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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 1. Reproductions of the Fan Shi Stele rubbings, from Huang Yi 黃易 (1744–1802), Engraved Texts of the Lesser Penglai Pavilion [ Xiao Penglaige jinshi wenzi ] (1800), 4: fig. 1a–b . Woodblock print on paper, H. 31 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Thomas J. Watson Library More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 2. Transcription of the text of the Fan Shi Stele rubbings, from Huang, Engraved Texts , 4: fig. 1a. Woodblock print on paper, H. 31 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Thomas J. Watson Library. Figure 2. Transcription of the text of the Fan Shi Stele rubbings, from Huang More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 4. Page from a set of rubbings of the Fan Shi Stele owned by Huang Yi, thirteenth century. Ink on paper, mounted as an album, 34 × 34 cm. Palace Museum, Beijing (新00046690). Photographer: Li Mingjie. Figure 4. Page from a set of rubbings of the Fan Shi Stele owned by Huang Yi More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 10. Rubbings of the Fan Shi Stele (left) and its header (right), after 1787. Ink on paper, 100 × 66 cm. Courtesy of Special Collections, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University (W284107). Figure 10. Rubbings of the Fan Shi Stele (left) and its header (right), after 1787. Ink on paper More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 7. Reproductions of the Fan Shi Stele rubbings, from Huang, Engraved Texts , 4: fig. 9b. Woodblock print on paper, H. 31 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Thomas J. Watson Library. Figure 7. Reproductions of the Fan Shi Stele rubbings, from Huang, Engraved Texts, 4: fig More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 3. Transcription of colophons to the Fan Shi Stele rubbings by Bi Yuan 畢沅 (1730–1797), and Yan Zhangming 嚴長明 (1731–1789), from Huang, Engraved Texts , 4: figs. 6b–7a. Woodblock print on paper, H. 31 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Thomas J. Watson Library. Figure 3 More
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Archives of Asian Art (2020) 70 (1): 23–49.
Published: 01 April 2020
...Figure 1. Reproductions of the Fan Shi Stele rubbings, from Huang Yi 黃易 (1744–1802), Engraved Texts of the Lesser Penglai Pavilion [ Xiao Penglaige jinshi wenzi ] (1800), 4: fig. 1a–b . Woodblock print on paper, H. 31 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Thomas J. Watson Library...
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 19. Reproduction of a figure from a Tang-dynasty rubbing of the Wu Liang Shrine, from Huang, Engraved Texts , 1: fig.7a. Woodblock print on paper, H. 31 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Thomas J. Watson Library. Figure 19. Reproduction of a figure from a Tang-dynasty More
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Published: 01 October 2017
Figure 6. Rubbing of the Guokeda M4 mirror illustrated in Figure 5 . From Changsha Shi Bowuguan, Chufeng Hanyun , 3, fig. 1. Figure 6. Rubbing of the Guokeda M4 mirror illustrated in Figure 5. From Changsha Shi Bowuguan, Chufeng Hanyun, 3, fig. 1. More
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Published: 01 October 2017
64. Attributed to Tao Hongjing (Chinese, Southern dynasties, 420–589), Rubbing of Yihe Ming 瘞鶴銘 [Inscription on Burying a Crane], original carving dated to 514, rubbing made ca. 2010s. Rubbing; ink on paper, 64 × 96 cm. Spencer Museum of Art, 2016.0021.A. Museum purchase: R. Charles and Mary More
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Published: 01 October 2020
Figure 12. Rubbing of the stele commemorating Christianity in China. Stele : Xi'an, China, 781 ce (Tang dynasty). Stone, h. 279 cm. Rubbing : Beilin Museum, Xi'an. Collection of the Asian Civilisations Museum, Gift of Ethel Kum Lin Chong, 2017-00670. Figure 12. Rubbing of the stele More
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Published: 01 October 2020
Figure 6. Rear panel, Yuan Mi's stone sarcophagus, probably near Luoyang, Henan province, 524 ce . Rubbing. After Okumura, “Mekki kōshiden sekkan no kokuga ni tsuite,” 370. Figure 6. Rear panel, Yuan Mi's stone sarcophagus, probably near Luoyang, Henan province, 524 ce. Rubbing. After Okumura More
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Published: 01 October 2020
Figure 4. West-side panel, Yuan Mi's stone sarcophagus, probably near Luoyang, Henan province, 524 ce . Rubbing. After Okumura, “Mekki kōshiden sekkan no kokuga ni tsuite,” folded illustration, unpaginated. Figure 4. West-side panel, Yuan Mi's stone sarcophagus, probably near Luoyang, Henan More
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Published: 01 October 2020
Figure 3. East-side panel, Yuan Mi's stone sarcophagus, probably near Luoyang, Henan province, 524 ce . Rubbing. After Okumura, “Mekki kōshiden sekkan no kokuga ni tsuite,” folded illustration, unpaginated. Figure 3. East-side panel, Yuan Mi's stone sarcophagus, probably near Luoyang, Henan More
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Published: 01 October 2020
Figure 1. Yan Zhenqing (Chinese, 709–785), Record of the Altar of the Immortal of Mount Magu (detail), rubbing of a stele dated 771. Ink on paper, 26.5 × 15.5 cm. Tokyo National Museum. Photograph: TNM Image Archives. Figure 1. Yan Zhenqing (Chinese, 709–785), Record of the Altar of the More
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Published: 01 October 2020
Figure 8. Layer 1 (inner layer), the simulated “coffin,” Yuan Mi's stone sarcophagus, probably near Luoyang, Henan province, 524 ce . Made by Jie Shi, with rubbing from Okumura, “Mekki kōshiden sekkan no kokuga ni tsuite,” folded illustration, unpaginated. Figure 8. Layer 1 (inner layer), the More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 8. Lü Dalin 呂大臨 (ca. 1047–1093), Northern Song dynasty (960–1127), reproductions of rubbings from the Jin Jiang Tripod , from Illustrated Investigations of Antiquity , 1092, from Huang Sheng, Yizhengtang chongxiu kaogutu ( 1752), 1: fig. 6b. Woodblock print on paper, 24.1 × 15 cm. Getty More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 20. Wu Changshi 吳昌碩 (1844–1927), Peonies in a Bronze Vessel ( Zhou Wuzhuan ding taben 周無專鼎拓本), dated 1903. Hanging scroll; ink rubbing ( quanxingta 全形拓), ink and colors on paper, 133 × 66 cm. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (EA2007.103). Figure 20. Wu Changshi 吳昌碩 (1844–1927), Peonies in a More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 9. Colophons by Weng Fanggang 翁方鋼 (1733–1818) and Lu Wenchao 盧文弨 (1717–1796) to a thirteenth-century rubbing of the Fan Shi Stele owned by Huang Yi. Ink on paper, mounted as an album, 34 × 34 cm. Palace Museum, Beijing (新00046690). Photographer: Li Mingjie. Figure 9. Colophons by Weng More
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Published: 01 October 2020
Figure 5a–e. Front panel, Yuan Mi's stone sarcophagus, probably near Luoyang, Henan province, 524 ce . (a) Lotus flower; (b) flying demigods; (c) supporting demigods; (d) warriors; (e) rocks and plants. Rubbing (except for [c], being a negative). After Okumura, “Mekki kōshiden sekkan no kokuga More