An Introduction to the Historical Materials "Chikuko-zu Jtado-e" which are Held at Joshoji Temple and "Kacho-zu Itado-e" which are Held at Koganji Temple
鳥谷, 武史 ,
吉岡, 由哲 ,
黒田, 智山野, 晃
日本海域研究 = Japan sea research
43 , 2017-03-28 , 金沢大学環日本海域環境研究センター = Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology Kanazawa University
"Chikuko-zu Itado-e" and "Kacho-zu Itado-e" are pictures painted on wooden doors. The former. held by Joshoji temple, is a painting of two tigers in a bamboo forest. The latter, held by Koganji temple, is a painting of flowers and birds. These are particularly important works among the paintings made in Kanazawa city in the first half of the Edo Era.