ほうとうむすこ / T. Yoshioka.

Hōtō musuko / T. Yoshioka.

Artist
Yoshioka, T. (Painter) [Browse]
Format
Visual material
Language
Japanese
Published/​Created
[Japan] : [T. Yoshioka], [between 1948 and 1953]
Description
21 paintings : color ; 28 x 39 cm

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Subject(s)
Annotator
Donor
Former owner
Library of Congress genre(s)
Summary note
Original artwork of kamishibai stories set in Japan, adapted from three parables of Luke 15 in the New Testament of the Bible.
Notes
  • Title in translation: The prodigal son.
  • Handwritten on cover: "Lost 1) sheep, 2) coin, 3) son"
  • Handwritten by J. Karl Notehelfer on cover: "Verlorne Shaf 1-5; Groschen 6-8; Hoto Musuko = der Verlorne Sohn 9-19; Zwei Wege 20"
  • Handwritten by J. Karl Notehelfer on lower-left corner of cover: "nach Jap Bräuchen" (according to Japanese Usage).
  • Numbering of sequence on lower-right corner of each card, except cover.
  • In translucent paper envelope.
  • Commissioned by Reverend J. Karl Notehelfer (1899-1983), a German missionary who was in Japan since the 1920s. Used in Japanese Sunday Schools or with children's audiences.
With
With: a printout (3 pages) of annotations provided by Fred G. Notehelfer in 2013.
Contents
  • The lost sheep
  • The lost coin
  • The prodigal son
  • Two roads.
Source acquisition
Gift; Fred G. Notehelfer, son of J. Karl Notehelfer; 20140407.
Other title(s)
Prodigal son
OCLC
900479807
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