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Artist, style of: Hanabusa Icchō, Japanese, 1652–1724

Aridoshi Shrine

early 18th century

Hanging scroll, ink and slight color on silk

without mounting: 11 13/16 × 20 3/16 in. (30 × 51.2 cm)
with mounting: 45 1/16 × 26 1/8 in. (114.5 × 66.4 cm)
with rollers: 28 3/16 in. (71.6 cm)
Purchased with funds from The Japan Foundation Endowment of the Council on East Asian Studies and the Katharine Ordway Fund
2006.131.2a-b
Geography: 
Japan
Culture: 
Japanese
Period: 
Edo period (1615–1868)
Classification: 
Paintings
Provenance: 

Myron S. Falk Jr. ( 1906–1992) Collection, New York; Leighton R. Longhi, New York; purchased in 2006 by the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn.

Bibliography: 

Ato Senta Nihon, Zaigai nihon no shiho, eds. Yuzo Yamane, Shimada Shujiro, and Akiyama Terukazu (Tokyo: Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1979–1981).

Note: This electronic record was created from historic documentation that does not necessarily reflect the Yale University Art Gallery’s complete or current knowledge about the object. Review and updating of such records is ongoing.