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Winter landscape after Ni Zan
Nakabayashi, Chikutō, 1776-1853
Date Created and/or Issued
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Contributing Institution
UC Merced, Library and Special Collections
Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture collection
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Public Domain
Material in public domain. No restrictions on use.
Annotations/Markings: Inscribed "Painted in the manner of Ni Tsan in the Seiwa month of the Tenpo Mizunoto Tsuchinoto year at a thatched hut on Mt. Man" and signed "中林竹洞" with two seals at upper left corner. One additional seal at lower right corner.
Medium: ink and white paint on paper
Exhibitions: Exhibited: "Nanga: Art of the Japanese Literati from the 18th & 19th Centuries" curated by Maiko Behr, Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art, November 7, 2000–February 3, 2001.
citation: Reproduced in Stephen Addiss, "Seiyō ni okeru nanga no juyō 西洋における南画の受容" (The Reception of Nanga in the West) in Zaigai Nihon no Shihō 在外日本の至宝, v. 6 Bunjinga, Shoha 文人画・諸派 (Tokyo: Mainichi Shimbunsha, 1980); Stephen Addiss, How to Look at Japanese Art (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1996).
Biography/History: Artist also known as 中林竹洞
Acquisition: Addiss-Seo Nanga Collection; on long-term loan to the Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art.
Funding: Digitization funded by an Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Leadership Grant (LG 30-02-0260-02) awarded to the University of California, Merced Library.
1 hanging scroll, 136 x 59 cm.
hanging scrolls
Late Edo
landscapes (representations)

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