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Flying Apsaras Offering an Alms Bowl

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Flying divinity facing proper right with trailing scarves and holding a bowl in both hands. Low sandstone relief from the ceiling of cave 3 (south panel) at Tianlongshan, Shanxi province.
Department of Asian Art Grenville L. Winthrop New York (by 1943) bequest; to Fogg Art Museum 1943. Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop
Title: Flying Apsaras Offering an Alms Bowl
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Flying divinity facing proper right with trailing scarves and holding a bowl in both hands.
Low sandstone relief from the ceiling of cave 3 (south panel) at Tianlongshan, Shanxi province.

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