Pageant of Japanese Art

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Fig. 1 Hunting Scene on a Bronze Bell; Picture of a House on a Mirror-back.
Fig. 2 Mandala Depicting Paradise. Embroidery. 88.5 × 82.5 cm. Owner: Chugu-ji, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 3 Pictures on the Pedestal of the Tamamushi Shrine. In colour on wood. 65 × 35.5 cm. Owner:
Hōryū-ji, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 4 Doors of the Tamamushi Shrine. In colour on wood. 31.5 × 19.5 cm. Owner: Hōryū-ji, Nara
Prefecture.
Fig. 5 Wall Paintings in the Golden Hall. Large panels. 330 × 260 cm. each. Formerly in the Hōryū-ji,
Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 6 Wall Paintings in the Golden Hall. Small panels. 360 × 150 cm. each. Formerly in the Hōryū-ji,
Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 7 Plan of the Golden Hall of the Hōryū-ji, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 8 Portrait of Prince Shōtoku. In colour on paper. 101 × 53 cm. Owner: The Imperial Family of
Japan.
Fig. 9 Paintings excavated in the Turfan Region. In colour on paper. 140 × 56 cm. each. Owners:
Right, Tokyo National Museum; Left, the Hakone Art Museum. Kanagawa Prefecture.
Fig. 10 Sutra on Cause and Effect. In talent on paper. Left: 26.4 × 1042.6 cm. Right: 26.4 × 235.5 cm.
Owners: Left, Jōbon Rendai-ji, Kyoto; Right, Kuni Collection, Tokyo.
Fig. 11 Bodhisattva. In ink on hemp. 138.5 × 119 cm. Owner: Shōsō-in, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 12 Landscape. In ink on hemp. 59 × 178 cm. Owner: Shōsō-in, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 13 Stencil-dyed Screen. Deer: 149 × 56 cm. Landscape: 148 × 56 cm. Owner: Shōsō-in, Nara
Prefecture.
Fig. 14 Batik Screen. 163 × 56 cm. Owner: Shōsō-in, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 15 Picture on a Lute. Owner: Shōsō-in, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 16 Diamond Mandala. Gold and silver paint on purple figured silk. 392.7 × 337.8 cm. Owner: Jingo-ji,
Kyoto.
Fig. 17 Diamond Mandala. In colour on silk. 183.3 × 163 cm. Owner: Kyōō Gokoku-ji (Tō-ji), Kyoto.
Fig. 18 Mandala based on the Sutra on the Benevolent King. In colour on silk. 173.3 × 148.5 cm. Owner:
Daigo-ji, Kyoto.
Fig. 19 Star Mandala, In colour on silk. 115.1 × 83 cm. Owner: Hōry+016B-ji, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 20 The Yellow Fudō. In colour on silk. 227.3 × 90.9 cm. Owner: Onjo-ji (Mii-dera), Shiga Prefecture.
Fig. 21 Copy of the Yellow Fudō. In colour on silk. 167.9 × 80.9 cm. Owner: Manju-in, Kyoto.
Fig. 22 Three of the Five Guardian Bodhisattvas. In colour on silk. Middle: 323 × 237.9 cm. Right and
left: 323 × 178.1 cm. each. Owner: Daien-in, Wakayama Prefecture.
Fig. 23 The Running Fudō. In colour on silk. 128.8 × 59.6 cm. Owner: Inoue Collection, Tokyo.
Fig. 24 Fudō. In colour on silk. 157.3 × 86 cm. Owner: Jimoku-ji, Aichi Prefecture.
Fig. 25 The Five Enlightened Kings. In colour on silk. 153 × 128 cm. each. Owner: Kyōō Gokoku-ji
(Tō-ji), Kyoto.
Fig. 26 Shingon Patriarch. By Li Chên. In colour on silk. 218.1 × 150.9 cm. Owner: Kyōō Gokoku-ji
(Tō-ji), Kyoto.
Fig. 27 Shingon Patriarchs. By a Japanese painter. In colour on silk. 218.1 × 150.9 cm. each. Owner:
Kyōō Gokoku-ji (Tō-ji), Kyoto.
Fig. 28 The Priest Gonzō. In colour on silk. 166.3 × 136.4 cm. Owner: Fumon-in, Wakayama Prefecture.
Fig. 29 The Priest Tz'ŭ-ên. In colour on silk. 242.4 × 125.1 cm. Owner: Kōfuku-ji, Nara Prefecture.
Fig. 30 Prince Shotoku. In colour on silk. 126.9 × 75.5 cm. Owner: Ichijō-ji, Hyōgo Prefecture.
Fig. 31 Patriarchs of the Tendai Sect. In colour on silk. Nine portraits, each 132.4 × 75.8 cm. Owner:
Ichijō-ji, Hyōgo Prefecture.
Fig. 32 Jūichimen Kurman (Ekadasamukha). 169.5 × 90.5 cm. Owner: The Masuda Collection, Tokyo.
Fig. 33 From the Picture Biography of Prince Shōtoku. In colour on silk, 181.3 × 272.7 cm. Formerly in
the Hōryū-ji, now owned by the Japanese Imperial Family.
Fig. 34 Picture scroll of the Tale of Genji. In colour on paper. 21.9 × 48.1 cm. Owner: Reimei-kai,
Tokyo.
Fig. 35 Picture-scroll of the Nezame Monogatari. One paper scroll in colour. 25.8 × 508.2 cm. Owner:
Yamato Bunks-kan, Osaka.
Fig. 36 Decorative Paintings on the Lotus Sutra (The Kūinō-ji Version). In colour on paper. Owner:
The Mutō Collection, Hyōgo Prefecture.
Fig. 37 Painting on a Fan Face. In colour paper. 25.8 × cm. Owner: Shi-tennō-ji,
Osaka.
Fig. 38 The History of Mt. Shigi. Three paper scrolls in colour. 31.5 × 872.2 cm. Owner: Chōgo
Sonahi-ji, Nara Prefecture.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Plates vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Translator's Note xii
  • Contents 2
  • Preface - The Unique Characteristics of Japanese Painting 3
  • Plates - With Captions by Ichitarō Kondō 59
  • Notes 59
  • Glossary 161
  • Index of Artists 167
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