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Miroku Bosatsu, the Future Buddha, 14th century.  Japan, Nambokucho period (1336-1392)

Miroku Bosatsu, the Future century.Japan, Nambokucho period This scroll is composed of three pieces of silk sewn together. Above, three panels of text describe Miroku's powers.

Muromachi Period. Hossō Mandala. 1500s. This painting is a manifestation of the transmission of Hossō-school teachings from India and China to Japan. One of the eight earliest Buddhist schools, Hossō (Faxiang in Chinese; Dharmalakshana in Sanskrit) was founded by the great monk Genjō (Xuanzang in Chinese; 596–664) and his eminent disciple Kiki, also known as Jion Daishi (Guiji in Chinese; 632–682). As the legendary founder of the Hossō sect, Miroku Bosatsu (Maitreya Bodhisattva) is enshrined…

Hossô Mandala Period: Muromachi period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Hanging scroll; ink, color, and gold leaf on silk _ Di Lặc Phật