Tōshisen ehon shichigon zekku 唐詩選畫本 七言絶句 五
|Description||English translation of the title: Illustrated Tang Poems Written in Seven Word Quatrains. Woodblock printed book,|
|Contributor||Suzuki 鈴木, Huyō 芙蓉 (Illustrator) / Sugita 杉田, Kinsuke 金助 (Block carver) / Edo: Kobayashi Shinbē 江戸：小林新兵衛 (Publisher)|
|Identifier||Local: The Melikian Collection L2011.008.008|
|Reuse Permissions||All Rights Reserved|
|Note||Illustrator: Suzuki Huyō 鈴木芙蓉 (1752-1816)|
|Note||29 pages with illustrated poems
Size: 9 x 6 ¼ in.
|Note||The Tōshisen ehon has seven series and each series has a number of separate volumes (books). There is a total of thirty-five volumes in the Tōshisen ehon series. This book is the last of the five volumes in the series Shichigon zekku from Tōshisen ehon (唐詩選畫本), published by Shinbē Kobayashi in 1790. Each of the volumes is dedicated to a topic or a motif. All the poems are written in Kanji (Japanese adopted Chinese characters), as the poems were originally Chinese texts. By the Kanji, there are hiragana (Japanese symbols) used to indicate the Japanese pronunciation. Each poem is accompanied with an illustration and an explanation in Japanese.
Researcher Ming Hua
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|Collaborating Institutions||ASU Art Museum / School of Art / ASU Library|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|