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File:Parting Spring by Kawai Gyokudo (National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo) L.jpg

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Artist
日本語: 川合玉堂(明治6年-昭和32年)
English: Kawai Gyokudō (1873-1957)
Description
English: Parting Spring (left panel), by Kawai Gyokudo, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan, Important Cultural Properties of Japan.
日本語: 紙本著色『行く春図』(左隻)川合玉堂筆 六曲屏風 重要文化財
Date
日本語: 大正5年 第10回文展出品
1916
Source/Photographer https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/asset-viewer/parting-spring/XwFf4KEl8-adpw
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