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Budhisattva of Early Tang Dynasty, Zhang Daqian's Copy of Dunhuang Murals

Chang Dai-chien1941/1943

Sichuan Museum

Sichuan Museum
Chengdu, China

Modern. The bodhisattva was copied from one unknown grotto of Dunhuang. In the picture, the bodhisattva is wearing a crown with her long hair hanging down her shoulders and her upper body is bare. She wearing a transparent shawl, necklaces, wreaths and an armlet.She sitting on the lotus in a red skirt. The right hand holds the incense burner on the chest and the left arm bended. The picture is graceful and well-proportioned, the lines and colors are skillfully used. Compare cool colors like cyan, green and white with red, apply color weak, lively.

Details

  • Title: Budhisattva of Early Tang Dynasty, Zhang Daqian's Copy of Dunhuang Murals
  • Creator: Zhang Daqian
  • Date Created: 1941/1943
  • Location: Collected by Sichuan Museum
  • Width: 67.4cm
  • Length: 131.6cm

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