This lesson plan looks at the dragon and the tiger, symbols of power, are portrayed in the art of China and Japan.
Attributed to Soga Nichokuan (Japanese)
Six-panel folding screen; ink, slight color, gold, and silver on paper, Painting only: 158.1 x 304.8 cm (62 1/4 x 120 in.); Including mounting: 173.4 x 377.2 cm (68 1/4 x 148 1/2 in.). Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund 1985.134.2
The Cleveland Museum of Art, Main Asian Rotation (Gallery 236); January 13-November 16, 2015.
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