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Lit. pictures of horse training. One theme of genre painting *fuuzokuga •—‘­‰æ popular in the late 16c and early 17c. Many screen paintings of this type were printed by members of the Kanou school *Kanouha Žë–ì”h, and anonymous artists. Typically, a wide variety of horses are shown being bridled and saddled by grooms, then ridden by warriors. A single six-panel screen in the Doumoto “°–{ collection, Kyoto, combines scenes of horse training with a daimyou ‘å–¼ watching the action from inside a tearoom. The screen may have been paired with a painting of stabled horses *umaya-zu ‰X} or some other horse paintings such as pictures of wild horses *gunba-zu ŒQ”n}, and horses at pasture *bokuba-zu –q”n}.
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