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Akan Primeval Forest (Akan genshirin)

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Provenance

1932, exhibited at the 13th Teiten and acquired from the artist by Hosokawa Rikizô; immediately after World War II, acquired by the Meguro Gajoen Museum; 2003, acquired by Kagedo Japanese Art, Seattle, WA; 2007, sold by Kagedo Japanese Art to the Museum

Credit Line

Charles H. Bayley Picture and Painting Fund and Museum purchase with funds donated anonymously

Japanese, Shôwa era, 1932

Dimensions

Overall: 255.27 x 172.72 cm (100 1/2 x 68 in.) Mount: 320.68 x 205.42 cm (126 1/4 x 80 7/8 in.) Display dimensions, including hanging braid and jiku

Accession Number

2007.811

Medium or Technique

Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk

Collections

Asia

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