Facing Two Directions: A Japanese Painter Looks to China
James Cahill describes Hyakusen as an artist facing two directions: one toward the celebrated past of Ming and early Qing dynasty Chinese painting, and the other toward the future by influencing succeeding generations of Nanga painters such as Yosa Buson (1716–83), whose screen Landscape with Travelers is also on view.
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