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He was an urushi master who adapted foreign influences to create an original Japanese style and who worked in his own way without relying on any authority. The renowned masters of the Edo period can be separated into two groups: those under the protection of the Tokugawa shogunate and those living outside bureaucratic con trol. Chokan is a typical example of the latter group. The objective attitude he showed in his study of work by others and in his own work gives him the outlook of a modern artist.
24. Shazhou County Cultural Office 1981 "Jiangsu Shazhou chutu baoyin zhutai qiwan" (A lacquer bowl with a silver lining and bamboo body excavated from Shazhou, Jiangsu). Wenwu 8:39. Shen, Zhongchang 1961 "Sichuan Deyang chutu de Songdai yinqi jianjian" (Brief report on the silver objects of the Song dynasty excavated at Deyang, Sichuan). Wenwu 1 1 :48-52, Fig. 6. Tokugawa Art Museum and Nezu Institute of Fine Arts 1 984 Carved Lacquer, No. . Tokyo National Museum 1977 Toyo no shikkikogei, No.
Central storehouse 8-2,3. Two Chinese swords mounted with gold and silver (Fig. 7 a,b) . 2. Central storehouse 8-4. A sword mounted with gold and silver. Gold and silver heidatsu in ivory and animal design (Fig. 8) . 3. Central storehouse 88. A mother-of-pearl inlaid box (Fig. 9). 4 . Central storehouse 138. Two kawabako (leather boxes) decorated with gold and silver heidatsu (Fig. 1 0) . 5 . Central storehouse 1 6 4 . A n inner tray decorated with silver heidatsu (Fig. 1 1) . 6. South storehouse 70-5.