Gods of Wind and Thunder by Tawaraya Sotatsu, Edo period, 17th century, pair of two-panel folding screens, ink and colours on gold leaf, Kyoto, 169.8 x 154.5 cm (each), Kennin-ji temple. National Treasure. Although these screens bear no inscription or seal, there is no doubt that they are the work of Tawaraya Sotatsu. The fact that these screens were replicated in works by Ogata Korin and, later, Sakai Hoitsu evidences their belief that these were painted by Sotatsu

Gods of Wind and Thunder by Tawaraya Sotatsu, Edo period, 17th century, pair of two-panel folding screens, ink and colours on gold leaf, Kyoto, 169.8 x 154.5 cm (each), Kennin-ji temple. National Treasure. Although these screens bear no inscription or seal, there is no doubt that they are the work of Tawaraya Sotatsu. The fact that these screens were replicated in works by Ogata Korin and, later, Sakai Hoitsu evidences their belief that these were painted by Sotatsu

Gods of Wind and Thunder by Tawaraya Sotatsu, Edo period, 17th century, pair of two-panel folding screens, ink and colours on gold leaf, Kyoto, 169.8 x 154.5 cm (each), Kennin-ji temple. National Treasure. Although these screens bear no inscription or seal, there is no doubt that they are the work of Tawaraya Sotatsu. The fact that these screens were replicated in works by Ogata Korin and, later, Sakai Hoitsu evidences their belief that these were painted by Sotatsu

Gods of Wind and Thunder by Tawaraya Sotatsu, Edo period, 17th century, pair of two-panel folding screens, ink and colours on gold leaf, Kyoto, 169.8 x 154.5 cm (each), Kennin-ji temple. National Treasure. Although these screens bear no inscription or seal, there is no doubt that they are the work of Tawaraya Sotatsu. The fact that these screens were replicated in works by Ogata Korin and, later, Sakai Hoitsu evidences their belief that these were painted by Sotatsu

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