Wall painting (fragment). Kneeling attendant. Painted on stucco.
- Made in: China
- Found/Acquired: Kizil
- (Asia,China,Xinjiang (autonomous region),Kizil)
- Height: 24.2 centimetres
- Width: 10.7 centimetres
- Height: 27.5 centimetres (In wooden frame)
- Width: 17.6 centimetres (In wooden frame)
- Depth: 3.7 centimetres (In wooden frame)
2010/11 14 Oct- 3 Apr, London BM, Images and Sacred Texts: Buddhism across Asia
19 June 2010
Light clean, if necessay. Paint edge of plaster support similar to plaster support background colour.
The object appears stable. The surface is slightly dusty.
Dry cleaned using Smokesponge volcanized rubber sponge by apply very light pressure to surface. The plaster background and edge of the wall painting support, was painted using Cryla acrylic colours to match the previous colour of the background.
Funded by the British Museum Central Reserve.
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Object reference number: RFC2632
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