Archives of Asian Art, vol. 58 (2008)

Archives of Asian Art vol. 58 cover
Vol. 58 (2008) of the Archives of Asian Art has just debuted in the Project MUSE Premium Collection of electronic journals. Vol. 59 (2009) is in proofs and is on track to appear later this year.

The table of contents below contains links to the MUSE edition of each article, along with a sample image from each of the main articles.

Articles

The Eleventh-century Daxiongbaodian of Kaihuasi and Architectural Style in Southern Shanxi’s Shangdang Region
Tracy Miller, p. 1

Fig. 34. Zishengsi. 11th c. – modern additions. Gaoping Municipality, Shanxi Province. View from northwest. Photograph by author.

Fig. 34. Zishengsi. 11th c. – modern additions. Gaoping Municipality, Shanxi Province. View from northwest. Photograph by author.

Identifying Several Visual Types in Gandhāran Buddha Images
Juhyung Rhi, p. 43

Fig. 24. Buddha triad. Dated “year 5.” Provenance unknown. H. 62 cm. Agonshū, Japan. From Kurita, Gandharan Art, vol. 1, P3-VIII.

Fig. 24. Buddha triad. Dated “year 5.” Provenance unknown. H. 62 cm. Agonshū, Japan. From Kurita, Gandharan Art, vol. 1, P3-VIII.

The Disputed Umā-Maheśvara in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art: A Case Study in Reattribution and Reinterpretation
Stephen Markel, p. 87

Fig. 19. Four of the seven Mother Goddesses.

Fig. 19. Four of the seven Mother Goddesses. Ca. 750–800. Madhya Pradesh or Uttar Pradesh, India. Sandstone; h. 56, w. 84. d.15 cm. Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Gift of Dr. Stephen A. Sherwin and Merrill Randol Sherwin, F2004.38. © Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Used by permission.

Euigwe and the Documentation of Joseon Court Ritual Life
Yi Sŏng-mi, p. 113

Fig. 16. Ten Symbols of Longevity Screen. Ten-fold screen; ink and color on silk; 208.5 x 38.9 cm, National Palace Museum of Korea, Seoul.

Fig. 16. Ten Symbols of Longevity Screen. Ten-fold screen; ink and color on silk; 208.5 x 38.9 cm, National Palace Museum of Korea, Seoul.

Obituary: Harrie A. Vanderstappen, S.V.D. (1921–2007)
p. 135

Art of Asia Acquired by North American Museums, 2006–2008
p. 137

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