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Kano Eitoku

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      • Bibliography: p. [169]-174.Includes index.

        StatementKodansha International
        PublishersKodansha International
        LC Classifications1977
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 79 p. :
        Number of Pages56
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100870112953
        2v. 3
        3Japanese arts library ;

        nodata File Size: 2MB.

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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.

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