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

Shunshō Katsukawa (Japanese (culture or style))
Nishiki Hyakunin Isshu Azuma Ori [Eastern Brocade Collection of 100 Poems by 100 Poets]: Harumichi no Tsuraki
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund

Yiran Xingrong (J. Itsunen)
Deshan, from triptych of Three Zen Masters: Linji, Bodhidharma and Deshan
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund

Yiran Xingrong (J. Itsunen)
Bodhidharma, from triptych of Three Zen Masters: Linji, Bodhidharma and Deshan
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
A long hanging scroll with stamps in the top right and middle left of the scroll. The five lines of characters are very shaky.
Kameda Bōsai
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
A scene takes place in a red box, lined with black and red diamond and triangle designs for borders. In the center, a woman sites with a child in her lap. She wears a spotted dress, her hair up, and a nose ring and bindi. The child reaches one hand and places it atop her head, and the other down towards her own upward hands. Surrounding them are seven other figures. One kneels before them, offering his hands up, and another fans the woman from behind. The remaining five figures seem to play together in front of the throne on which the woman and child sit.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
The birth of the Kauravas from a Mahabharata series
19th century
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
A woodblock print, with monochromatic black ink. The impression is good, especially given the detail of the design, although the block appears to have been worn at the outside edges.
Tibetan (Tibetan (culture or style))
Bodhisattva Mañjusri
20th century
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
The horizontal folio from a Kalpasutra manuscript consists of seven lines of text to the left and center broken by a squarish gold symbol framed in a red line and cusped blue lines. Gold diamond shapes framed in red are at the sides, with a vertical red line between the one on the left and the text. Between the text and the right diamond shape there is a painting consisting of three registers of figures against a red ground. The top row depicts three laymen wearing crowns, the middle two monks and a nun and the bottom row three nuns.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Kalpasutra manuscript page: Monks and Devotees
1400 – 1450
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund

Devimahatmya manuscript page: The Goddess Ambika fights a host of demons
1720 – 1730
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
A woodblock print on paper; the block was quite worn when the print was made, resulting in an impression of poor quality.
Tibetan (Tibetan (culture or style))
Padmasambhava in Yabyum (Divine Union)
20th century
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
Vishnu stands with a slight sway to his body with his right hip thrust out, the tribhangha of “thrice bent pose.”  He has four hands to carry his attributes, his front two hold a lotus bud and a conch.  The back two hang down and rather than carry his two weapons are placed on personified figures of them.  At is right is the personified club and on his left his discus.   He wears a diaphanous lower cloth that is so sheer, it appears almost invisible, only the folds of the garment are articulated.  He wears a long garland down almost to his feet and a sacred thread to his waist.  He also wears various pieces of jewelry, including armlets, large earrings and an elaborate crown.  The whole is quite worn due to the way the image has been handled by devotees, who have touched it and applied various substances to it.  His eyes had been inlayed with silver to add  a certain realism to the piece.<br />
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Vishnu with two attendants
9th century
Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund
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