FMNH 116204.nosub[1]

  • 116204: Goddess Si Wang Mu flying
    Scanner:Keri Jakubowski
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Goddess Si Wang Mu flying astride a Crane (bird). detail of an embroidered silk, wood screen. Ten panels in carved frames of black wood, shows the 8 immortals paying homage and bringing presents to the Queen Mother of the West. Embroidered screen of ten panels in carved frames of black wood. The Eight Immortals (Pa-hsien) do homage and bring presents to the Queen Mother of the West (Hsi-wang-mu) Kang-hsi period, end of 17th Century.
  • 116204: Goddess Si Wang Mu flying

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Goddess Si Wang Mu flying astride a Crane (bird). detail of an embroidered silk, wood screen. Ten panels in carved frames of black wood, shows the 8 immortals paying homage and bringing presents to the Queen Mother of the West
  • 116204: screen

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Goddess Si Wang Mu flying astride a Crane (bird). detail of an embroidered silk, wood screen. Ten panels in carved frames of black wood, shows the 8 immortals paying homage and bringing presents to the Queen Mother of the West

  • [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: scan of annotated catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | [Field Museum Subject Code] 54B-13/16 | Country: China | Locality: Singanfu | People: Chinese | Name: Embroidered screen consisting of 1- panels in carved frames of black wood. The Eight Immoratals (Pa-hsien [Ba1 xian1]) do homage & bring presents to the Queen-Mother of the West (Hsi-wang-mu [Xi1 wang2 mu3]). | Collection: Mrs. T. B. Blackstone Expedition, Berthold Laufer, Collector 1908-1910. | Notes: K'ang-hsi [Kangxi] period, end of 17th century, neg no. 35501, 2 (album 166) | Width 560 cm | Height 350 cm | Embroidery | Price: T 500 | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 116204 | ENT | 7326-7346 | Acc. 1114 |
Catalog Number: 116204.nosub[1]
Description: screen (5 of 10)
Materials: embroidered silk, wood
Cultural Attribution: Han Chinese
Time Period: Qing Dynasty - 17th century AD
Locality: Asia, China, Shaanxi, Xian - Singanfu
Accession Number: [1114] Blackstone Chinese and Tibetan Expedition - 1908-1910 (Expedition)
Accession Year: 1910
Continent: Asia
Country: China
Province/State: Shaanxi
City/Town: Xian - Singanfu
Collector/Source: Blackstone Chinese and Tibetan Expedition - 1908-1910, B. Laufer : Field Museum of Natural History
IRN: 1352724
GUID: 14328b7a-cc3f-4a81-a6c5-8730e60d04cb