5 edition of Kano Eitoku found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -174.Includes index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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One was to send Japanese students abroad to study specific aspects of Western technology, and the second method was to employ foreign professionals, yatoi, to work and teach in Japan. The Japanese cypress pillars of the temples, which has been over 1000 years old, such as Horyuji and Yakushiji, still supporting the building solidly.
On their way to Mount Ibuki they encounter three celestial beings disguised as humans who prove to be the gods of Shinto shrines. Initially innovative, and largely responsible for the new types of painting of the 1573—1614from the Kano Eitoku century the artists of the school became increasingly conservative and academic in their approach.
Articles discuss premodern and contemporary visual arts, archaeology, architecture, and the history of collecting. In the opening scene of the first scroll Raiko is shown at the Imperial Palace where he and his companions receive gifts from the emperor, who Kano Eitoku ordered him to put an end to the depradations of the demon on Mount Ibuki. He appears to have been the main figure in developing the new castle style, but while his importance is fairly clear there are few if any certain attributions to him, especially to his hand alone; in the larger works attributed to him he probably worked together with one of more other artists of the school.
Described by Paine, 188 References [ ]• Few works certainly from his hand survive; they include a large screen with a crane in a snowy landscape in thea sub-temple of.
And Hideyoshi offered the painting in harmony with the enemy. Among the last artists admitted into the 400-year-old lineage of the Kano family in Japan was an American called Ernest Fenollosa 1853—1908.
Motonobu is usually credited with establishing the school's distinctive technique and style, or rather different styles, which brought a firmer line and stronger outlines to paintings using Chinese conventions.
Other artists with works on the list, for example 16th century and 19th century , were trained by the school or otherwise influenced by it.
He was a leading painter of the Kano school a painting school that served as a focal for the art circles of Japan from the Muromachi period through to the Edo period and remains one of the best-known painters in the history of Japanese art.