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Ch: Li Guang sheshi. Lit. Li Guang shooting a rock. The Han dynasty archer Li Guang (Jp: Ri Kou —›L) who, on a trip to Nanshan (Jp: Nanzan “ìŽR), saw a large rock in a clump of grass. Thinking it was a tiger, he shot an arrow but with such force that it penetrated the stone. The best known Japanese painting of this somewhat rare theme is by Ogata Kourin ”öŒ`Œõ—Ô (1658-1716; Tokyo National Museum).
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