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        An Exiled Emperor on Okinoshima

        This article from the WGBH program Sister Wendy: "American Collection" discussed the painting An Exiled Emperor on Okinoshima and which Japanese ruler sitting on a remote beach it portrays. Traditionally, the solitary figure has been identified as the emperor Godaigo (r. 1318-1389), but recent scholars believe it may be the other emperor exiled to Okinoshima, Gotoba-in (r. 1184-1198). Kimbell Art Museum, Mitsushige, Japanese, of the Tosa school c. 1600.

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