Nihonga Meets Gu Kaizhi: A Japanese Copy of a Chinese Painting in the British Museum

McCausland, Shane
December 2005
Art Bulletin;Dec2005, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p688
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a painting transcription of the "Admonitions of the Court Instructress" picture scroll at the British Museum. It was collaboratively made at the museum in 1923 by Kobayashi Kokei and Maeda Seison, two masters of Japanese neotraditional painting, Nihonga. Since 1924, this "Copy of the Admonitions of the Court Instructress" has been in the collection of Tōhoku University Library in Sendal, Japan.


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