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Mt. Fuji from Miho-no-Matsubara
Alternative Title
Suzuki, Kiitsu, 1796-1858
Date Created and/or Issued
Publication Information
Contributing Institution
UC Merced, Library and Special Collections
Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture collection
Rights Information
Public Domain
Material in public domain. No restrictions on use.
Annotations/Markings: Signed "菁々其一" with seal "庭柏子" at lower right corner. No inscriptions.
Medium: ink and light colors on silk
Exhibitions: Exhibited: "Delightful Pursuits: Highlights from the Lee Institute for Japanese Art at the Clark Center," curated by Kobayashi Tadashi, organized by The Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art at the Clark Center, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Inc., Suntory Museum of Art, Osaka Municipal Museum of Art, Oita Art Museum, The Museum of Art, Ehime, and Chiba City Museum of Art, April 16, 2002-February 2, 2003.
citation: Listed and reproduced in Kobayashi Tadashi and Samuel C. Morse, eds., Delightful Pursuits: Highlights from the Lee Institute for Japanese Art at the Clark Center (Tokyo: Nihon Keizai Shimbun, 2002).
Biography/History: Artist also known as 鈴木其一
Acquisition: Clark Family Collection; on long-term loan to the Lee Institute.
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, 53 x 85 cm.
hanging scrolls
Late Edo
Sotatsu-Korin School
landscapes (representations)

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