string(23) "edanmdm:fsg_S2004.3.152" Ruan Xiaowu, the Short-lived Second Son (Tanmeijirō Genshōgo), from the series One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Water Margin (Tsūzoku Suikoden gōketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori) 「短冥次郎阮小吾」 『通俗水滸伝豪傑百八人之一個』 - National Museum of Asian Art

Ruan Xiaowu, the Short-lived Second Son (Tanmeijirō Genshōgo), from the series One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Water Margin (Tsūzoku Suikoden gōketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori) 「短冥次郎阮小吾」 『通俗水滸伝豪傑百八人之一個』

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At A Glance

  • Period

    ca. 1827-30
  • Geography

    Japan
  • Material

    Ink and color on paper
  • Dimension

    H x W (overall): 37.7 x 24.8 cm (14 13/16 x 9 3/4 in)
  • Accession Number

    S2004.3.152
  • EDAN ID

    edanmdm:fsg_S2004.3.152

Object Details

  • Artist

    Utagawa Kuniyoshi 歌川国芳 (1798-1861)
  • Publisher

    Kagaya Kichiemon (Seiseido) 加賀屋吉右衛門 (active ca. 1815-1850)
  • Collection

    National Museum of Asian Art Collection
  • Exhibition History

    Masterful Illusions: Japanese Prints from the Anne van Biema Collection (September 15, 2002 to January 9, 2003)
  • Origin

    Japan
  • Credit Line

    The Anne van Biema Collection
  • Type

    Print
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