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Hand of Buddha
Place of Origin: China, Xiangtangshan
Historical Period: Tang dynasty (618-907)
Materials: Polished grey limestone
Dimensions: H. 27 in x W. 18 in x D. 12 in, H. 68.5 cm x W. 45.7 cm x D. 30.4 cm
Credit Line: Transfer from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Gift of the M.H. de Young Endowment Fund
Department: Chinese Art
Collection: Sculpture
Object Number: B69S37
On Display: No

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Exhibition History: "Sources of Japanese Buddhist Art", Nara National Museum, 4/29/1978 - 6/11/1978
"Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples at Xiangtangshan", Alfred Smart Museum of Art (9/30/2010-1/16/2011), Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (2/26/2011-7/31/2011), Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University (9/10/2011-1/1/2012), San Diego Museum of Art (2/18/2012-7/22/2012), Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (9/11/2012-1/6/2013)
Exhibition History: "Sources of Japanese Buddhist Art", Nara National Museum, 4/29/1978 - 6/11/1978
"Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples at Xiangtangshan", Alfred Smart Museum of Art (9/30/2010-1/16/2011), Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (2/26/2011-7/31/2011), Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University (9/10/2011-1/1/2012), San Diego Museum of Art (2/18/2012-7/22/2012), Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (9/11/2012-1/6/2013)