Vol. 71-75

VOLUME 71, 1 (2011)

  • The Art of Being Artistic: Painting Manuals of Late Ming China (1550–1644) and the Negotiation of Taste
    J.P. Park
  • Candi Badut and the Trajectory of Hindu-Javanese Temple Architecture
    Roy E. Jordaan
  • Virtual Theater of the Dead: Actor Figurines and Their Stage in Houma Tomb No. 1, Shanxi Province
    Jeehee Hong
  • Du Rite au Mythe: Le Tueuses de Buffle de l’Inde ancienne
    Charlotte Schmid

Research Notes

  • The History of the Muraqqa’-l Gulshan
    Narges Safarzadeh
  • The Budhagupta Pillar Dated 478 CE: A Reconsideration of the Evidence
    Adalbert J. Gail

VOLUME 71, 2 (2011)

  • The Buddha Triad Senbutsu unearthed in Japan: Replicating and Reinventing the Chinese Prototype in the Seventh Century  (Yoko Hsueh Shirai)
  • Rediscovering Song Painting for the Nation: Artistic Discursive Practices in Early Twentieth-Century China (Cheng-Hua Wang)
  • Polishing the Past: The Style of a Seventeenth-Century Tibetan Mural (Rob Linrothe)
  • The Sengchou Cave and Early Imagery of Sukhavati (Eileen Hsiang-Ling Hsu)

Research Note

  • A Mughal Manuscript of the Diwan of Nawa’i (John Seyller)

VOLUME 72, 1 (2012)

  • Cracking Cauldrons and Babies on Blossoms: The Relocation of Salvation in Japanese Hell Painting (Caroline Hirasawa)
  • The Enigma of Yihe ming: Is It a Real Epitaph? (Lei Xue)
  • Gilded Celadon Wares of the Koryo Kingdom (918–1392 CE) (Charlotte Horlyck)
  • Telling Tales: The Freer Vasanta Vilâsa (Nachiket Chanchani)
  • Smelting Zinc and Housing the Divine at Jawar (Deborah Stein)
  • Ostentation and Invisibility: The Phra Phutthabat and Royal Pilgrimage in Late Ayutthaya (Jessica Lee Patterson)

VOLUME 72, 2 (2012)

  • From Feudal Hero to National Icon: The Kusunoki Masashige Image, 1660-1945 (Tamaki Maeda)
  • Flowers of Compassion: The Tamamushi Shrine and the Nature of Devotion in Seventh-Century Japan (Akiko Walley)
  • Dynastic genealogies, portraiture and the place of the past in early modern south India (Crispin Branfoot)
  • Rare Iconography in Pagan Murals of the Lord Buddha Issuing the Ray of Six Colors (Chabbannaransi) in the Fourth Week Meditation after the Enlightenment (Samerchai Poolsuwan)
  • Stolen Art and Lost Inscriber: Reconstructing Artwork Inventory Codes in the tumultuous Wanli Period, 1573–1620 (Huiping Pang)

Research Note

  • A remarkable Chorten in Markha Village, Ladakh (Martin Vernier, Quentin Devers)

VOLUME 73, 1 (2013)

  • Ordering the Exotic: Ritual Practices in the Late Western and Early Eastern Zhou (Jessica Rawson)
  • Relocating and Relocalizing Mount Wutai: Vision and Visuality in Mogao Cave 61 (Wei-Cheng Lin)
  • Antiquities, Ritual Reform, and the Shaping of New Taste at Huizong’s Court (Ya-Hwei Hsu)
  • Picturing Common Ground: Painting and Poetic Exchange Beyond Eighteenth-Century Yangzhou (Kristen Chiem)
  • Three Wood Buddha Sculptures from Myanmar (Burma) in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Robert L. Brown)

Research Note

  • Manaku’s Siege of Lanka Series: Words and Pictures (Mary and John Brockington)

VOLUME 73, 2 (2013)

  • Death in a Cave: Meditation, Deathbed Ritual, and Skeletal Imagery at Tape Shotor (Eric M. Greene)
  • Mou Yi’s Pounding Cloth: Painting, Play, Reference, and Discourse in Song China (Lara C.W. Blanchard)
  • “Living Wealth Gods” in the Chinese Popular Print Tradition (Ellen Johnston Laing)
  • The Mirkula Devi Temple: A Unique Wooden Temple in Lahaul in the Western Himalayas (Yashaswini Chandra)
  • Seal-Bearing Bodhisattvas in the Sculptural Art of Sichuan and the Significance of Seals within the Chinese Esoteric Buddhist Tradition (Tom Suchan and Henrik H. Sorensen)

Research Notes

  • The Gulshan Album and the Workshops of Prince Salim (Milo C. Beach)
  • The Mughal Artist Jalal Quli, Also Entitled the “Kashmiri Painter” (Terence McInerney)

VOLUME 74, 1 (2014)

Daring Japanese Art History: Studies in Japanese and Korean Art History in Honor of Donald Frederick McCallum (1939–2013). Edited by Sherry Fowler, Chari Pradel and Yui Suzuki, with the Assistance of Amy McNair and Anne McGannon.

  • Twanging Bowls and Throwing Rice: Warding Off Evil in Medieval Japanese Birth Scenes (Yui Suzuki)
  • Containers of Sacred Text and Image at Twelfth-Century Choanji in Kyushu (Sherry Fowler)
  • Wooden Statues as Living Bodies: Deciphering the Meanings of the Deposits within two Manjushri Images of the Saidaiji Order (Pei-Jung Wu)
  • Chogen’s Jodoji Amida Triad and Its Environment: A Theatrical Effect of the Raigo Form (Oshiko Kainuma)
  • Recently Discovered Reliquaries from Paekche (Junghee Lee)
  • The Amitabha Senbutsu Unearthed in Japan: Close Interaction with Unified Silla Korea in the Late Seventh Century (Yoko Hsueh Shirai)
  • Portrait of Prince Shotoku and Two Princes: From Devotional Painting to Imperial Object (Chari Pradel)
  • As a Vessel of the Darma, I Am a Woman: A Nineteenth-Century Japanese Visual Parody (Gail F. Chin)

VOLUME 74, 2 (2014)

  • Descendants of the Moon: Bhati Mytho-History and Memorial Art at Bara Bagh, Jaisalmer (Melia Belli Rose)
  • A True Martaban Jar: A Burmese Ceramic Jar in the Ethnoloical Museum in Heidelberg, Germany (Brigitte Borell)
  • A Ragamala Painted at Patna for Zain Ud-Din Ahmad Khan, Nephew and Son-in-Law of Alivardi Khan (Roselyne Hurel)
  • Kirtimukha, the Serpent Motif, and Garuda: The Story of a Lion that Turned into a big Bird (Gautama V. Vajracharya)
  • Jin-Dynasty Pingyang and the Rise of Theatrical Pictures (Fan Jeremy Zhang)

VOLUME 75, 1 (2015)

  • Khubilai Khan Hunting: Tribute to the Great Khan (Roslyn Lee Hammers)
  • Image and Efficacy: The Frontispieces to the Wanli Emperor’s Yushu Jing (Maggie C. K. Wan)
  • The Mongols’ Devotion to the Jowo Buddhas: The True Icons and Their Mongol Replicas (Isabelle Charleux)

VOLUME 75, 2 (2015)

  • Gods and Kings: Meaning in the Siva Gangadhara Relief at Tiruchirapalli (Ilavenil Ramiah)
  • The Colossal Stupa at Nandangarh: Its Reconstruction and Significance (Joyanto K. Sen)
  • Competition and Confiscation: Reconstructing the Siyin Seal Networks in Late-Ming China (Huiping Pang)

VOLUME 76, 1 (2016)

  • The Gulshan Album: Reading the Marginal Figures (Milo C. Beach, Wheeler Thackston, translations)
  • The Iconography and Symbolism of the Pacceka Buddhas in the Art of Pagan (Samerchai Poolsuwan)
  • Standing at the Mouth of the Grave: Chariot Fittings in Eastern Zhou Burials (Joy Beckman)
  • An Osakothi Drawing on Paper: Attributed to Chitrakara Balarama Mahapatra of Digapahandi (Ganjam District, South Odisha, India) (Eberhard Fischer, Dinanath Pathy)

VOLUME 76, 2 (2016)