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Fukuda, Haritsu, 1865-1944, Japanese
Annotations/Markings: Signed "古道人詩画" with two seals at upper right corner. One seal at top right corner preceding two-line inscription reading "Wind and moon—who is their master? / By riverside alone I've built my hut. / So what if my plan for life is clumsy? / Even Shun made pottery and fished" (trans. Stephen Addiss). One seal at lower left corner. Medium: ink and colors 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, Old Taoist: The Life, Art and Poetry of Kodojin (1865-1944) (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000); Stephen Addiss, "The Life, Art and Poetry of Kodojin," Orientations (Feb. 2000). 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, 131 x 33 cm.
hanging scrolls Nanga
landscapes (representations) mountains Trees rock Boats and boating