The Miho Merciful Mother Kannon and the Lotus Miroku: Two Tapestries

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Presenting for the first time together two masterpieces of hand-woven tsuzure ori tapestry considered pinnacles of contemporary weaving, “The Miho Merciful Mother Kannon” and “The Lotus Miroku”. In addition to other famous works of Buddhist art from Japan and abroad such as “Yoryu Kannon” (Kannon Holding a Willow Branch) and meditating seated Buddhist statues, visitors can learn how the two main works came into being.

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Lecture “Replicating the Murals of Horyuji Temple and Creating the Lotus Miroku Tsuzure Ori Tapestry” (in Japanese)
Speaker: Makoto Hata (Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music Professor)
Date: Aug. 9 (Sat) 13:30–15:00
Venue: Miho Museum South Lecture Hall
Audience: 100 (first-come basis)

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from July 19, 2014 at 10:00 to August 17, 2014 at 17:00

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Hougai Kano et al.

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