Figure of Buddha

Unknown Myanmarian, Myanmarian


collected about 1851-1902


Overall: 2 3/8 in. (6 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Porter and Charles Tremain



Place Made: Myanmar, Southeast Asia, Asia


19th century

Object Name

Ceremonial Artifact

Research Area


Not on view

Course History

ASCL 51.06/REL 41.07, Buddhism Sex, Gender in South East Asia, Sara Swenson, Spring 2022

HIST 96.01, Colonialism and Culture in Asia and Africa, Douglas Haynes, Spring 2022

REL 43.01, Buddhism in America, Reiko Ohnuma, Spring 2022

Relgion 2.01, Religion in Southeast Asia, Mary Kate Long, Fall 2023

Religion 41.07/Asian Societies, Cultures, and Languages 51.06, Buddhism Sex Gender Southeast Asia, Mary Kate Long, Winter 2024


Collected by the Missionary Marilla Baker Ingalls (1828-1902) in Burma between 1851-1902; to Porter (1845-1907) and Charles (1843-1922) Tremain, Fayetteville, New York, probably in 1902; given to present collection, after 1904; catalogued, 1913.

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