Offering of votive image dedicated by a Buddhist nun paying tributes to her parents ; Bi qiu ? ? Wei fu mu zao xiang ji
Harvard Library, 1923
Parte della collezione Chinese rubbings collection
Rubbing of inscription from votive offering dedicated by a Buddhist nun, to her parents.
Formato: 17 x 13 cm
Note: Citation/references: Ryumon sekkutsu no kenkyu, 1941. p. 348 (inscription no. 860).General note: Script style: kai shu. ; Longmen Grottoes: Buddhist Cave Temples distributed on the cliffs along the banks of Yihe river, 13 kilometers south of Luoyang City, Henan Province. The carving work on the first cave at Longmen was already began when Emperor Xiaowen of Northern Wei Dynasty moved the capital to Luoyang in 495. Construction on caves had been carrying on for more than 500 years, during Western Wei, Eastern Wei, Northern Qi, Sui,Tang and Five Dynasties. Thus formed a scale of more than 2,000 caves and niches, over 100,000 images on 1-kilometer cliffs from south to north on the two hills of Yique. ; Jing shan si dong: Jinshan Temple Cave. Located south of western mountain of Longmen. Cave was built between 656-664 and dedicated by Madam Wei, concubine of Tang Taizhong (reigned 627-649). Historical: Inscription date: 15th day of 10th mo., 6th yr. of Yonghui, Tang Dynasty (655).
Repository: Fine Arts Library, Special Collections, Harvard University"
|LICENZA :||Pubblico dominio|
|ARGOMENTI :||# in Arti / Stili artistici / Stili artistici (non classificati per data) / Arte orientale|
|TAG :||tag: Buddhist nuns , parents , Votive offerings , cave temples , Buddhism , inscriptions|
|DATAZIONE:||1923 - 1925|