WEEK 11

Poem and Painting

Chinese Poem from ‘Wakan-Roeishu,’ Anthology of Japanese and Chinese Poetry, with Design of Flowering Grasses, Calligraphy: Hon’ami Koetsu (1558-1637), Painting: Sotatsu School, From the collection of: Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Waka Poem from ‘Wakan-Roeishu,’ Anthology of Japanese and Chinese Poetry, with Design of Flowering Grasses, Calligraphy: Hon’ami Koetsu (1558-1637), Painting: Sotatsu School, From the collection of: Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Old Weathered Plum Tree with Spring Blossoms and a Poem, Cho Hûi-ryong, mid-19th century, From the collection of: Harvard Art Museums
Suzuki Shōnen, Composing a Poem among the Pines, a hanging scroll painting, 1906/1906, From the collection of: British Museum
Paintings Depicting the Meaning of Zhu Xi¡¯s Poem, Kim Hong-do, 1745/1806, From the collection of: Korea Data Agency
PORTRAIT OF THE POET TAIRA-NO-KANEMORI AND HIS POEM, Unknown, Kamakura period, 13th c., From the collection of: MOA Museum of Art
POET AND HIS POEM - MINAMOTO-NO-SHIGEYUKI, Unknown, Kamakura period, 13th c., From the collection of: MOA Museum of Art
Maruyama ōshin, Cherry Trees at Arashi-yama, and Otoko-yama by Moonlight, a pair of hanging scroll paintings, 1800/1899, From the collection of: British Museum
Two Close Friends Exchanging Poems and Paintings, Jeong Seon, 1676/1759, From the collection of: Korea Data Agency
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