Probably found at Anyang, Henan Province, China 
T. Mori, Japan to 1940
Freer Gallery of Art, purchased from T. Mori, Japan, through George Abo, Boston in 1940 
 According to Keith Wilson's curatorial remark, dated March 2009, in database record.
 Undated folder sheet note. For additional information, see Freer Gallery of Art Purchase List file, Collections Management Office.
- Previous Owner(s)
- Published References
- Dr. John Alexander Pope, Mr. R.J. Gettens, James Cahill, Noel Barnard. The Freer Chinese Bronzes. Oriental Studies Series, vol. 1, no. 7 Washington. cat. 8, p. 59.
- compiled by the staff of the Freer Gallery of Art. A Descriptive and Illustrative Catalogue of Chinese Bronzes: Acquired During the Administration of John Ellerton Lodge. Oriental Studies Series, no. 3 Washington, 1946. pp. 5-7, 29, pl. 10.
- Chen Mengjia. Yin Zhou qing tong qi fen lei tu lu (Yin-Chou ch'ing t'ung ch'i fen lei t'u lu). 2 vols., Dongjing. A 464.
- Dagny Carter. Four Thousand Years of China's Art. New York. p. 23, b.
- Chin wen tsung chi. Taipei. p. 3359.
- Shang Chou chin wen shi ch'eng. multi-vol., Taipei. cat. 6762.
- Sueji Umehara. On the Ancient Tombs Discovered at Hou-chia chung, Chang-te fu, Ho-nan sheng. no. 30. pp. 18-30, pl. 5.
- Catalogue of the Fine Collection of Important Early Chinese Bronzes and Rare Archaic Jades, Paintings, Lacquer, Textiles, Rugs, Sculpture, Chinese Ceramics and Various Works of Art: The Property of H.K. Burnet, Esq. London, April 2-4, 1941. no. 397, p. 99.
- Collection Area(s)
- Chinese Art
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