Stele for the late Buddhist Monk Daoyin

Artist: Ouyang Tong (died 691)
Historical period(s)
Tang dynasty, inscription: 663; rubbing: 20th century
Ink on paper
H x W (rubbing): 220.8 x 101.5 cm (86 15/16 x 39 15/16 in)
Credit Line
Gift of Peking University
Accession Number
On View Location
Currently not on view
Calligraphy, Rubbing

Rubbing (mounted on panel)

China, lettering, monk, rubbing, standard script, Tang dynasty (618 - 907)

To ?
Peking University, Beijing, China. [1]

From 1976
Freer Gallery of Art, gift of Peking University, Beijing, China. [2]


[1] According to the Curatorial Remark 4 in the object record, this rubbing was donated by Peking University, Beijing, China at an undetermined date.

[2] According to Kate Theimer’s note from June 6, 1995, “This rubbing appears to have been given by the Peking University to the Freer Gallery of Art at an undetermined date prior to 1976. It was transferred from the Library to the permanent collection in 1976.” Also see object file, and the Freer Gallery of Art Purchase List after 1920, Collections Management Office.

Previous Owner(s)

Peking University

Published References
  • Wang Ch'ang. Chin shih ts'ui pien. .
  • Shoseki meihin sokan. 200 vols., , Shohan. Tokyo, 1958-1976. cat. 65.
  • Ando Kosei Nishikawa Yasushi. Seian Hirin (Stone monuments in Sian, China). Tokyo. pls. 57-58.
  • Dr. D. Tokiwa Dr. T. Sekino. Buddhist Monuments in China. Tokyo, 1925-1930. pls. 37-38.
  • Art of China. figs. 233-234.
Collection Area(s)
Chinese Art
Web Resources
Whistler's Neighborhood
Google Cultural Institute
Rights Statement

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