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Ch: BAZHONG HUAPU.@Primer on Eight Varieties of Painting, a compilation of eight texts on poetry and painting published in China between 1621-28. Reprinted in Japan in 1672 and again in 1710 HASSHU GAFU was extremely popular with Japanese scholars and painters, particularly those of the *nanga lineage. The eight sections, each with a preface by a different Chinese literatus, are: Tang wuyanshi huapu (Jp: TOUGOGONSHI GAFU ܌效), Paintings of Tang poems of Five-word Lines, with 50 poems and illustration; Liuyan tangshi huapu (Jp: ROKUGONTOUSHI GAFU Z效), Paintings of Six-word Lines of Tang Poetry, with 49 illustrations and 50 poems; Qiyan tangshi huapu (Jp: SHICHIGONTOUSHI GAFU 效), Paintings of Seven-word Lines of Tang Poetry, with 36 illustration and 49 poems; Caoben huashipu (Jp: SOUHONKA SHIFU {Ԏ), Poems and Paintings of Flowering Plants, with 44 illustrations and 45 poems; Muben hua'niaopu (Jp: MOKUHON KACHOUFU ؖ{Ԓ), "Trees, Flowers and Birds," with 44 illustrations; Tangjie yuanfang gujin huapu (Jp: TOUKAI GENHOU GAFU Í效), Old and New Paintings after the Tang and Yuan, with 47 illustrations; Zhang Baiyun xuan minggong shuapu (Jp: CHOU HAKUUN-SEN MEIKOU SENPU _I), Zhang Baiyun's Selection of Famous Paintings on Fans, with 48 illustrations; and, Meizhulanju sipu (Jp: BAICHIKURANKIKU SHIFU ~|el), Plums, Bamboo, Orchids, and Chrysanthemums. Containing hundreds of illustrations with varied subjects and styles, HASSHU GAFU was the first great pictorial source on Chinese painting for Japanese artists. Early nanga painters such as Gion Nankai _C (1677-1751), Yanagisawa Kien 򟽉 (1706-58), and Ike no Taiga r (1723-76) were all familiar with the book, copying both compositions and techniques from it. After several decades of great importance in the late 17c and early 18c, by the middle of the century HASSHU GAFU was largely replaced by *KAISHIEN GADEN Hq` (Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Painting) as the preeminent Japanese source on Chinese painting.
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