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Hengaku kihan (Models for Framed Votive Paintings)

扁額軌範

Japanese
Edo period
Colophon: 1819–21
Artist Kitagawa Harunari (1810s–1820s), Artist Aikawa Minwa, Author Hayami Shungyôsai, Publisher Kadomaruya Jinsuke (Shûseikaku) (Japanese), Publisher Kawachiya Tasuke (Bunkindô) (Japanese), Publisher Tsuemura Fujiemon (Japanese), Publisher Yoshidaya Shinbei (Japanese), Publisher Fukuroya Sashichi (Japanese)


Catalogue Raisonné

Kokusho sômokuroku, rev. ed., vol. 7 (1990), p. 220, col. 2

Dimensions

25.5 x 18.0 cm 25.5 x 18.0 cm

Accession Number

1997.579

Medium or Technique

Woodblock printed book; ink on paper

Not On View

Collections

Asia, Prints and Drawings

Classifications

Illustrated books

Inscription

Publishers: Kadomaruya Jinsuke and 4 others in Kyoto and Osaka.
Artist signature: Kitagawa Harunari ga.

Signed

artist signature: Kitagawa Harunari ga; author signature: Hayami Shungyôsai san

北川春成画
速水春暁斎纂

Provenance

Between about 1897 and 1907, probably acquired in Japan by Charles J. Morse (b. 1852 - d. 1911), Evanston, IL; by descent to his son, Jared Kirtland Morse (b. 1886 - d. 1949) and his wife, Caroline Roberts Morse (b. 1907 - d. 1982), Cromwell, CT; gift of Mrs. Jared K. Morse to the MFA. (Accession Date: July 31, 1998)

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. Jared K. Morse in memory of Charles J. Morse