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Shaka, the Historical Buddha, with Two Attendants and the Ten Rasetsunyo

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Provenance

Prior to 1886 purchased by Ernest Francisco Fenollosa; 1886 purchased by Charles Goddard Weld from Ernest Fenollosa; 1911 bequeathed by Charles Goddard Weld to the Museum.

Credit Line

Fenollosa-Weld Collection

Shaka sanzon ju rasetsu nyo zo

Japanese, Kamakura period, 14th century

Catalogue Raisonné

Kajima Volume 1: Chapter 1, pg. 7: no. 23

Dimensions

89.4 x 38.2 cm (35 3/16 x 15 1/16 in.) (height x width)

Accession Number

11.4100

Medium or Technique

Panel; ink, color, and gold on silk

Collections

Asia

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