Miscellaneous Diptychs

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Format: Vertical ōban Diptych

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The Monkey Bridge in Kai Province
(Kōyō Saruhashi no zu)
甲陽猿橋之図
Publisher: Tsutaya Kichizō (Kōeidō)
MFA, AIC, MIA, Chazen, Harvard LoC, MET
Ukiyo-e shūka 14
p.242 ōhaba #1
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The Fuji River in Winter
(Fujigawa no setchu)
雪中山水 (富士川上流ヵ)
Date: 1830s
Publisher: Sanoya Kihei (Kikakudō)
MFA, MET, Japanese Prints London
Ukiyo-e shūka 14
p.242, ōhaba #6
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Lion Training Cub
漢獅子の子落し
Publisher: Tsutaya Kichizō (Kōeidō)
MFA
Ukiyo-e shūka 14
p.242, ōhaba #5
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Narihira's Journey to the East:
Passing Mount Fuji
業平東下り
Date: ~1845-46 (Kyōka 2-3)
Publisher: Sanoya Kihei (Kikakudō)
MFA, Chazen
Ukiyo-e shūka 14
p.242, ōhaba #4
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Tenjin (Sugawara Michizane) Riding an Ox under a Plum Tree, with His Own Calligraphy from the Tenmangū Shrine
梅の下に牛に乗る天神 
(菅原道真)「天満宮御真筆」
MFA
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The Seven Gods of Good Fortune in the Treasure Boat
七福神宝船
Date: 1843-47 (Tenpō 14-Kōka 4)
Publisher: Sanoya Kihei (Kikakudō)
MFA

Format: Horizontal ōban Diptych

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Scene from the play called Momiji gari Taira Koremochi (883-953) killing the oni who attacked him after he fell asleep at a maple-viewing picnic (from the No play Momijigari).
Date: ~1820
Publisher: Iwatoya Kisaburo
References: Memorial Catalogue (#1), Strange
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Taira no Tadamori
平忠盛
Capturing the priest who stole oil
(part of a diptych)
Date: ~1823
Publisher: Nishmurya Yohachi Eijudo
BM