Religious Wood-block Prints of the Far East: An Exhibition of Chinese, Korean and Japanese Religious Wood-block Prints Dating from the Seventh to the Nineteenth Century, Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University, Oct. to Nov., 1948
The Museum, 1948 - Art and religion - 14 pages
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actual printing ADORING FIGURES AMIDA BUDDHAS applied Ashikaga Period Cat baren BISHAMONTEN block print Boston Museum BRONZE BUDDHA BUDDHA AND ADORING BUDDHA AND ATTENDANTS BUDDHA OF NARA Buddhist carved Central line China CHINESE colored by hand dated deity EAST eighteenth and nineteenth exhibition Fogg Museum FOUR-ARMED BODHISATTVA FOUR-HEADED FUDO Fujiwara Period gift of Charles gift of Richard gift of Sir hand colored HARVARD UNIVERSITY Hobart holy Hoyt Illustrated Plate images impression ISHANATEN Kamakura Period KOREAN AND JAPANESE KWANNON Lent by Robert line of inscription metal Ming Dynasty Museum of Art MYO-O numbers October to November OEI-BAN TYPE Paine Paper or silk pilgrims print on paper recut RELIGIOUS WOOD-BLOCK PRINTS rubbed Sachs sacred SEATED BUDDHAS SECT OF BUDDHISM SHINGON SECT Shinto shrines sight Sir Percival David stamps STANDING BUDDHA stencil T'ang Dynasty TAEMA MANDARA technique Tokugawa Period Tokushi Tun-huang style VAJRA wood-cuts XV century XVH century XVIH Yusho