Last modified on 21 February 2011, at 04:22

Category:Wittig collection manuscript 01, japanese art scrap-book

SummaryEdit

Description
English: A Japanese art scrap-book; identified as containing (fragments of) paintings & prints dating from approximately the Sengoku through Edo periods; page order is right-to-left; Wittig collection, manuscript-01.
Date 18?? or previous (all works in this scrapbook date from approximately the Sengoku through Edo periods)
Source Scan of manuscript (scrap-)book. Scanned at 12,800 dpi, 48 bit colour, raw scan with no "enchancements", compressed jpegs.

Scale reference: scan-bed is approximately 14" x 7"; more precise measurements pending.

Images could benefit from restoration, full set of images could be joined to create an e-book version of original art scrap-book, etc.
Author Unknown - various

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