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The Smithsonian Institution honors Ichimatsu Tanaka by awarding the Fourth Charles Lang Freer medal in a ceremony in Washington, D.C. on May 2, 1973.

The Charles Lang Feer medal was established in 1956 by the Smithsonian Institution in honor of Charles Lang Freer, the founder of the Freer collection. The medal is conferred intermittently, honoring distinguished career contributions made by scholars in the history of art.

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  1. ^ Freer Gallery of Art. (1956). (1956). First presentation of the Charles Lang Freer medal, February 25, 1956; "Swede to Receive First Freer Medal," New York Times. February 26, 1956.
  2. ^ Freer Gallery of Art. (1960). Second presentation of the Charles Lang Freer medal, May 3, 1960.
  3. ^ Freer Gallery of Art. (1965). Third presentation of the Charles Lang Freer medal, September 15, 1965.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ Freer Gallery of Art. (1973). Fourth presentation of the Charles Lang Freer Medal, May 2, 1973.
  5. ^ Freer Gallery of Art. (1973). Fifth presentation of the Charles Lang Freer medal, September 11, 1973.
  6. ^ Freer Gallery of Art. (1973). Sixth presentation of the Charles Lang Freer medal, January 16, 1974.
  7. ^ Freer Gallery of Art. (1983). Seventh presentation of the Charles Lang Freer Medal, May 2, 1983.
  8. ^ Soper, Alexander. (1990). A Case of Meaningful Magic.
  9. ^ Freer Gallery of Art. (1998). Tenth Presentation of the Charles Lang Freer Medal, Sherman E. Lee.
  10. ^ PBS (WNET, New York): Oleg Grabar, Big Ideas, TV program.
  11. ^ "Dame Professor Jessica Rawson To Be Awarded the Charles Lang Freer Medal". 19 May 2017. Archived from the original on 2017-06-15. Retrieved 5 June 2017. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)

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