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Asian Art 11a. Jain Art

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Questions

What commonality do you think is shared between Jain and Buddhist (or Jain and Hindu) art? Briefly explain using one of the key works discussed today.

Reading Assignment

  • Lee, pp. 244-246
  • Neave, pp. 21-22, 39-40

Key Works

Jina

Sandstone; h. 17 1/2″ (44.5 cm)

Mathura, India

2nd-3rd cent.

Frei Collection, Switzerland

 

Jina with Attendants

Sandstone; h. 19 3/8″ (49 cm)

Mathura, India

c. 500

Frei Collection, Switzerland

 

Dilvara Temple

Delwada 

Completed 1032, repaired c. 1300

Mount Abu, Rajasthan, India

 

Ceiling engraved with flying deities

LDDilwaraCeiling
White marble

 

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