109 A poem from Wakan rōeishū (A Collection of Japanese and Chinese Poems for Recitation); the verse on the fragment begins with, Kimi narade (君ならて)

Item

Title

109 A poem from Wakan rōeishū (A Collection of Japanese and Chinese Poems for Recitation); the verse on the fragment begins with, Kimi narade (君ならて)

Calligrapher

Attributed to Nakamura Kyūetsu (fl. circa 17th century)

Culture

Japanese

Style/period

Edo (1615–1868)

Date

Early Edo

Material

Shikishi (poem card); ink on paper with sprinkled gold and silver and underdrawing

Measurements

17.6 x 15.3 cm

Identifier

Z42_4j3_047a_109

Item Locator

Z42.4 J3

Transcription

君ならて/誰にかみせむ/梅のはな/いろをも/香をも/しる人そ/しる

Transliteration

WKRS 100 kimi narade / tare ni kami semu / ume no hana / iro wo mo / ka wo mo shiru / hito zo shiru

Translation

WKRS 100 Show this plum blossom / To someone other than yourself: / Is there another who can grasp / Its color and its perfume?
(Rimer 1997, p. ?)

Description

Information on kiwame fuda (Identification/Authentication slip): 中村久越 松花堂門人/春ならて
(極印)養心
(筆跡)神田道古(六代)
Attributed to Nakamura Kyūetsu, Shōkadō’s student; Authentication Seal: Yōshin; Authenticator: Kanda Dōko (Sixth generation head of the Kanda lineage)

Source

〈第二巻 6〉和漢朗詠集(御物伝藤原行成筆本)ワカンロウエイシュウ
友則
100
きみならでたれにかみせむむめの花いろをもかをもしるひとぞしる
Gertrude Bass Warner Memorial Library

Spatial Coverage

Japan

Language

Japanese

Repository

University of Oregon. Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

Institution

University of Oregon

Type

Image

Format

image/jpeg

Rights

No Copyright - United States

Rights Holder

University of Oregon. Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

Item sets

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