18 September 2007
Attributed to Emperor Go-Nara (1496-1557)
Poems from the Shoku Gosen wakashu (Later Collection of Japanese Poems Continued)
Kaishi mounted as a hanging scroll; ink on paper
10¼ x 28 3/8in. (26 x 72cm.)
Box authentication by Koresawa Kyozo, 1990
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