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Naitô Torajirô, comp., Tôan-zô shogafu [Calligraphy and Painting in the Collection of Saito Tôan] (Osaka: Hakubundô, 1928).
James Cahill, et al., An Index of Early Chinese Painters and Painting: T’ang. Sung. Yüan (Berkeley: University of California Press,1980), p. 290 (listed).
Stephen Little, “Early Chinese Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago,” Museum Studies, vol. 22, no. 1 (1996), fig.17.
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