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|Re: Re: Ode to the Red Cliff?|
Posted By: I.Nagy
Posted Date: Feb 08, 2023 (02:05 AM)
Since there is no signature and seal imprint on the painting other than that of Zeihōjin, Zeidōjin and Zeihō, he must be the painter, too.
It is quite normal that artists (painters, calligraphers, poets, literati etc.) have used different pseudonyms on the same work.
Furthermore, the 18th century Japanese literati were also able to paint.
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