Tiger in Wind and Rain

Tiger in Wind and Rain


Maruyama Ōkyo 丸山応挙

(Japanese, 1733-1795)

Hanging scroll; ink on paper

Image: 134.6 x 58 cm (53 x 22 13/16 in.); Overall: 194 x 73 cm (76 3/8 x 28 3/4 in.)

Sundry Purchase Fund 1971.232



The short inscription on this painting was added by Prince Yūjō, Ōkyo's most important patron as a young artist. Some of the artist's finest compositions remain in the possession of the temple near Kyoto where Yūjō lived and became the abbot. He introduced Ōkyo to a number of clients who supported his career.

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Japanese Art
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Sundry Purchase Fund

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