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Album of Daoist and Buddhist Themes: Procession of Daoist Deities: Leaf 15

Album of Daoist and Buddhist Themes: Procession of Daoist Deities: Leaf 15

1200s
Location: not on view

Did You Know?

Hehe Grand Guardian 和合太保 holds a ruyi scepter.

Description

Four Field Marshals of the Daoist pantheon dressed in military garb are, from right to left, Tian 田元帥, Peng 彭元帥, Tao Yuanxin 陶元信, and Zhang Xiansheng 張賢聖. Hehe Grand Guardian 和合太保 and Heavenly Lord Xie Shirong 謝仕榮 in the upper row are each more simply dressed in a cap and robe tied at the waist.
  • Wang Hui 王翬 [1632–1717]
    Li Jiale 李嘉樂 [jinshi of 1863]
    Zhu Hang 朱沆 [active 19th century]
    1910–?
    Dr. F. R. (Fredrik Robert) Martin [1868–1933], Stockholm, Sweden, and Munich, Germany
    ?–1947
    Mrs. L. M. Morris [20th century], England
    March 25, 1947
    (Sotheby's, London, sale, 25 March 1947, lot 118, sold to Stephen Junkunc III)
    1947–78
    István “Stephen" Junkunc III [1904–1978], by descent to his son Stephen Junkunc IV
    1978–2004
    (Stephen Junkunc IV [b. 1937], Miami, FL, sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art)
    2004–
    The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
  • Martin, F. R. Zeichnungen nach Wu tao-tze aus der götter- und sagenwelt Chinas. München: F. Bruckmann a.g, 1913.
    Giuffrida, Noelle. Representing the Daoist God Zhenwu, the Perfected Warrior, in Late Imperial China. PhD diss. University of Kansas, 2008. Mentioned: pp. 52-58; Reproduced: p. 321, fig. 2.48
    Chou, Ju-hsi and Anita Chung. Silent poetry: Chinese paintings from the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH: Cleveland Museum of Art, 2015. Reproduced: pp. 174-195
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