This image: One of Eight Views of Xiao and Xiang Rivers, 1788. Tani Buncho (Japanese, 1763–1840). Section of a handscroll mounted as hanging scroll, ink and color on paper; 29.5 x 49 cm (image). Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund 1980.188.3
The Cleveland Museum of Art’s major spring 2011 exhibition, „The Lure of Painted Poetry,“ explores the influence of Chinese literary paintings on the arts of Japan and Korea. The show introduces Seunghye Sun, the museum’s new curator of Japanese and Korean art.
Courtesy The Cleveland Museum of Art