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    Sale 2266

    Japanese and Korean Art

    17 March 2009, New York, Rockefeller Plaza

  • Lot 33

    Matsuno Chikanobu (fl. 1716-35)

    Standing beauty

    Price Realised  

    Matsuno Chikanobu (fl. 1716-35)
    Standing beauty
    Signed Hakushoken Matsuno Chikanobu hitsu, sealed
    Hanging scroll; ink and color on paper
    35 x 16 7/8in. (90 x 43cm.)


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    PUBLISHED:
    Union centrale des arts décoratifs, ed., Images du temps qui passe - Peintures et estampes d'Ukiyo-e (Paris: Musée des arts
    décoratifs, 1966), pl. 45.

    Kobayashi Tadashi, Edo no shomin bunka - Ukiyoe no miryoku (Popular culture in Edo: Charm of ukiyo-e) (Tokyo: Bijinesu kyoiku shuppansha, 1984), p. 31.

    Sadamura Tadashi, ed., Ukiyoe no hana - Kenrantaru nikuhitsu ukiyoe no sekai: Nikuhitsu ukiyoe meisakuten (The flowers of ukiyo-e: The gorgeous world of ukiyo-e paintings) (Tokyo: Bun'yusha, 1995), pl. 15.

    Genroku ryoran ten zuroku henshu iinkai, ed., Genroku ryoran ten (Exhibition of the blossoming Genroku era) (Tokyo: NHK & NHK Promotions, 1999), p. 95, pl. 40.

    Nagasaki Iwao, ed., Onna no soshingu (Female personal adornments), Nihon no bijutsu (Art of Japan) 396 (Tokyo: Shibundo, 1999), pl. 80.

    Saleroom Notice

    Please note that the length of this painting is 35 in. (90cm.), not 27½ in. (70cm.)
    Publish: Kobayshi Tadashi & Shirakura Yoshihiko eds., Shunga to Nikuhitsu Ukiyoe (Tokyo: Yosensha, 2006), pl.13, p.31


    Exhibited

    Musée des arts décoratifs, Paris, "Images du temps qui passe--Peintures et estampes d'Ukiyo-e," 1966.6.1--10.3

    Kushigata Shunsen Museum, Kushigatacho, Yamanashi, "Ukiyoe no hana - Kenrantaru nikuhitsu ukiyoe no sekai: Nikuhitsu ukiyoe meisakuten" (The flowers of ukiyo-e: The gorgeous world of ukiyo-e paintings), 1995.4.29--6.25

    "Genroku ryoran ten" (Exhibition of the blossoming Genroku era), shown at the following venues:
    Edo-Tokyo Museum, 1999.1.26--3.22
    Okazaki Mindscape Museum, Okazaki City, 1999.4.3--5.9
    Hyogo Prefectural Museum of History, 1999.9.23--11.7

    Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Berlin-Dahlem, "Schönheit und Eros: Bilder der Fliessenden Welt von Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro und anderen aus der Sammlung Sumisho, Tokyo," 2008.10.17--2009.1.4