatility. Although he had numerous patrons, none had...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2018) 68 (1): 67–86.
Published: 01 April 2018
... different social, political, and religious contexts, from city walls and palaces to imperial shrines and tombs. After the First Qin Emperor and Emperor Wu of the Han erected twin towers at the palaces they built in their pursuit of immortality, twin towers also became signifiers of the celestial realm...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 October 2013) 63 (2): 179–187.
Published: 01 October 2013
... Fig. 1. Zhang Jin (China, ca. 1450s– 1520s), Daoist Immortal Han Xiangzi Walking across the Ocean. Hanging scroll...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2007) 57 (1): 95–120.
Published: 01 April 2007
... his strong aspirations to become for commoners’ use. But the vogue was short-lived. an Immortal. Of the three porcelain designs under con- Unlike conventionally written auspicious words, which sideration, one shows auspicious characters emerging have continued to decorate artifacts down to the...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2004) 54 (1): 97.
Published: 01 April 2004
..." Images of the Immortals' Realm," and "Mountains as Spiritual Home" has guided a generation of scholars on Munakata served as a lecturer in the Department of this fundamental subject. History at Yale University from 1962 to 1964, and then...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2007) 57 (1): 23–49.
Published: 01 April 2007
... typically carved with a large dragon and tiger one of the princess’s status have been entitled? Since on opposite long sides of a coffin, accompanied by a the tombs of Gao Huan and Gao Cheng, whose funerals host of Immortals, and additional imagery on the short evoked that of the powerful Han statesman...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2014) 64 (1): 75–92.
Published: 01 April 2014
... the image of three painting in order to reinvent the park as a Communist legendary mountains for the immortals—named Penglai paradise; (4) a reconsideration of Li Keran’s painting of Fangzhang and Yingzhou oating on Beihai in relationship to his career, revealing his strate- the Eastern Sea.25...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2001) 52 (1): 11–43.
Published: 01 April 2001
... on which it turns (Figs. Spring story with the air of an immortality fable; it also 3, /8). We can recognize, though, its nightfall imagery—the reflects the paradise associations of Mount Lu itself. In other decline of the day, and of the year; and its reference to nearby words, Mount Lu, the...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2019) 69 (1): 73–101.
Published: 01 April 2019
...Figure 12. Anonymous painter, The Immortal Lü Dongbin Appearing over the Yueyang Pavilion , China, thirteenth–fourteenth century. Fan mounted as an album leaf, ink and color on silk, 23.8 × 25.1 cm. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 17.170.2. Artwork in public domain. Photograph...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2012) 62 (1): 1–3.
Published: 01 April 2012
... ‘‘Fuji, a falcon, and an eggplant utes, and markets the final product. The editor occupies is more common. One day, however, the closing line of the crucial, scary space in between, a place where there a message about a wayward author read ‘‘Fuji, Falcon, can be, in the immortal words of Monty Python’s...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2003) 53 (1): 111–125.
Published: 01 April 2003
... Fig. 36 Fig. 35. / Senrei Hata (1864-1929). Eight Daoist Immortals (ca. 1915). 41444 Japan. One of a pair of six-fold screens, ink, colors, and gold on paper; 185 x 6o cm (image) 2000.56.ta-f• 2a-f. Philadelphia Museum of Art: A:7 ks,s...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2006) 56 (1): 109–132.
Published: 01 April 2006
... Fig. 17 / Chen Hongshou. Birthday Celebration (Immortals Celebrating a Birthday). China. 1649. Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk; 302 X 97 cm overall...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2007) 57 (1): 153–192.
Published: 01 April 2007
..., Curator of Asian Art, Chief Curator and Director of Collections Suzuki Harunobu (ca. 1724–1770). The Fifth Month, Rain (Gogatsu-Ame) from the series Popular Versions of Immortal Poets in Four Seasons (Fuzoku shiki kasen). Japan. Ca...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2012) 62 (1): 47–67.
Published: 01 April 2012
... establishing the historicity of certain buildings Immortal with a Sword by the so˘ o˘ l secondary son and the geomantically ‘‘auspicious spot30 born of a yangban man and commoner woman artist Sandalwood Garden, by contrast, invites the viewer Yi Insang (1710–1760) (Fig. 10). Although it appears...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2016) 66 (1): 25–49.
Published: 01 April 2016
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Archives of Asian Art (1 April 2017) 67 (1): 83–109.
Published: 01 April 2017
... contrast, the peony, like the female, remains fresh, immortal, and pure. Moreover, Yun Shouping's Peonies portrays its subject as a heroine, forsaken lover, and agent of the motherland. Other details position Yun Shouping's peony amid the distinctly feminine experience of loss and patriotism during...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 October 2018) 68 (2): 157–190.
Published: 01 October 2018