scroll painting (ritual & belief: representations)

Painting of a Lohan, hanging scroll, ink and colour on paper. The Lohan is depicted with a smiling face and seated with crossed legs. He is holding a long wooden backscratcher to scratch his back. Chinese inscription written in black ink on the back, which reads, ''A luohan, third on the left''.

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