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Artist 狩野探幽 (Kano Tan'yu, 1602 - 1674)
Title 春景図 (Spring Landscape)
Date 1672
Medium Hanging scroll: Ink and tint on silk
Dimensions Unknown
Washington, D.C.
Source/Photographer at Freer & Suckler Galleries
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Note: I, User:Kareha, could not found any Japanese sorces about this painting. So, the Japanese title 春景図 is named by me temporary.-- Kareha 16:41, 18 December 2006 (UTC)


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