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Scenes from the Tale of Heike: Nasu no Yôichi Shoots the Taira Fan, and Kumagai Naozane Pursues Taira no Atsumori

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Kanō School, Scenes from the Tale of Heike: Nasu no Yôichi Shoots the Taira Fan, and Kumagai Naozane Pursues Taira no Atsumori, 18th century, ink, color, and gold on paper, Bequest of Maybelle Clark Macdonald, no known copyright restrictions, 2011.128.1a,b

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Title

Scenes from the Tale of Heike: Nasu no Yôichi Shoots the Taira Fan, and Kumagai Naozane Pursues Taira no Atsumori

Artist

School Kanō (Japanese)

Date

18th century

Medium

ink, color, and gold on paper

Dimensions (H x W x D)

68 1/2 in x 147 in

Collection Area

Asian Art

Category

Paintings

Object Type

folding screen

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

Bequest of Maybelle Clark Macdonald

Accession Number

2011.128.1a,b

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

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gold

ink

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