105 UMMA Objects
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Shao Mi
Viewing the Waterfall at Mount Kuang-lu
1620 – 1642
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1966/1.92

Chen Jiru (Ch'ên Chi-ju)
Remote Mountain Temple by the River
1558 – 1639
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
1972/2.351

Zhan Jingfeng (Chan Ching-feng)
Bamboo, Rock and Tree
1550s
Gift of Jean-Pierre Dubosc
1978/2.20
Album leaf in black ink. Left page contains text and the right page depicts a man with a beard and mustache, dressed in robes, and holding a bamboo staff.
Xie Bin
Portrait of Wang Guangan (Wang Kuang-an), Physician
1660 – 1680
Gift of David L. Chambers and John G. Crane
2002/1.232.1

Flemish;French (Flemish (culture or style);French (culture or style))
Illuminated Leaf from Book of Hours
15th century
Gift of Ilene H. Forsyth
2018/1.312

Wang Jian (Chinese (culture or style))
Landscape, Lakes and Mountains to the Farthest Distance
1661
Gift of Mr. Chung Mo-nan
1956/2.18
This miniature painting depicts a group of male figures gathered around a coffin draped with a blue cloth. Two pairs of candles set on tall candlesticks are placed at the head and foot of the coffin. To the left of the coffin stand four mourners wearing long gray robes with hoods. Facing them from the other side of the coffin are three tonsured clergymen dressed in white, who look at an open book placed before them. The group stands upon a green tiled floor next to a pink wall. The background is painted red and decorated with an exuberant pattern of gold scrolling foliage motifs.
Gold Scrolls Group
Leaf from a book of hours with a funeral mass
1415 – 1455
Anonymous Gift in memory of Mrs. John Alexander
1993/2.8
A scene in the life of Mahavira. The composition is designated a narrow strip near the left, while the rest of the page is used for text and red circles. The illustration is divided into two registers, with depictions of two women in each. The infant Mahavira is seen in his mother’s arms, at the upper left.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
The Sixth Night Vigil from a Kalpasutra manuscript (fol. no. 38v), depicting two pairs of queens
1478
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink in memory of Morris Foster
1981/2.162
The painting depicts an orchid on the left, with calligraphical texts on the right-hand half. Paper is faded, and ink is black.
Shitao (Shih-t'ao)
Orchid and Colophon
1644 – 1707
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
1955/2.12
In this idyllic scene, the goddess Parvati offers her husband Shiva a drink, as they enjoy a quiet moment together. Their children, the elephant-headed Ganesha and Skanda, play inside a tent made from the hide of an elephant demon that Shiva had slain. Both parents are clothed in animal skins, the garb of mountain-dwelling ascetics, while Shiva is further adorned with a long necklace of skulls and a snake.
Artist Unknown, India, Punjab Hills, Kangra School
Shiva and his family
1790 – 1800
Gift of Dr. Walter R. Parker
1942.4
On this page is a simply painted rabbit accompanied by 5 lines of inscriptions. The rabbit has black ears and appears to be sitting on a black platform of some sort. The rabbit is off-center to the left. To the right of the rabbit are three vertical lines of writing and to the left are two vertical lines of writing. Following the last inscription on the far left side is a stamp in red. The lines go in descending order-- the top right starting from the highest point until the last line on the left starts closest to the bottom of the page.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Rabbit, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert Willson
1982/2.7.7

Wang Shang-Yi
Calligraphy sample in Clerical Script
20th century
Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing
TC2006.20.7
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