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[[File:Jo-tae-eok.jpg|right|thumb|400px|Portrait of Korean scholar-official Jo Tae-eok by Tsunenobu. National Museum of Korea.]]
 
*''Born: [[1636]]''
 
*''Born: [[1636]]''
 
*''Died: [[1713]]''
 
*''Died: [[1713]]''
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*''Japanese'': [[狩野]] 常信 ''(Kanou Tsunenobu)''
 
*''Japanese'': [[狩野]] 常信 ''(Kanou Tsunenobu)''
  
Kanô Tsunenobu was an official [[Tokugawa shogunate]] court painter.
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Kanô Tsunenobu was an official [[Tokugawa shogunate]] court painter. He was the second head of the Kobikichô Kanô school.<ref name=tashiro27>Tashiro Kazui, "Chôsen tsûshinshi gyôretsu emaki no kenkyû," ''Chôsen gakuhô'' 137 (1990), 27. </ref>
  
 
He was a student of [[Kano Tanyu|Kanô Tan'yû]]. After assisting Tan'yû in recreating the scheme of wall paintings for the interiors of [[Edo castle]], Tsunenobu was granted the title ''[[hoin|hôin]]'' in [[1709]].
 
He was a student of [[Kano Tanyu|Kanô Tan'yû]]. After assisting Tan'yû in recreating the scheme of wall paintings for the interiors of [[Edo castle]], Tsunenobu was granted the title ''[[hoin|hôin]]'' in [[1709]].
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Tsunenobu also had a relationship with the [[So clan|Sô clan]] lords of [[Tsushima han]], producing ''[[byobu|byôbu]]'' (folding screen) paintings for the king of Korea on the occasions of both the [[1682]] and [[1711]] [[Korean embassies to Edo]], as well as a portrait of the head of the 1711 embassy, [[Jo Tae-eok]].<ref name=tashiro27/>
  
 
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==References==
 
==References==
 
*Gallery labels, National Museum of Korea.[https://www.flickr.com/photos/toranosuke/40657168165/sizes/h/]
 
*Gallery labels, National Museum of Korea.[https://www.flickr.com/photos/toranosuke/40657168165/sizes/h/]
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Latest revision as of 08:20, 10 September 2019

Portrait of Korean scholar-official Jo Tae-eok by Tsunenobu. National Museum of Korea.
  • Born: 1636
  • Died: 1713
  • Other Names: 古川叟 (Kosensou)
  • Japanese: 狩野 常信 (Kanou Tsunenobu)

Kanô Tsunenobu was an official Tokugawa shogunate court painter. He was the second head of the Kobikichô Kanô school.[1]

He was a student of Kanô Tan'yû. After assisting Tan'yû in recreating the scheme of wall paintings for the interiors of Edo castle, Tsunenobu was granted the title hôin in 1709.

Tsunenobu also had a relationship with the Sô clan lords of Tsushima han, producing byôbu (folding screen) paintings for the king of Korea on the occasions of both the 1682 and 1711 Korean embassies to Edo, as well as a portrait of the head of the 1711 embassy, Jo Tae-eok.[1]

[edit] References

  • Gallery labels, National Museum of Korea.[1]
  1. 1.0 1.1 Tashiro Kazui, "Chôsen tsûshinshi gyôretsu emaki no kenkyû," Chôsen gakuhô 137 (1990), 27.
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