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Dan Keijū (Duàn Jǐngzhù) and Shin Mei (Qín Míng) are fictional characters in the Suikoden (Chinese: Shuǐ hǔ zhuàn 水滸伝, or The Water Margin, considered one of China’s four greatest novels). Shin Mei (standing) is described as bluntly honest with a barbaric temper and a thundering voice. He carried a wolf-toothed mace over six feet long. Dan Keijū is described as tall and lean. He was a horse thief, and after joining the outlaws, his main skills were reconnaissance and intelligence.
George C. Calvert; given to the John Herron Art Institute, now the Indianapolis Museum of Art, in 1947.