1865 FOUCHER the Beginnings of Buddhist Art

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The beginningsof Buddhist art,and other3 1924 009 002 308*..../T/7CORNELLUNIVERSITYLIBRARYTHE WASONCHINESE COLLECTIONmCornell University LibraryTheoriginal of this boolagr.^no -a CfQ "^r^ -, e-^>U3_ O p 2" g^ eg 5 o a a ft a 3ftnT3cc, r npjii> p>3.P"!i3R ^ gp:ft.p^S f^ 3 G p ^ ft ^ o M r D3 K ft ^-. r .--ft " w '-'ad oOHr-Kp:^PftON^^Oa na^ftftoi-.3fb. ^-O^ 0 ^ rXi " m^?* T3 K^rtftP" aftcp-ft-'^ _^S!Hr"S,S3^CSr^pa" I"a"-^-o b:S CL o a o 7*^ a aIo^ 'ftON P^Cr"fii(T>pn.o^i-( ETrep D Pop. crS" O^reOCo d.a::o p2, S.^crrenr^OOft5l 3"P"sIcrp'_'fi, a 3^s o o;'p.PP-^|.3-a5 ^En'recr..rere& ^3 3crreO P!^ P'^K^.O)T3wPP3iT.pt^ g-aS^53P re a ^ 3 a re O3 reON ^O 4^ -reOaw Ocrrerearepr^^crrt_^crre^?i--t paTHE GREAT MIRACLE OF CRAVASTIPL.XIXoiAT BENARESPLATE XX^Cf. pp. loO-I.Pl:ueXX wasatmade frominaphotograph takeninas well aswe couldItmanageAjand,September 1897,leftthegloom of Cave VII.represents a portion of thewall of the vestibule of the sanctuary.Wemay compare withitadrawing published by Fergusson and Bur-gess, Cave Temples of India , pi.XXXI.a descriptionWelimit ourselves toborrowingfrom Dr. Burgess,:Notes on the Bauddha Rock Temples of Ajanid (Bombay, 1879), p. 45 The sides of the antechamber are entirely covered with small Buddhas, sculptured in rows of five to seven each, sitting or standingonlotuses,with lotus leaves between them.isThestalk of the lowest central lotustheupheld by two kneeling figures wi'h royal head-dresses canopied by many-headed ndga behind each; on the left are a kneeling figureaand two standing Buddhas, and on the rightndga, and behindBuddhaisbehind theithimare three worshippers with presents...Theisdiversityand alternation oft he mudrdsarewill be noticed; true,onthis wall that the attitudesthe most varied,whichisnotsaying much. For the identification of the two Ndga-rdjas withNandaand Upanandacf.above, p. 161.THE GREAT MIRACLE OF CRAVASTfPL,XXAT AJANTAPLATE XXICf. pp.164-5, 166-7..CT-I"i;^^4|'5- 3- " 5- p O re g- O Ec3 33 3-'"-3IIO3IT!O3 3Bl 3-3- 3 o R O=> ere^-- ^g-"spre re^p CO3-3- t^rere^3- 3-3.p^reCTc -liUni-i^^re-re:b S ^^ C5TO5- S TO J-^^^CP3a- 33- ;^^M3- 3"S onooo:s:2r ^ 3- X ^v ~ 3 2 G 3 -3 -. < ^ ^ct rerec.c3-3bj3- 13.^O^.Hrt3 3iSa,;;;rt3-O P 5^"3^re3C"P3.e- '^ -1 WP 33" "O "3 "X' 3rrreccr3- OrtreOp Oreo3 < p n ftre_3t-.-3rt03 3-o -3Hrt?r rre^3-1^ 3i_jre,C(yi*-*3COo 33"O'^CO ",fiJ3> ae " >- O j3 VI-S o.saGM.S3-2 ^ _o- o ^4-1.ss*Co;^ VJ3I(J dj5CO(/J3S(U_(^O S ^SVh1/1',a -3-i-artG S.i=!-dto^ c-t3^t00 j23Ort^ O J3o-5t--*s au4_JEt->ajl-K^4_,"^-'THE SUCKLING MADONNAPL,XLVI> oOho oo wIDm waoPLATE XL VIICf. pp. 232-3..co^St:IIT3..OCQJ3 j3 OOE o wO-oU-C(JE4-oa.oaoo0)4-1^JH2 c -a u s utr.,-1rtJ33-ao-gHE o O J2 ,2oOax:O-aa oc; U3-T3o3uW3-Ca oo 1) 2 -c ^ " s j^ n o ^ >; o O o o o aTHE BUDDHIST MADONNAPL. XLVIIo2tiloK PcCO O QPLATEXLVIIICf. pp. 141-3, 261, 283-4.I. Group, consisting of P^ncika and Hiriti,aItnowin theMuseum, and reproduced fromVoGEL.photograph kindly lent by Dr.B.comes from the excavations made by Dr. D. Sahri-Bahlol, and has already been publi.-.hed by himIndia,Peshawar J. Ph, Spooner atbothin Arch. Surv.AnnualReport,1906-j,pi.XXXII,c.Inhishands,broken, the genius of riches must have held (right) his lance and (left)the pursewhichHiriii, apparently,(cf.gladdened tyes of the faithfulthe nursling of the goddessweseewas helping him to exhibit to the 141-3 and 283). In addition to also around them five other putti,pp.pedestal.whilst sixteenmareplay abouton theII.This photograph, taken by the author, represents only the with the image of the goddess(cf. pp.central part of the panel,264and 284). For a complete picturetograph published by Dr.1904,p.J.we mayhave recourse to the pho-Ph. Vogel in the B. E. F. E. O., IV,727.THE BUDDHIST MADONNAPL, XLVIII'IbKl?^1.HARITI AND HER PARTNER IN GANDHARA2.HARITI IN JAVAPLATE XLIXCf. pp. 286-7.o ^ Bo1) E>J31)>fallstothemread fallstothem only.For Fortheseread the above .:For " withDele comma.read in .1. 1.1.21 8:: at read from.P. 47,22:Omit:back.1-2 31. 1. 1. 1.For comma read fullstop.P. 48,2612:Omit Omit back ..P. 49,P. 52,:Read marriageable:2831: :one.P. 56,For Semiya For readTemiya.. .P. 58, n. P. 66, P. 68,P. 69,1. 1.For:Saddanta read Shaddanta coins read 162:coignsForI confreres read confreres .>>.1.1.25For according to read from For29::only serve read serve onlyexplicitla.P. 70, n.Amorestatement of the point here mooted will be found inI,Les Im'iges indien'ies de 1913,p.Fortune (Mimoires concernant I'Asie Orientale,Paris,131-4).1.P. 74,5:After school1. insert in norder.n. 2,3:ForSaddantareadShaddanta.ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDAP. 76,1.1.315262::Readexplain each other by their propinquity ..P. 77,nRead in order to pay:1.1.18 23ForForthis read u the .P. 87,:observe readobverse.>>.P. 97, P. 98,1.1. 1. 1.3025 25:ForFor: buffalos read buffaloes: fagot read faggot .H buffalos P. 107,P. 116,Forread buffaloes, read .24::For south-westsouth-east .P. 119, n.translated into EnglishThese Notes on the ancient Geography of Gandhdra have since been by Mr. H. Hargreaves and published in Calcutta (1915):under the care of the Archaeological Survey of India.P. 129,1.30Theit:casketisnotmade.of gold butof an alloy inwhich copperpredominatesP. 140,1. 1. 1.:had been simplygilded.5-6Read occurrence Readparaphrase1.P. 143,P. 144,Pi.3215:Instead of or four read for our ..:XVIII1. 1.1.(text opposite),I,1.11:Read Volkerkunde.P. iji, n.P. 153,I:Read ihid. .2123I:P. 154, P. 158,P. 160, n.P. 162, n. I,For besides read indeed . For n they read these . For a eye witness read eye-witness . Read which (unfortunately broken) 1. 3: : :.I,1.1. 1.6:For motifs; read motif .n. 2,II5:For doread to .Read :We.P. 164, n.I,1.1.912I:For rarety: read rarity . ..P. 165, n. 2, P. 167, n. P. 169,1.Read carved2,1.Read.P. 190,13S::Dele comma. Fausboll read Fausb0ll .1.P. 196, P. 201,PI.Insert elephant's before c teeth n.:1.IIForXXX1. 1. 1.(text opposite),12:Read panel .s16 17:Readrepresented ..19II:Read justBeforeP. 205,:Progo insert the .P. 21S, n. 2,P. 216, P. 221,1. 11.12:For Gronemaanread Groneman.first.4:For:Then: readThen again1-2For5begins by presenting read presents .P. 241,P. 244,P. 351,II.I.4 and813For on read in a.2 -.Read:identification .1.1.For:onread in . read P. 253,For thisthe .3i6P. 267,P. 271,1.THE BEGINNINGS OF BUDDHIST ART191:For: rarety read rarity d.11. 1.1.1-2:Omit commas. partners read P. 274,P. 275,2For:playmates .1077:For on read in Forc.P. 279, P. 283, P. 284, P. 285,P. 286,1. 1. 1.1.rarety read rarity .:For suckles:read sucics.15For suckle read suck .16II:OmjV comma.For hangs in folds in read descends sinuously Peru consequentially read consequently .>>1.1.:to .P. 287,PI.30:XLIX(text opposite),1.i:For wood-cutspi.read wood -carvingsin her.These twostatuettesand the one onL,2,have since been published, with threeAliceothers belonging to her father's collection, by Missresting and finely illustrated bookGettyvery inte-on The Gods;of Northern Buddhism (Oxford, at the;Clarendon Press, 1914),pll.XXVI XXVIIaXXIXb and c;XXXIIa andb.ANGERS. IMPRIMERIE A. BURDIN.GAULTIER ET THfiSERT S".

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