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Ch: Fengshuidong. Lit. the wind and water caves. A grotto complex near Hangzhou RB which was the subject of poems by Su Dongpo (Jp: *So Touba ‘h“Œš±; 1036-1101) and adopted as a pictorial theme. In 1073, when traveling from Hangzhou where he was an official, Su arranged to visit the famous Wind and Water Caves and spend several days there writing poetry with his young friend Li Jietui (Jp: Ri Sessui —›ß„). No Chinese paintings of the theme are extant, but it was painted in Japan from the Momoyama period. *Kanouha Žë–ì”h artists rendered the Wind and Water Cave theme both on fans (Nanzenji “ì‘TŽ›, Kyoto) and screens (Metropolitan Museum, New York). The majority of these paintings show Su Dongpo arriving on horse back to visit a beautiful young boy waiting inside an ornate castle. Kanou Ikkei's Žë–ìˆêŒk (1599-1662) *KOUSOSHUU Œã‘fW of 1623 lists the theme under the heading of male love, nanshoku ’jF and depictions are included in many early Edo period *kana zoushi ‰¼–¼‘Žq on the theme of male love.
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