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物語り絵——<ことば>と<かたち> 出光美術館
Monogatari-e: Illustrated Narrative Painting -

Idemitsu Museum of Art

This is a 155-page catalog with 125 pages of full-views and numerous close-ups of 27 pairs of screens (by artists of the Sumiyoshi, Tosa, Sotatsu-Korin. Kano Schools and anonymous machieshi, illustrating scenes from the Tale of Genji, Ise Monogatari, Heike, Soga Monogatari-e, Saigyo, Tenjin ...

  清净堂藏宋代瓷器特展 Peace and Quietude: Song Ceramics from the Qingjingtang Collection

Mowry, Robert D.

This catalog is published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Macau Scientific and Cultural Center (CCCM)in Lisbon, Portugal in 2014. Featuring nearly two hundred exquisite pieces, this exhibition from the Qingjingtang Collection provides a superb introduction to Chinese ceramics of ...

京へのいざない:京都国立博物館所蔵名品120選 京都国立博物館
Kyoto: Splendors of the Ancient Capital
Highlights of the Kyoto National Museum
Kyoto National Museum

This catalog presents a selection of 120 pieces of artworks from the collection of the Kyoto Museum of Art, beginning from Buddhist art, Muromachi ink monochrome painting, Momoyama period screens and albums, and Edo period paintings followed by calligraphy, gilt bronze statues, swords, ...

  浙江大學藝術與考古研究(第一輯) 浙江大學藝術與考古研究中心
Zhejiang University Journal of Art and Archaeology, Vol. 1

Center for the Study of Art and Archaeology, Zhejiang University

This is the first volume of Zhejiang University Journal of Art and Archaeology. Contents:

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  • The Poetic IdeasScroll Attributed to Mi Youren and Sima Huai by Peter C. Sturman
  • Reassessing Printed Buddhist Frontispieces from Xi Xia by ...
    存星ー漆芸の彩り  五島美術館
    Carving the Sky, Painting the Stars: Treasures of Decorated Chinese Lacquer

    The Gotoh Museum

    Zonsei is a category of Chinese lacquer work that was imported to Japan. This exhibition attempt to accurately convey the history and art of Zonsei, which have been appreciated as "rare treasures", by collecting a number of objects regarded as Zonsei, and examining the historical use of the term.

      岡田美術館名品撰 岡田美術館
    Masterpieces of the OKADA MUSEUM OF ART

    Okada Museum of Art

    This triple-language museum catalog showcases 157 artworks of 73 examples of Chinese bronzeware, ceramics, Korean ceramics and Japanese ceramics, 76 paintings and 6 pieces of Buddhist art.

    岡田美術館琳派名品展——知られざる名作初紹介 岡田美術館
    RIMPA: The Debut of Essential Rimpa Masterpieces in the Okada Museum of Art Collection

    Okada Museum of Art

    This is the catalog for a special exhibition celebrating the 400th anniversary of the Rimpa school. Presenting 30 paintings and 13 pieces of decorative arts, it also includes a tri-lingual introduction to the museum, and a 2-page brief biographical sketches of 14 major Edo and 20th century ...

      仁清・乾山と京の工芸― 風雅のうつわ 出光美術館
    Ninsei, Kenzan and the Crafts of Kyoto: Utensils of Elegance

    Idemitsu Museum of Art

    This catalog from Idemitsu Museum of Arts features 92 objects including 17 by Ninsei, 23 by Kenzan supplemented by examples by potters who came before them as well as lacquerware, a 9 page essay discussing Kyoyaki by Kenzan and maki-e lacquerware, 10 pages of plate explanation and ending with a ...


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    Textiles Asia Journal May 2015 Volume 7, Issue 1

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    International Netsuke Society Journal Volume 35 No. 1 Winter 2015


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