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Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Rock, flowers, and bamboo., originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Rock, flowers, and bamboo., originally published by Ooka Shumboku (168...

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Minchô shiken [cover]., originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Minchô shiken [cover]., originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-17...

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Sorimachi 409, originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763)

Purple Inkstone of the Ming Dynasty (Minchō shiken) in 3 volumes; after “Living Garden of Ming-dynasty Painting” (Minchō Seidō Gaen) originally published by Ooka Shumboku (1680-1763) in 1746

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