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Also haritsukega \t . Abbreviation of kabe haritsuke-e Ǔ\tG. Paintings on paper (or infrequently on silk) which are pasted onto the fixed walls or panels of a room. A type of *shouhekiga lj (paintings on walls and sliding doors). One of the earliest of the rare examples on silk is The Illustrated Biography of Prince Shoutoku Shoutoku Taishi eden qG` (1069), that once decorated the walls of the Picture Hall, Eden Ga in Houryuuji @ (now in the Tokyo National Museum). Haritsuke-e are more frequently associated with castles and residences in the shoin style *shoin-zukuri @ that developed in the 16c, Momoyama period. Paintings in ink or colors on gold background, or paper pasted on the walls of the alcoves, are a distinctive characteristic of the shoin style. Locations for haritsuku-e include: on the walls of the alcove *tokonoma ̊, tokokabe haritsuke-e Ǔ\tG, paintings on the walls behind the staggered shelves *chigaidana ႢI, chigaidana haritsuke-e ႢI\tG; on the panels along the lower part of the translucent sliding panels *shouji q, shouji koshi-ita haritsuke-e q“\tG. on the narrow wall space above the non-penetrating beams *nageshi , nageshi ue kokabe haritsuke-e ㏬Ǔ\tG.
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