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Set of Ten Belt Plaques

Set of Ten Belt Plaques

Western Jin dynasty (265–316)

Set of Ten Belt Plaques

Set of Ten Belt Plaques

Jade from Khotan in the Tarim basin was plentiful during the Tang dynasty. It was fashioned into ornaments such as women’s comb tops and decorative plaques for belts worn by senior officials. The jade plaques i... more

Ten Pripih (Funerary objects) Depicting Various Animals

Ten Pripih (Funerary objects) Depicting Various Animals

Song (960–1279) or Yuan (1271–1368) dynasty (?)

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

This is one from a set of scrolls (30.76.290–.294) illustrating the theme of the Ten Kings of Hell, which developed during the second half of the Tang dynasty (618–907). The theme transforms the Indian Buddhist... more

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

This is one from a set of scrolls (30.76.290–.294) illustrating the theme of the Ten Kings of Hell, which developed during the second half of the Tang dynasty (618–907). The theme transforms the Indian Buddhist... more

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

This is one from a set of scrolls (30.76.290–.294) illustrating the theme of the Ten Kings of Hell, which developed during the second half of the Tang dynasty (618–907). The theme transforms the Indian Buddhist... more

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

This is one from a set of scrolls (30.76.290–.294) illustrating the theme of the Ten Kings of Hell, which developed during the second half of the Tang dynasty (618–907). The theme transforms the Indian Buddhist... more

Ten Kings of Hell

Ten Kings of Hell

This is one from a set of scrolls (30.76.290–.294) illustrating the theme of the Ten Kings of Hell, which developed during the second half of the Tang dynasty (618–907). The theme transforms the Indian Buddhist... more

Scroll 9 of Collected Iconography (Zuzōshō): Ten (Devas)

Scroll 9 of Collected Iconography (Zuzōshō): Ten (Devas)

Sketchlike drawings of Buddhist deities in ink and/or light colors played a vital role in transmitting the complex iconography of the multitude of deities who make up the Mikkyō (Esoteric) pantheon. As it is id... more

Ten Verses on Oxherding

Ten Verses on Oxherding

In Zen, a herdboy’s search for his lost oxen has served as a parable for a practitioner’s pursuit of enlightenment since this Buddhist sect’s early history in China. In the eleventh century, the Song-dynasty Ze... more

Shaka, Monju, Fugen and the Ten Great Disciples (Jūdai Deshi)

Shaka, Monju, Fugen and the Ten Great Disciples (Jūdai Deshi)

The enlightened historical Buddha Shaka (Sanskrit: Shakyamuni) is enthroned and flanked by his ten chief disciples and his bodhisattva attendants—Fugen (Samantabhadra), on a white elephant, and Monju (Manjushri... more

Studies of ten (?) heads and two ears (recto); Studies of three figures and a head (verso)

Studies of ten (?) heads and two ears (recto); Studies of three figure...

No more than ten drawings are known by Gerard David, the last great early Netherlandish painter, by whom there are more paintings in the Museum than in any other collection in the world. Most of David's drawing... more

Ten Elements for East Window of an Architectural Ensemble from a Jain Meeting Hall

Ten Elements for East Window of an Architectural Ensemble from a Jain ...

The carved wooden dome, balconies and supports of this architectural ensemble belonged to the gudha-mandapa (meeting and prayer hall) of the Vadi Parshvanatha Jain temple in Patan, Gujarat. The temple was dedi... more

Ten Helpers in Need (copy)

Ten Helpers in Need (copy)

After Hans Baldung (called Hans Baldung Grien) (German, Schwäbisch Gmünd (?) 1484/85–1545 Strasbourg (Strassburg))

Lot and his daughters: a daughter at center rests her right arm on Lot's knee and a vessel on her thigh, at right a daughter holds a goblet in her outstreched right hand, from a series of ten Old Testament scenes

Lot and his daughters: a daughter at center rests her right arm on Lot...

Georg Pencz (German, Wroclaw ca. 1500–1550 Leipzig)

Two men and a woman playing cards at a table, one man pressing his nose toward the woman's forehead, from a series of ten scenes of musicians and couples dancing, drinking, playing music, and playing cards
Ten Men and Four Boys Singing in a Church

Ten Men and Four Boys Singing in a Church

Pieter de Jode II (Flemish, 1606–ca. 1674)

Blackwork Print with Grotesques Fighting on Top of a Large Motif Surrounded by Ten Smaller Motifs, from a Series of Blackwork Prints for Goldsmiths' Work

Blackwork Print with Grotesques Fighting on Top of a Large Motif Surro...

Symmetrical blackwork design with a large three-pronged bezel at center on which groups of grotesques fight. Below rows of additional fillets also with Schweifwerk patterns. Plate 6 from a series of eight plate... more

Ten Wise Men Among the Disciples of Confucious

Ten Wise Men Among the Disciples of Confucious

Yashima Gakutei (Japanese, 1786?–1868) Edo period (1615–1868)

Ten Oxherding Songs

Ten Oxherding Songs

Ten waka (poems of thirty-one syllables) describing the various stages of spiritual awareness, from the initial search to final realization, are couched in the classic Zen parable Ten Ox-Herding Songs, which li... more

Interior of the church of San Lorenzo in Florence, five pillars, each with a large figure of death on a pedestal, ten hooded figures with staffs in foreground, two altars in the background, cartouches containing female figures above, from 'Ceremonies for the Funeral of Emperor Ferdinand II' (Funérailles de l'empereur Ferdinand II)

Interior of the church of San Lorenzo in Florence, five pillars, each ...

Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Deep Dish with Egret (from a set of ten)
Ten Cavaliers Including Five Forming a V

Ten Cavaliers Including Five Forming a V

Etched by Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Ten Cavaliers Forming a Circle

Ten Cavaliers Forming a Circle

Etched by Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Plate Ten from Plusieurs Models des plus nouuelles manieres qui sont en usage en l'Art de Arquebuzerie

Plate Ten from Plusieurs Models des plus nouuelles manieres qui sont e...

Little is known about the royal gunmakers, Thuraine and Le Hollandois, who published the pattern book from which this sheet comes. It remains a rare and important document of Parisian gunmaking and the leading ... more

The Huis ten Bosch at The Hague and Its Formal Garden (View from the South)

The Huis ten Bosch at The Hague and Its Formal Garden (View from the S...

The Huis ten Bosch (House in the Wood) at The Hague, designed by Pieter Post, was built in the late 1640s for Amalia van Solms, wife of the Dutch stadholder, Prince Frederick Hendrick. In these two views, Jan v... more

The Huis ten Bosch at The Hague and Its Formal Garden (View from the East)

The Huis ten Bosch at The Hague and Its Formal Garden (View from the E...

In the garden, two ivy-covered pavilions echo the shape of the central Hall of Orange and the cupola of the house. Classical sculpture and trellis-work obelisks mark the main walkways between the French-inspire... more

Scene Ten from the Life of the Reverend Jean de la Barrière

Scene Ten from the Life of the Reverend Jean de la Barrière

Matthieu Elias (French, Peene 1658–1741 Dunkerque)

Book of Ten Leaves

Book of Ten Leaves

Qing dynasty (1644–1911), Qianlong period (1736–95)

Plate Ten from Nouveavx Desseins D’Arquebvseries

Plate Ten from Nouveavx Desseins D’Arquebvseries

The pattern book to which this plate belongs was among the most influential means by which the French fashion of firearms ornament spread throughout Europe and remained the leading style throughout the eighteen... more