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Collection of ink drawings

Designed
This is a set of ten (originally twelve) ink drawings, each of which depicts a man being punished by another man or men. Each drawing was done in coloured inks on a flat, white sheet made from pith from the rice-paper tree (Tetrapanax papyrifer).

Summary

Object No.

P1517-2

Object Statement

Drawings (10), depicting punishment, pith paper / ink, artist unknown, probably made in China, obtained by the Rev. Julian Tenison-Woods 1885-1886

Physical Description

This is a set of ten (originally twelve) ink drawings, each of which depicts a man being punished by another man or men. Each drawing was done in coloured inks on a flat, white sheet made from pith from the rice-paper tree (Tetrapanax papyrifer).

Production

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Collection of ink drawings 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 6 December 2022, <https://ma.as/320802>

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