Seated Chijang Posal (Chinese, Dizang Pusa; Sanskrit, Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha) Flanked By Monk Tomyông (Chinese, Daoming) And Demon King Mutôk Kuiwang (Chinese, Wudu Guiwang) And Surrounded By The Ten Kings Of Hell And Their Retinues
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Identification and Creation
Object Number
2001.73
Title
Seated Chijang Posal (Chinese, Dizang Pusa; Sanskrit, Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha) Flanked by Monk Tomyông (Chinese, Daoming) and Demon King Mutôk Kuiwang (Chinese, Wudu Guiwang) and Surrounded by the Ten Kings of Hell and Their Retinues
Other Titles
Alternate Title: Seated Jijang Bosal Flanked by Monk Domyeong and Demon King Mudok Guiwang and Surrounded by the Ten Kings of Hell and their Retinues
Classification
Paintings
Work Type
hanging scroll, painting
Date
18th century
Places
Creation Place: East Asia, Korea
Period
Chosôn dynasty, 1392-1910
Culture
Korean
Physical Descriptions
Medium
Hanging scroll now mounted on a panel and framed; ink, colors, and gold pigment on silk
Dimensions
including mounting: 152.4 x 200.7 cm (60 x 79 in.)
Acquisition and Rights
Credit Line
Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of David Berg, Esq., by exchange
Accession Year
2001
Object Number
2001.73
Division
Asian and Mediterranean Art
Contact
am_asianmediterranean@harvard.edu
Publication History

Hongnam Kim, The Story of a Painting: A Korean Buddhist Treasure from the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation, exh. cat., Asia Society (New York, NY, 1991), p. 30

Korean Fine Art, auct. cat., Kang Collection (New York, NY, c. 1995), cat. no. 19

Subjects and Contexts

Collection Highlights

Verification Level

3 - Good. Object is well described and information is vetted