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Archives of Asian Art (1 October 2016) 66 (2): 213–238.
Published: 01 October 2016
...Bert Winther-Tamaki Abstract The Japanese movement of printmaking known as Sōsaku Hanga (“Creative Prints”) received a tremendous boost after World War II from the patronage of collectors associated with the US military. One appeal of Sōsaku prints by Munakata Shikō, Saitō Kiyoshi, Azechi Umetarō...
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Archives of Asian Art (1 October 2017) 67 (2): 209–236.
Published: 01 October 2017
...Ignacio Adriasola Abstract This essay addresses three key moments in the history of Japan's representation at the Venice Biennale: the introduction of “Japanese art” in the early stages of the exposition's development, in the late nineteenth century; Japan's official participation in the postwar...
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Figure 5. View of Japanese gallery, Twenty-Sixth Venice Biennale, 1952. Miwa Harumi 三輪晴美, ed. Venechia Biennāre: Nihon sanka no yonjūnen ヴェネチア. ビエンナーレ : 日本参加の40年 [The Venice Biennale: Forty years of Japanese participation]. Tokyo: Mainichi Shinbunsha and the Japan Foundation, 1995. Figure 5 More
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Figure 8. Spread featuring works by Miki Tomio, catalog for the Japanese pavilion, Thirty-Fourth Venice Biennale, 1968. Figure 8. Spread featuring works by Miki Tomio, catalog for the Japanese pavilion, Thirty-Fourth Venice Biennale, 1968. More
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Figure 9. View of Japanese pavilion gallery, Thirty-Fourth Venice Biennale, 1968. Courtesy of Bijutsu Shuppansha. Figure 9. View of Japanese pavilion gallery, Thirty-Fourth Venice Biennale, 1968. Courtesy of Bijutsu Shuppansha. More
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Figure 10. View of Japanese pavilion gallery, Thirty-Fourth Venice Biennale, 1968. Courtesy of Bijutsu Shuppansha. Figure 10. View of Japanese pavilion gallery, Thirty-Fourth Venice Biennale, 1968. Courtesy of Bijutsu Shuppansha. More
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3. Kishi Ganku (Japanese, 1749–1838), Dragon and Tiger , 1835. Pair of six-panel screens; ink and gold on paper, each pair 168.9 × 365.8 cm. Art Institute of Chicago, 2016.314a–b. Roger L. Weston and Asian Art Acquisition funds; restricted gift of George and Roberta Mann, Ann and John P. Grube More
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4. teamLab (Japanese), Cold Life , 2014. Digital animation: 7 minutes 15 seconds. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, 2015.34. Gift of Richard Beleson and Kim Lam Beleson in honor of Joan and M. Glenn Vinson. 4. teamLab (Japanese), Cold Life, 2014. Digital animation: 7 minutes 15 seconds. Asian More
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10. Hakuin Ekaku (Japanese, 1685–1768), Zhong Kui (Shoki), the Demon Queller , Edo period (1615–1868). Hanging scroll; ink on paper, image 130.5 × 56.2 cm, overall 202.9 × 74.3 cm. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, 2016.68. Gift from the Collection of George Gund III. 10. Hakuin Ekaku More
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11. Akiyama Yo (Japanese, b. 1953), Untitled MV-1014 , 2010. Stoneware with surface treatment combining vinegar and iron-fillings, 38.1 × 54.3 × 2.2 cm. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, 2016.96. Gift from the Paul and Kathleen Bissinger Collection. 11. Akiyama Yo (Japanese, b. 1953), Untitled More
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17. Kobayashi Kiyochika (Japanese, 1847–1915), Picture of the Fall of Chinchow Fort , 1894. Woodblock print triptych; paper, image 35.7 × 23.8 cm, sheet 37.5 × 25.4 cm. Indiana University Art Museum, 2016.23. Purchased with funds from the Thomas T. Solley Endowed Fund for Asian Art and the More
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18. Ryuryukyo Shinsai (Japanese, active 1799–1823), Still Life with Jubako , ca. 1820s. Woodblock print; paper, image 21.7 × 18.7 cm, sheet 21.7 × 18.7 cm. Indiana University Art Museum, 2016.24. Purchased with funds from the Thomas T. Solley Endowed Fund for Asian Art and the estate of Herman More
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19. Hashiguchi Goyō (Japanese, 1880–1921), Woman with a Towel , ca. 1920. Woodblock print; paper, image 43.8 cm, sheet 45.7 × 30.3 cm. Indiana University Art Museum, 2016.61. Museum purchase with funds from Paula W. Sunderman and purchased with funds from the Thomas T. Solley Endowed Fund for More
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20. Nishida Jun (Japanese, 1977–2005), Zetsu (No. 4-b) , 2001. Feldspathic porcelain clay, 37.5 × 85.1 × 48.9 cm. Harn Museum of Art, 2015.14. Museum purchase, funds provided by the David A. Cofrin Fund for Asian Art. 20. Nishida Jun (Japanese, 1977–2005), Zetsu (No. 4-b), 2001. Feldspathic More
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21. Goseda Yoshio (Japanese, 1864–1943), Portrait of Tsuda Umeko , Meiji era (1868–1912), ca. 1893–1912. Painting on silk in mineral pigments, sumi ink, and clamshell gesso, 93 × 74.9 cm. Harn Museum of Art, 2015.15. Museum purchase, funds provided by the Kathleen M. Axline Acquisition More
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24. Attributed to Jōchō (Japanese, d. 1057), Head of a Bodhisattva , Japan, Heian period (794–1185), ca. 1053. Japanese cypress wood with traces of lacquer polychromy, 22.7 × 10 cm. Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, 2016.310. Partial and promised gift of Walter C. Sedgwick in honor More
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27. Fukuda Kodojin (Japanese, 1865–1944), Shinkei Dokushaku (Clear Stream, Drinking Alone) , Meiji period. Hanging scroll; ink on paper, 138.1 × 33.3 cm. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 2016.008. Acquired through the generosity of Judith Stoikov, Class of 1963. 27. Fukuda Kodojin (Japanese More
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28. Tsuji Kakō (Japanese, 1870–1931), Grand Shinto Shrine of Ise , ca. 1920. Hanging scroll; ink and color on paper, image 85.1 × 92.4, mount 207 × 111.1 cm. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, M.2015.20. Gift of Janet and Marvin Jubas. Photograph: © Museum Associates / LACMA. 28. Tsuji Kakō More
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29. Kumeno Teitaro (Japanese, 1865–1939), Box with Design of Chrysanthemums , ca. 1895. Cloisonné enamel with brass mounts, overall 5.7 × 12.1 × 9.7 cm. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, M2015.266.4a–b. Gift from the Japanese Cloisonné Enamels Collection of Donald K. Gerber and Sueann E. Sherry More
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30. Itō Jakuchū (Japanese, 1716–1800), Turnip , eighteenth century. Hanging scroll; ink on paper, image 106.7 × 29.2 cm, mount 191.8 × 31.8 cm. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, M.2016.17. Gift of Irene Christopher, Stephen O. Lesser, Laurie and Bill Benenson, Nicolas Hamatake, Mrs. Charlene S More