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Qin Bingwen 秦炳文<br>(1803-1873)

Qin Bingwen 秦炳文

“Landscape after Wang Meng”

Hanging scroll, ink and color on paper
105.0 x 40.0 cm. (41 1/4 x 15 3/4 in.)

Artist’s seals: Yiting; Yanyun Shihua

Published: Kaikodo Journal XXVI (Spring 2010), no. 21.

Isshi 一之<br>(active ca. 1400-1450), attributed

Isshi 一之
(active ca. 1400-1450), attributed

“Byaku-e White-robed Kannon”

Hanging scroll, ink on paper
112.5 x 38.8 cm. (44 1/4 x 15 1/4 in.)

Box inscription by Yamamoto Soken (fl c. 1683-1706):
“Kannon painted by Kei Shoki. Written by Soken.”

Published: Zendera no Eshitachi (“Painters of Zen Temples”), Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, 1998 cat. 46, p. 87; Kaikodo Journal XV (Spring 2000), no. 28.

Kano Tan’yu 狩野探幽<br>(1602-1674)

Kano Tan’yu 狩野探幽

“Bosatsu Jizo”

Hanging scroll, ink on silk
98 x 36.4 cm. (38 3/8 x 14 3/8 in.)

Inscription: “Painted by Tan’yu.”

Artist’s seal: Ho’in Tan’yu

Recent provenance: Baron Kawasaki collection

Published: Choshunkaku Zohin Tenkan Mokuroku, Kobe, 1936, pl. 103; Kaikodo Journal XXV (Spring 2009), no. 55.

Kita Genki 喜多元規<br>(fl. 1664 – 1698)

Kita Genki 喜多元規
(fl. 1664 – 1698)

“Portrait of Toran Sotaku”

Hanging scroll, ink and color on silk
106.5 x 47.0 cm. (42 x 18 1/2 in.)

Artist’s seals: Kita Shi; Genki

Published: Kaikodo Journal XX (Autumn 2001), no. 35.

Nonomura Sotatsu 野々村宗達<br>(?-1643?)

Nonomura Sotatsu 野々村宗達

“The Monk Hasoda”

Hanging scroll, ink on paper
97.0 x 46.5 cm. (38 1/4 x 18 1/2 in.)

Inscription: “Sotatsu hokkyo.”

Artist’s seal: Taiseiken yin

Box inscription: Yasuda Yukihiko (member of Geijutsu In and Juyo Bunkazai Shingi Kai).

Recent provenance: Satomi Chuzaburo, Kyoto

Published: Yamato Bunka, Nara, 1952, no. 8, p. 32; Suiboku Bijutsu Taikei, Tokyo, 1977, vol. 11, p. 180, fig. 99; Kaikodo Journal XI (Spring 1999), no. 31.

Nakayama Koyo 中山高陽<br>(1717-1780)

Nakayama Koyo 中山高陽

“Guan Yu (J: Kan-u) on Horseback” 1769

Hanging scroll, ink and color on silk
127.0 x 56 cm. (50 x 22 in.)

Inscription: “This picture was created on the basis of an (illustration in a novel), from which I borrowed its brush-movement and outstanding virility. When Ganta first looked at my painting he believed me to be good at portraying military men. I thus did this to give to him so as to encourage that idea. During spring of the year 1769, the Recluse Koyo, called Teichu.”

Artist’s seals: Yua; Chu Teichu in; Shiwa

Published: Kaikodo Journal II (Fall 1996), no. 35.

So Shizan 宋紫山<br>(1733-1805)

So Shizan 宋紫山

“Tigers in Landscapes”

Pair of hanging scrolls, ink and color on silk
Each 88.5 x 33.0 cm. (34 7/8 x 13 in.)

Inscriptions: “So Shizan.”

Artist’s seals: So Shizan

Box inscription: Written by Yuei in 1828 when he obtained the paintings from the Kanryu-in.

Published: Kaikodo Journal XXII (Spring 2002), no. 34.

Nakabayashi Chikkei 中林竹溪<br>(1816-1867)

Nakabayashi Chikkei 中林竹溪

“Viewing Blossoming Plum by Moonlight”

Hanging scroll, ink and color on silk
138.5 x 52.0 cm. (54 1/2 x 20 1/2 in.)

Inscription: “Chikkei.”

Artist’s seals: Seigyo no in; Azana Shofu

Published: Kaikodo Journal II (Autumn 1996), no. 47.

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