Description In the Rimpa school of Japanese painting, decoratively arranged fans were a common subject. Hoshuku added individual twists to a formula perfected by Hoitsu (1761-1828), an artist four generations behind him in a lineage of master and pupil. One of a pair with 35.150.
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- Japanese Cloisonne Enamels from the Stephen W. Fisher Collection. The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. 2010.
Provenance Mami Yasukochi, Tokyo [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Walters Art Museum, 1990, by purchase.
Inscriptions [Date] early summer of Meiji year 40; [Signature] On right scroll: Hoshuku; [Seal] On right scroll: Koreitsu
Credit Museum purchase with funds provided by the Ambassador and Mrs. William J. Sebald Fund, 1990
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