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Painting of The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter by Kose no Ômi: Bamboo craftwork, from the series A Painting Contest for the Sono'u Circle

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Kubo Shunman, Painting of The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter by Kose no Ômi: Bamboo craftwork, from the series A Painting Contest for the Sono'u Circle, early to mid-1810s, shikishiban surimono (color woodblock print with metallic pigments and embossing), The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection, public domain, 32.732

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Title

Painting of The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter by Kose no Ômi: Bamboo craftwork, from the series A Painting Contest for the Sono'u Circle

Related Titles

series (translated): A Painting Contest for the Sono'u Circle

series (transliterated): Sono'u-ren e-awase

Artist

Kubo Shunman (Japanese, 1757-1820)

Date

early to mid-1810s

Medium

shikishiban surimono (color woodblock print with metallic pigments and embossing)

Dimensions (H x W x D)

sheet: 7 7/8 in x 7 1/8 in

Inscriptions & Markings

seal: Shunman sei (produced by Shunman)

inscription: Inscription above

Collection Area

Asian Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Japanese Traditional Prints

Object Type

relief print

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection

Accession Number

32.732

Copyright

public domain

Terms

Japanese woodblock prints

relief printing

relief prints

surimono

The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection

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