|Date:||early 18th century|
|Size:||148 x 43 cms (mounting)|
78.2 x 30.2 cms (painting)
58 x 17 inch (mounting)
31 x 12 inch (painting)
|Technique:||colours on silk (many details in gold paint)|
|Condition:||Very good: elaborate and expensive Buddhist-style (Shinsei-hyôgu) mounting, consisting entirely of gold and silver brocade. Bronze rollers, adorned with the lotus motive, wooden box.|
|Literature:||The two boy acolytes of Fudô Myô-ô are Kongara-Dôji, who is red and holds a club, and Seitaka-Dôji, who is a white, effeminate figure holding a lotus.