Cock and Hen

 
Artist
Creation date
Period
Edo
Materials
ink and color on silk
Dimensions
38 1/4 x 13 1/8 in.
Credit line
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crane Fund
Accession number
2000.52
Collection
Not Currently On View

During the Edo period, Chinese artists were allowed to live in the port city of Nagasaki. Japanese artists who studied under these Chinese masters developed a regional style known as the Nagasaki School, characterized by brightly colored bird and flower paintings rich in naturalistic detail.

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