A Chinese Religious Institution: Prayer-Wheels.

CHINA) Frenzeny, P. (illus).

Editorial: The Illustrated London News. London. 01-05- 1901., 1901
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Single page process print from the January 5, 1901, issue of The Illustrated London News, black and white, image 12 1/2 x 9 1/4 on sheet size 16 x 11 1/2 inches. Light soiling, soft upper right corner fold (entering into an inch of image), short tear at lower edge not entering image. An unusual image by Paul Frenzeny, who is most well known for his images of the American West. The text under the image reads: The prayer-wheel is a time and labour saving contrivance driven by hand or mechanical power. The prayer-slips, addressed to the Joss, are placed inside or fixed outside the wheel, and every revolution counts as one recitation. The Scene is laid on the slope of the Sacred Hill in the Kiang Mountains. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: A Chinese Religious Institution: ...
Editorial: The Illustrated London News. London. 01-05- 1901.
Año de publicación: 1901

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CHINA) Frenzeny, P. (illus).
Editorial: The Illustrated London News. London. 01-05- 1901. (1901)
Usado Cantidad: 1
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Descripción The Illustrated London News. London. 01-05- 1901., 1901. Single page process print from the January 5, 1901, issue of The Illustrated London News, black and white, image 12 1/2 x 9 1/4 on sheet size 16 x 11 1/2 inches. Light soiling, soft upper right corner fold (entering into an inch of image), short tear at lower edge not entering image. An unusual image by Paul Frenzeny, who is most well known for his images of the American West. The text under the image reads: The prayer-wheel is a time and labour saving contrivance driven by hand or mechanical power. The prayer-slips, addressed to the Joss, are placed inside or fixed outside the wheel, and every revolution counts as one recitation. The Scene is laid on the slope of the Sacred Hill in the Kiang Mountains. Nº de ref. de la librería 40644

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