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Description: Scuffle of the Blind Musicians. One of 12 paintings on silk by Han yao-sun. Pigment, silk painting. Exhibit label text: A company of blind musicians have a lively dispute over the division of the coins collected by them during the day's work...pieces of broken cane, umbrella and scale, rags and shoes flying, abacus smashed to pieces, balls scattered to the ground.[Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
Description: The Tribute Lion, painting in colors on silk. Live lions were frequently sent as gifts to the Chinese court by the kings of Persia and portrayed by Chinese artists. A Chinese emperor examines a lion presented to him by another man. By Han Yao-sun, "in the style of masters of the Yuan period." One of 12 paintings on silk by Han yao-sun.[Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
Description: Poet Li Po, inscription legend on picture. A thousand days of intoxication won him glory for ten thousand years. pigment, silk. 1 of 12 paintings on silk by Han yao-sun.File linkScanner: Keri Jakubowski
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Description: scan of annotated catalog cardCatalog Number: 116100.8Description: paintings in albumMaterials: pigment, silkCultural Attribution: Han ChineseLocality: Asia, China, Beijing, Beijing - PekingAccession Number:  Blackstone Chinese and Tibetan Expedition - 1908-1910 (Expedition)Accession Year: 1910Continent: AsiaCountry: ChinaProvince/State: BeijingCity/Town: Beijing - PekingCollector/Source: Blackstone Chinese and Tibetan Expedition - 1908-1910, B. Laufer : Field Museum of Natural HistoryEMu IRN: 1352665GUID: 3d545e75-2cfc-455b-843a-26e2de12f535
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