Template:Kano Hideyori - Maple Viewers - Google Art Project

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Artist Kano Hideyori (1501 - 1700)
Details of artist on Google Art Project
日本語: 観楓図屏風
Maple Viewers wikidata:Q23008366
Object type Painting
Date Muromachi - Azuchi-Momoyama period, 16th century


Color on paper
English: Color on paper
Dimensions Height: 1,502 mm (59.13 in). Width: 3,655 mm (143.9 in).
Tokyo National Museum Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q653433
Tokyo National Museum, Honkan 2010.jpg
Native name 東京国立博物館
Location Tokyo
Coordinates 35° 43′ 08″ N, 139° 46′ 33″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Website Tokyo National Museum
Authority control
Level Honkan (Japanese Gallery) 2F (Details of level on Google Art Project) room Folding Screens and Sliding Door Paintings (Details of room on Google Art Project)
Accession number A-10470
Notes More info at museum site
Source/Photographer oQF0nQM_PVBZeQ at Google Cultural Institute zoom level Scaled down from second-highest
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