By taking a Khara Khoto painting produced on a gridded cotton background as a starting point, this presentation will reconstruct the history of how the grid emerged as a powerful visual tool in the production of two-dimensional Buddha icons in the twelfth-to-thirteenth century Central Asia.
Thursday, April 8 at 11:00am to 12:20pmVirtual Event
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