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- Previous Owner(s)
Anne van Biema American, 1915 - 2004
Emperor Yvryaku, who reigned in the late fifth century, overpowers a wild boar (the twelfth animal of the zodiac cycle) by stamping on the animal's neck and head. The swirling lines in the background enhance the effect of swift movement.
- Published References
- Robert T. Singer. The Life of Animals in Japanese Art. Exh. cat. Princeton, NJ. p 53, fig 10L.
- Ann Yonemura with contributions by et al. Masterful Illusions: Japanese Prints from the Anne van Biema Collection. Seattle and Washington. cat. 91, p. 214-5, 238-39.
- Collection Area(s)
- Japanese Art
- Web Resources
- Google Cultural Institute
- Rights Statement
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