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Julia Meech and Jane Oliver et al., Designed for Pleasure: The World of Edo Japan in Prints and Paintings, 1680–1860, exh. cat. (Asia Society and Japanese Art Society of America in association with University of Washington Press, Seattle and London, 2008), pp. 152, 206-207.
Tokyo National Museum, Hokusai (2005), cat. 125, pp.106, 329, 392.
Matthi Forrer, Hokuasi (1991), cat. 120, n.pag.
New York, Asia Society, Designed for Pleasure: The World of Edo Japan in Prints and Paintings, 1680–1860, February 27 – May 4, 2008
Tokyo National Museum, Hokusai, Oct.25- Dec 4, 2005
London, Royal Academy of Arts, November 15, 1991- February 9, 1992
Ernest Francisco Fenollosa, Japan, c.1878–90 [this and the following according to Frederick Gookin, “Preface,” in Kenji Toda, Descriptive Catalogue of Japanese and Chinese Illustrated Books in the Ryerson Library at the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1931), iii-iv, and Accession Book: 1-62, 112, 1884?-1955, Ryerson Art Library, Art Institute of Chicago]; sold to Francis Lathrop (died 1909), Woodcliff Lake, NJ; by descent to Mr. Hamilton Easter Field (died 1922), Brooklyn, NY; sold to Martin A. Ryerson (died 1932), Lake Geneva, WI, 1923; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1923-1931.
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