Chobunsai Eishi

Transformation of a Spirit into a Sculpture

Transformation of a Spirit into a Sculpture
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Author: Chobunsai Eishi
Prints, Xylograph, 25x37 cm.
Origin: Japan, 18th-19th century
Source of entry: Purchasing Commission of the Experts of the State Hermitage Museum, 1949

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