Artist Japanese
Title
  • Dog Chasing Contest
  • Inuoumono Zu (alternate title)
Date between 1624 and 1643
Medium six-panel folding screen; ink, color paint, and gold on paper
Dimensions Overall (fully open): 73 1/2 × 186 inches (186.7 cm × 4 m 72.4 cm)
Installed (with 55" wide angles.): 73 1/2 × 166 × 15 3/4 inches (186.7 cm × 4 m 21.6 cm × 40 cm)
Image: 66 3/4 × 123 1/2 inches (169.5 × 313.7 cm)
Credit Line Founders Society Purchase, Robert H. Tannahill Foundation Fund, Stoddard Fund for Asian Art, Michigan National Corporation, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Endicott, John W. Shenefield MemorialFund, and funds from Mr. and Mrs. Jack N. Berkman.
Accession Number 81.9
Department Asian Art
Not On View
Ogihara Collection.
(Klaus F. Naumann, Tokyo, Japan);
1981-present, purchase by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Munishige, Nazaraki. "Inu-ou-mono Zu." Kokka 749, pp. 3, 4 (ill.).

Yuzo, Yamane. Momoyama Genre Painting. Tokyo, 1973, p. 153.

Bulletin of the DIA 59, nos. 2/3 (1981): pp. 85-94, p. 86 (ill.).

Mitchell, S.W. "The Asian Collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts." Orientationsl 13, no. 5 (May 1982): pp. 14-36, fig. 15.

Augustin, Birgitta and Masako Watanabe. “Transforming Power: Art and Arts of Japan's Warriors.” Bulletin of the DIA 88, no. 1/4 (2014): pp.4-5 (fig. 1).