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Kitao Shigemasa
Temple at Honjo (perspective picture)
1775 – 1785
Museum Purchase

Khmer (Khmer (general))
Guardian Lion
12th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund

19th century
Gift of W. Howard and Margaret Bond

Saitō Kiyoshi (Japanese (culture or style))
Shinadera Nagasaki (Chinese Temple, Nagasaki)
Gift of the artist

Chen Jiru (Ch'ên Chi-ju)
Remote Mountain Temple by the River
1558 – 1639
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund

Jules Ferdinand Jacquemart (French (culture or style))
Le Supplicié Mamija Hasimé
1837 – 1880
Museum Purchase

Gao Cen (Chinese (culture or style))
Buddha's Footprint at Zhutang Temple, from the album, Twelve Views of Jinling (Nanjing) (one of pair of albums)
1667 – 1799
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Carter
The two-armed figure dances with his right leg raised and wrapped around a club.  His left arm crosses his body and rests above the club and his right hand is raised almost to his ear.  Tassels hang from him hips and under his armpits adding a great sense of movement to the whole figure. Multi-hooded snakes are at the base and also around the bottom of the club.  He wears much of jewelry including bracelets, anklets, necklaces with should loops and an elaborate belt.  His stomach protrudes over the belt.  He also has large earrings and a jewel encrusted crown.  His eyes bulge out and his mouth is open showing his teeth. He is a pair with 1980/2.291.<br />
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Dvarapala (temple guardian; pair with 1980/2.291)
15th century
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Leo S. Figiel and Dr. and Mrs. Steven J. Figiel

Jean Boissieu
Vue du Temple de Vesta
Museum Purchase

Saitō Kiyoshi (Japanese (culture or style))
Tosyodaiji (Tôshôdai-ji)
Gift of the artist
Bronze temple bell with traces of polychrome, text, and lowermost handle in shape of a pair of addorsed lions. A decorated post threads through the space created by the back-to-back lions, on which an additional handle decorated with addorsed dragons is thread. The open space created between the dragons&#39; connecting tails is where part of a frame would pass through, suspending the bell above the ground. This type of bell does not have a metal clapper, and is rung by striking with a wooden stick.
Temple bell with handle of a pair of addorsed lions and a dragon
Gift of Timothy L. Dickinson and Anja Lehmann

Project for a Papal Medal
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
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