Sarumawashi, Monkey Trainer
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- Created Date
- Between 1945-1977
Old man seated with a top knot painted kimono and neck scarf, gray vest and trousers. A monkey with red around his eyes, sits next to the man's left foot. Man is holding a fan with his right hand that rests against the monkey's head. He is wearing a bag, knifecase, and netsuke on his belt, on the back right. There is a wood storage box for this piece. Curator Note: Sarumawashi were common on the streets of Edo period Japan and for some decades thereafter. They were primarily street preformers, using their monkeys to preform tricks for those passing by. Norman Sandfield #21 Huey Shelton #361
- Plains to Peaks Collective
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- University of Wyoming Art Museum
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- Sarumawashi, Monkey Trainer. Between 1945-1977. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://uwyoart.pastperfectonline.com/webobject/1D4E0902-C62F-48D1-8447-263057774522. (Accessed May 9, 2021.)
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- (Between 1945-1977) Sarumawashi, Monkey Trainer. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://uwyoart.pastperfectonline.com/webobject/1D4E0902-C62F-48D1-8447-263057774522
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