Plate One

Plate Three & Four

Plate Eight

Plate Ten

Plate Twelve

Plate Fourteen

Plate Sixteen & Seventeen

Plate Nineteen

Plate Twenty-One

Plate Twenty-Three

Plate Twenty-Six

Plate Twenty-Eight

Plate Thirty
Plate Two

Plate Five, Six & Seven

Plate Nine

Plate Eleven

Plate Thirteen

Plate Fifteen

Plate Eighteen

Plate Twenty

Plate Twenty-Two

Plate Twenty-Four

Plate Twenty-Seven

Plate Twenty-Nine

Plate Thirty-One & Thirty-Two


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Plate Twenty is another small piece in the Louvre Museum, Paris portraying a lion bringing down its prey. The drawing is so realistic and articulated one can see the hair standing up on the lion's back.




Figure 22


Figure 21

This scene is reminiscent of a carved stone frieze at Persepolis, figure 21. It is also interesting to compare it with another stone carving, figure 22. This one is from a 15th century Ming tomb in China.