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Album of Copies of Chinese Paintings

Artist:
Kano Tsunenobu (Japanese, 1636–1713)
Artist:
.1. After Zhao Mengfu (Chinese, 1254–1322)
Artist:
.2: After Yintuoluo (Chinese, active 13th century)
Artist:
.3: After Wang Lipen (Chinese, born late Yuan, active early Ming dynasty)
Artist:
.4: After Po Citing (Chinese, died 1337(?); active first half of the 14th century)
Artist:
.6: After Puming (Chinese, active 14th century)
Artist:
.7: After Sheng Mou (Chinese, active ca. 1310–1360)
Artist:
.8: After Danzhirui (active early 14th century)
Artist:
.9: After Jin Dashou (active 13th century)
Artist:
.10: After Wang Yuan (Chinese, ca. 1280–after 1349)
Artist:
.13 After Chen Rong (active 1235–62)
Artist:
.14: After Muqi (Chinese, ca. 1210–after 1269)
Artist:
.15: After Guo Xi (Chinese, ca. 1000–ca. 1090)
Artist:
.16: After Yan Ciping (Chibese, active 12th century)
Artist:
.17: After Zhang Yüehu (active 13th century)
Artist:
.18: After Luochuang (active 13th century)
Artist:
.19: After Ren Renfa (Chinese, 1255–1328)
Artist:
.20: After Luo Xinzhong (active 13th century)
Artist:
.21: After Wen Tong (Chinese, 1019–1079)
Artist:
.22: After Xia Yong (Chinese, active mid-14th century)
Artist:
.23: After Fan Anren (active 13th century)
Artist:
.24: After Cinshan
Artist:
.25: After Kongshan
Artist:
.26: After Su Xianzu
Artist:
.27: After Li Anzhong (active 12th century)
Artist:
.28: After Xuejian (active 14th century)
Artist:
.29: After Wang Moji (699–759)
Artist:
.30: After Daisong (Chinese, 727–779)
Period:
Edo period (1615–1868)
Date:
17th century
Culture:
Japan
Medium:
Album of thirty paintings; ink and color on silk
Dimensions:
11 7/16 x 16 3/4 in. (29 x 42.5 cm)
Classification:
Paintings
Credit Line:
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin, 1972
Accession Number:
1972.213.1–.30
Not on view
Signature: Kano Tsunenobu; Seal: Kano Tsunenobu

Inscription: .1: Zhao Mengfu
.2: Yintuoluo
.3: Wang Lipen
.4: Po Ziting
.5: Zhao Lingrang
.6: Puming
.7: Sheng Mou
.8: Tan Zhirui
.9: Jin Dashou
.10: Wang Yuan
.11: Zhang Fangru (Yuan)
.12: Shi Ying (?)
.13: Chenrong
.14: Mokuan Reien
.15: Guo Xi
.16: Yen Ciping
.17: Zhang Youhu
.18: Luochuang
.19: Rên Rênfa
.20: Luo Xinzhong
.21: Wen Tong
.22: Xia Yong
.23: Fan Anren
.24: Cinshan (?)
.25: Kongshan (?)
.26: Su Xianzu (?)
.27: Li Anzhong
.28: Xuejian
.29: Wang Wei
.30: Daisong

Marking: Seal: Kano Tsunenobu
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Manifestations of the Merciful Bodhisattva: Kannon," 1989.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Immortals and Sages: Fusuma Paintings from Ryoan-Ji and the Lore of China in Japanese Art," 1993.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Arts of Japan," August 19, 2000–February 5, 2001.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Mighty Kano School: Orthodoxy and Iconoclasm," December 18, 2004–June 5, 2005.

Princeton University Art Museum. "Multiple Hands: Collective Creativity in Eighteen-Century Japanese Painting," October 8, 2011–January 22, 2012.

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