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Loan Object
Photo credit: Yale University Art Gallery
Artist: Totoya Hokkei, Japanese, 1780–1850

Fuji-shaped Fan, crane-decorated inrō and turtle-shaped netsuke

ca. 1820

Surimono, shikishi-ban; polychrome woodblock print with brass, silver, and gaufrage

image: 8 5/16 × 7 1/4 in. (21.11 × 18.42 cm)
Promised gift of Virginia Shawan Drosten and Patrick Kenadjian, B.A. 1970
ILE2017.30.278
Geography: 
Japan
Culture: 
Japanese
Period: 
Edo period (1615–1868)
Classification: 
Works on Paper - Prints
Provenance: 

Joan B. Mirviss (dealer), New York; sold to Virginia Shawan Drosten and Patrick Kenadjian, Koenigstein im Taunus, Germany, 2017 (on loan to the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn., 2017–present)

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