Fujiwara Michinaga.jpg

Summary[ ]

(1781 - 1878)

English: Fujiwara no Michinaga(藤原 道長, 966-1027) was a court politician of Japan in the Heian Period. This picture was drawn by Kikuchi Yosai(菊池容斎, November 28, 1781 - June 16, 1878)) who was a painter in Japan.
Date c. late 17th century

Wise Personages Past and Present containing portraits of more than five hundred loyalists, royal retainers and heroic women in history. (1868). [1]

This image can also be found in The Japan Times article "The long road to identity" by Michael Hoffman, Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009.

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