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  • Title: MAP. Early Asia\r\nWork Type: MAPS\r\nSubject: MAP. Early Asia MAPS\r\nID Number: 2009.01.2081\r\nSource: Stokstad, Art: A Brief History, 3rd. edition, map 3-1, p. 64\r\nRights: see publication
  • Culture: Japan: Ise\r\nTitle: Naiku (Kotai Jingu, Inner or Imperial Shrine) Sacred Precinct, Ise Jingu: Shoden,\r\nDate: originally constructed 4th - 5th century [60th rebuilding, 1975]\r\nRelated Item: H&F 4: 6.111\r\nRelated Item: Hartt 4: 18-2\r\nRelated Item: Gardner 10: 16-3\r\nRelated Item: Stokstad R: 11-1\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Catalogued by: Digital Library Federation Academic Image Cooperative
  • Culture: Japan: Ise\r\nTitle: Naiku (Kotai Jingu, Inner or Imperial Shrine) Sacred Precinct, Ise Jingu: Shoden,\r\nDate: originally constructed 4th - 5th century [60th rebuilding, 1975]\r\nRelated Item: H&F 4: 6.111\r\nRelated Item: Hartt 4: 18-2\r\nRelated Item: Gardner 10: 16-3\r\nRelated Item: Stokstad R: 11-1\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Catalogued by: Digital Library Federation Academic Image Cooperative
  • Culture: Japan: Ise\r\nTitle: Naiku (Kotai Jingu, Inner or Imperial Shrine) Sacred Precinct, Ise Jingu: Shoden,\r\nDate: originally constructed 4th - 5th century [60th rebuilding, 1975]\r\nRelated Item: H&F 4: 6.111\r\nRelated Item: Hartt 4: 18-2\r\nRelated Item: Gardner 10: 16-3\r\nRelated Item: Stokstad R: 11-1\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Catalogued by: Digital Library Federation Academic Image Cooperative
  • Culture: Japan: Ise\r\nTitle: Naiku (Kotai Jingu, Inner or Imperial Shrine) Sacred Precinct, Ise Jingu: the Four Fences and Shoden, originally constructed 4th - 5th century [ reconstruction drawing]\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data from: Art Images for College Teaching
  • Culture: Japan: Ise\r\nTitle: Naiku (Kotai Jingu, Inner or Imperial Shrine) Sacred Precinct, Ise Jingu: Shoden,\r\nDate: originally constructed 4th - 5th century [60th rebuilding, 1975]\r\nRelated Item: H&F 4: 6.111\r\nRelated Item: Hartt 4: 18-2\r\nRelated Item: Gardner 10: 16-3\r\nRelated Item: Stokstad R: 11-1\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Catalogued by: Digital Library Federation Academic Image Cooperative
  • Culture: Japan: Ise\r\nTitle: Naiku (Kotai Jingu, Inner or Imperial Shrine) Sacred Precinct, Ise Jingu: the Four Fences and Shoden, originally constructed 4th - 5th century (aerial view)\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data from: Art Images for College Teaching
  • Culture: Japan \r\nTitle: Ise Jingu. Naiku, Uji bridge, Isuzu River\r\nWork Type: Bridges \r\nDate: 3rd century - 20th century\r\nRepository: CCA Libraries - Oakland slides\r\nSubject: Ise Jingu. Naiku, Uji bridge, Isuzu River Bridges Japan 3rd century - 20th century\r\nID Number: 1981.11.0135\r\nSource: Picken, Shinto/Japan's Spiritual Roots, p. 38T\r\nRights: see publication
  • Title: Saiin at the Horyuji\r\nTitle: Western Temple Precinct at the Horyuji\r\nTitle: Saiin\r\nDate: 7th century\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nStyle Period: Asuka\r\nDescription: distant overview\r\nDescription: West Temple\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Culture: Japan\r\nTitle: Horyu-Ji\r\nWork Type: Religious & ceremonial structures\r\nSubject: Horyu-Ji Religious & ceremonial structures Japan\r\nID Number: 2009.02.2026\r\nSource: Stokstad, Art: A Brief History, 3rd. edition\r\nRights: see publication
  • Title: Tamamushi Shrine at the Horyuji\r\nTitle: Tamamushi shrine\r\nDate: 7th century\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nMeasurements: 90.5511811 in. high\r\nStyle Period: Asuka\r\nDescription: Daihozoden (Great Treasure House), interior, 3/4 view, overview\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Culture: Japan\r\nTitle: Horyuji. Saiin; Kondo (Golden Hall). Interior showing murals\r\nWork Type: Religious & ceremonial structures\r\nDate: founded 607\r\nRepository: CCA Libraries - Oakland slides\r\nSubject: Horyuji. Saiin; Kondo (Golden Hall). Interior showing murals Religious & ceremonial structures Japan founded 607\r\nID Number: 1981.11.0135\r\nSource: No source\r\nRights: undetermined
  • Title: Tamamushi Shrine at the Horyuji\r\nTitle: eaves brackets\r\nDate: 7th century\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nMeasurements: 89.21259843 in. high\r\nStyle Period: Asuka\r\nDescription: Daihozoden (Great Treasure House), interior, Tammamushi shrine, top section\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Tamamushi Shrine at the Horyuji\r\nTitle: pedestal\r\nDate: 7th century\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nMeasurements: 89.21259843 in. high\r\nStyle Period: Asuka\r\nDescription: Daihozoden (Great Treasure House), interior, Tammamushi shrine, pedestal, right side, corner\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Tamamushi Shrine at the Horyuji\r\nTitle: Jataka tale showing Prince Mahasattva sacrificing himself to the tiger\r\nDate: 7th century\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nMeasurements: 89.21259843 in. high\r\nStyle Period: Asuka\r\nDescription: Daihozoden (Great Treasure House), interior, Tamamushi shrine, left side, lower panel, overview\r\nDescription: panel depicting the Hungry Tigress Jataka\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Tamamushi Shrine at the Horyuji\r\nTitle: doors painted with bodhisattvas\r\nDate: 7th century\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nMeasurements: 89.21259843 in. high\r\nStyle Period: Asuka\r\nDescription: Daihozoden (Great Treasure House), interior, Tamamushi shrine, right side, top section\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Tamamushi Shrine at the Horyuji\r\nTitle: doors painted with guardian figures\r\nDate: 7th century\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Nara\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nMeasurements: 89.21259843 in. high\r\nStyle Period: Asuka\r\nDescription: Daihozoden (Great Treasure House), interior, Tamamushi shrine, front, top section\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Culture: Japan : Heian\r\nTitle: Scene form the tale of Genji\r\nWork Type: Painting\r\nDate: 12th century\r\nLocation: Tokugawa Art Museum, Nagoya\r\nMaterial: handscroll, ink and colors on paper\r\nMeasurements: 8 5/8 inches x 18 7/8 inches\r\nDescription: "each scroll seems to have been produced by a team of artists. One was the calligrapher, most likely a member of the nobility. Another was the master painter, who outlined two or three illustrations per chapter in fine brushstrokes and indicated the color scheme. Next, colorists went to work, applying layer after layer of color to build up patterns and textures. After they had finished, the master painter returned to reinforce outlines and apply the finishing touches, among them the detail of faces", calligraphy, painting, drawing, washi, illuminated, story, book arts, colors, red, green\r\nID Number: TR11_00034\r\nSource: Stokstad, Marilyn, Michael W. Cothren. Art : A Brief History, 4th edition. London : Prentice Hall, 2010, pl. 9-21\r\nRights: see publication
  • Title: Gengi\r\nSubject: Gengi\r\nSubject: Painting--Japan: Edo (Tokugawa) Period--1600-1868 A.D\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Anonymous Japanese Artist\r\nTitle: Scenes from the Tale of Genji\r\nTitle: detail of the screen with chapter 35: panel 5, ladies, including Murasaki, the Crown Princess, the Akashi lady, and the Third Princess, playing instruments\r\nWork Type: screen\r\nDate: c. 1650-1700\r\nMaterial: pair of 6-panel screens; ink, color, and gold on paper\r\nMeasurements: each screen: 167.6 x 370.8 cm\r\nStyle Period: Edo Period\r\nDescription: The Tale of Genji is the story of the life and loves of Prince Genji; traditionally attributed to Murasaki Shikibu in the 11th century. The screens depict scenes from chapters 33 and 35. The scene from chapter 33 refers to a visit to Genji's palace made by the emperor Reizei and the retired emperor Suzaku. Scene 5 of chapter 35 shows a group of ladies playing music before Genji.\r\nRepository: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (Gift of Friends of the Seattle Art Museum in honor of the 75th birthday of Dr. Richard E. Fuller, 72.1.1-.2)\r\nCollection: Asian Art Photographic Distribution (University of Michigan)\r\nID Number: AAPD Number: 8106.5d2\r\nSource: Image and original data from Asian Art Photographic Distribution Project (AAPD), University of Michigan.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Takayoshi (Attrib.), (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Genji-monogatari-emaki (Tale of Genji): detail, palace interior, ca. 1100 - 1125\r\nLocation: Tokugawa Museum, Nagoya\r\nMaterial: scroll; ink and colors on paper\r\nMeasurements: h. 22cm.\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Anonymous Japanese Artist\r\nTitle: Scenes from the Tale of Genji\r\nTitle: detail of the screen with chapter 35: panels 3-4: Genji and lady playing the koto\r\nWork Type: screen\r\nDate: c. 1650-1700\r\nMaterial: pair of 6-panel screens; ink, color, and gold on paper\r\nMeasurements: each screen: 167.6 x 370.8 cm\r\nStyle Period: Edo Period\r\nDescription: The Tale of Genji is the story of the life and loves of Prince Genji; traditionally attributed to Murasaki Shikibu in the 11th century. The screens depict scenes from chapters 33 and 35. The scene from chapter 33 refers to a visit to Genji's palace made by the emperor Reizei and the retired emperor Suzaku. Scene 5 of chapter 35 shows a group of ladies playing music before Genji.\r\nRepository: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (Gift of Friends of the Seattle Art Museum in honor of the 75th birthday of Dr. Richard E. Fuller, 72.1.1-.2)\r\nCollection: Asian Art Photographic Distribution (University of Michigan)\r\nID Number: AAPD Number: 8106.4-5d\r\nSource: Image and original data from Asian Art Photographic Distribution Project (AAPD), University of Michigan.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Takayoshi (Attrib.), Japan: Heian period\r\nTitle: Genji-monogatari-emaki (Tale of Genji)\r\nDate: ca. 1100 - 1125\r\nLocation: Tokugawa Museum, Nagoya\r\nMaterial: scroll; ink and colors on paper\r\nMeasurements: h. 22cm.\r\nRelated Item: Hartt 4: 18-8\r\nRelated Item: Gardner 10: 16-9\r\nRelated Item: Stokstad R: 11-13\r\nRelated Item: W&S 3: 4-73\r\nRelated Item: W&S 3: 4-74\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Catalogued by: Digital Library Federation Academic Image Cooperative
  • Creator: Anonymous Japanese Artist\r\nTitle: Scenes from the Tale of Genji\r\nTitle: detail of the screen with chapter 35: panels 3-4: Genji's son, Yugiri, Yugiri's son, and Genji's niece's son playing sho pipes and a flute\r\nWork Type: screen\r\nDate: c. 1650-1700\r\nMaterial: pair of 6-panel screens; ink, color, and gold on paper\r\nMeasurements: each screen: 167.6 x 370.8 cm\r\nStyle Period: Edo Period\r\nDescription: The Tale of Genji is the story of the life and loves of Prince Genji; traditionally attributed to Murasaki Shikibu in the 11th century. The screens depict scenes from chapters 33 and 35. The scene from chapter 33 refers to a visit to Genji's palace made by the emperor Reizei and the retired emperor Suzaku. Scene 5 of chapter 35 shows a group of ladies playing music before Genji.\r\nRepository: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (Gift of Friends of the Seattle Art Museum in honor of the 75th birthday of Dr. Richard E. Fuller, 72.1.1-.2)\r\nCollection: Asian Art Photographic Distribution (University of Michigan)\r\nID Number: AAPD Number: 8106.3d\r\nSource: Image and original data from Asian Art Photographic Distribution Project (AAPD), University of Michigan.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Anonymous Japanese Artist\r\nTitle: Scenes from the Tale of Genji\r\nTitle: detail of the screen with chapter 33: panel 6, cormorant fishing\r\nWork Type: screen\r\nDate: c. 1650-1700\r\nMaterial: pair of 6-panel screens; ink, color, and gold on paper\r\nMeasurements: each screen: 167.6 x 370.8 cm\r\nStyle Period: Edo Period\r\nDescription: The Tale of Genji is the story of the life and loves of Prince Genji; traditionally attributed to Murasaki Shikibu in the 11th century. The screens depict scenes from chapters 33 and 35. The scene from chapter 33 refers to a visit to Genji's palace made by the emperor Reizei and the retired emperor Suzaku. Scene 5 of chapter 35 shows a group of ladies playing music before Genji.\r\nRepository: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (Gift of Friends of the Seattle Art Museum in honor of the 75th birthday of Dr. Richard E. Fuller, 72.1.1-.2)\r\nCollection: Asian Art Photographic Distribution (University of Michigan)\r\nID Number: AAPD Number: 8107.6d\r\nSource: Image and original data from Asian Art Photographic Distribution Project (AAPD), University of Michigan.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Anonymous Japanese Artist\r\nTitle: Scenes from the Tale of Genji\r\nTitle: detail of the screen with chapter 33: panel 6, cormorant fishing\r\nWork Type: screen\r\nDate: c. 1650-1700\r\nMaterial: pair of 6-panel screens; ink, color, and gold on paper\r\nMeasurements: each screen: 167.6 x 370.8 cm\r\nStyle Period: Edo Period\r\nDescription: The Tale of Genji is the story of the life and loves of Prince Genji; traditionally attributed to Murasaki Shikibu in the 11th century. The screens depict scenes from chapters 33 and 35. The scene from chapter 33 refers to a visit to Genji's palace made by the emperor Reizei and the retired emperor Suzaku. Scene 5 of chapter 35 shows a group of ladies playing music before Genji.\r\nRepository: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (Gift of Friends of the Seattle Art Museum in honor of the 75th birthday of Dr. Richard E. Fuller, 72.1.1-.2)\r\nCollection: Asian Art Photographic Distribution (University of Michigan)\r\nID Number: AAPD Number: 8107.6d\r\nSource: Image and original data from Asian Art Photographic Distribution Project (AAPD), University of Michigan.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Anonymous Japanese Artist\r\nTitle: Scenes from the Tale of Genji\r\nTitle: detail of the screen with chapter 33: panel 6, cormorant fishing\r\nWork Type: screen\r\nDate: c. 1650-1700\r\nMaterial: pair of 6-panel screens; ink, color, and gold on paper\r\nMeasurements: each screen: 167.6 x 370.8 cm\r\nStyle Period: Edo Period\r\nDescription: The Tale of Genji is the story of the life and loves of Prince Genji; traditionally attributed to Murasaki Shikibu in the 11th century. The screens depict scenes from chapters 33 and 35. The scene from chapter 33 refers to a visit to Genji's palace made by the emperor Reizei and the retired emperor Suzaku. Scene 5 of chapter 35 shows a group of ladies playing music before Genji.\r\nRepository: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (Gift of Friends of the Seattle Art Museum in honor of the 75th birthday of Dr. Richard E. Fuller, 72.1.1-.2)\r\nCollection: Asian Art Photographic Distribution (University of Michigan)\r\nID Number: AAPD Number: 8107.6d\r\nSource: Image and original data from Asian Art Photographic Distribution Project (AAPD), University of Michigan.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Jocho, (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Amida Nyorai, 1053\r\nDate: 1053\r\nLocation: Byodo-in, Phoenix Hall, Kyoto\r\nMaterial: wood, covered with gold leaf\r\nMeasurements: h. 2.95m.\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Jocho, (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Amida Nyorai: detail of Buddha image seated on lotus, 1053\r\nLocation: Byodo-in, Phoenix Hall, Kyoto\r\nMaterial: wood, covered with gold leaf\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Jocho, (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Amida Nyorai: detail of Buddha image seated on lotus, 1053\r\nLocation: Byodo-in, Phoenix Hall, Kyoto\r\nMaterial: wood, covered with gold leaf\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Jocho, (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Amida Nyorai: detail of Buddha image seated on lotus, 1053\r\nLocation: Byodo-in, Phoenix Hall, Kyoto\r\nMaterial: wood, covered with gold leaf\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Jocho, (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Amida Nyorai: detail of Buddha image seated on lotus, 1053\r\nLocation: Byodo-in, Phoenix Hall, Kyoto\r\nMaterial: wood, covered with gold leaf\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Jocho, (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Amida Nyorai: detail of Buddha image seated on lotus, 1053\r\nLocation: Byodo-in, Phoenix Hall, Kyoto\r\nMaterial: wood, covered with gold leaf\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Jocho, (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Amida Nyorai: detail of Buddha image seated on lotus, 1053\r\nLocation: Byodo-in, Phoenix Hall, Kyoto\r\nMaterial: wood, covered with gold leaf\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Jocho, (Heian period)\r\nTitle: Amida Nyorai: detail of Buddha image seated on lotus, 1053\r\nLocation: Byodo-in, Phoenix Hall, Kyoto\r\nMaterial: wood, covered with gold leaf\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data From: Art Images for College Teaching\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Title: Ryoanji\r\nTitle: karasansui garden\r\nDate: ca. late fifteenth century CE\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Ukyo\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nMeasurements: 393.7007874 in. wide\r\nMeasurements: 1181.102362 in. long\r\nStyle Period: Muromachi\r\nDescription: adjacent to the hojo, section of garden\r\nDescription: dry-landscape garden\r\nDescription: A Fujiwara family estate during Heian period, first temple recorded on this site dates from 983. Hosokawa Katsumoto (1430-1473) then built his estate here, bequeathing 120 acres to become a temple. Belongs to Myoshinji school of Rinzai branch of Zen.\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Kyoto: Ryoanji Temple view Stone Garden\r\nDate: 14th-16th C. (Muramachi)\r\nLocation: Kyoto (Japan)\r\nSubject: Kyoto (Japan)--Ryoan-ji Temple\r\nSubject: Architecture:Site--Japan--A.D\r\nSubject: Zen gardens\r\nSubject: cherry blossoms\r\nSubject: dry landscape gardens\r\nSubject: rock gardens\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Title: Ryoanji\r\nTitle: karasansui garden\r\nDate: ca. late fifteenth century CE\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Ukyo\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nMeasurements: 393.7007874 in. wide\r\nMeasurements: 1181.102362 in. long\r\nStyle Period: Muromachi\r\nDescription: adjacent to the hojo, section of garden\r\nDescription: dry-landscape garden\r\nDescription: A Fujiwara family estate during Heian period, first temple recorded on this site dates from 983. Hosokawa Katsumoto (1430-1473) then built his estate here, bequeathing 120 acres to become a temple. Belongs to Myoshinji school of Rinzai branch of Zen.\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Kyoto: Ryoanji Temple view Stone Garden\r\nDate: 14th-16th C. (Muramachi)\r\nLocation: Kyoto (Japan)\r\nSubject: Kyoto (Japan)--Ryoan-ji Temple\r\nSubject: Architecture:Site--Japan--A.D\r\nSubject: Zen gardens\r\nSubject: dry landscape gardens\r\nSubject: rock gardens\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Title: Ryoanji\r\nTitle: gardens\r\nDate: ca. late fifteenth century CE\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Ukyo\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nStyle Period: Muromachi\r\nDescription: view across pond\r\nDescription: overview\r\nDescription: A Fujiwara family estate during Heian period, first temple recorded on this site dates from 983. Hosokawa Katsumoto (1430-1473) then built his estate here, bequeathing 120 acres to become a temple. Belongs to Myoshinji school of Rinzai branch of Zen.\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Ryoanji\r\nTitle: hojo\r\nDate: ca. late fifteenth century CE\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Ukyo\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nStyle Period: Muromachi\r\nDescription: interior, overview\r\nDescription: main temple building\r\nDescription: A Fujiwara family estate during Heian period, first temple recorded on this site dates from 983. Hosokawa Katsumoto (1430-1473) then built his estate here, bequeathing 120 acres to become a temple. Belongs to Myoshinji school of Rinzai branch of Zen.\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Ryoanji\r\nTitle: hojo\r\nDate: ca. late fifteenth century CE\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Ukyo\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nStyle Period: Muromachi\r\nDescription: interior, overview\r\nDescription: main temple building\r\nDescription: A Fujiwara family estate during Heian period, first temple recorded on this site dates from 983. Hosokawa Katsumoto (1430-1473) then built his estate here, bequeathing 120 acres to become a temple. Belongs to Myoshinji school of Rinzai branch of Zen.\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: Daitokuji Zen Temple complex\r\nTitle: hoto\r\nDate: ca. late fifteenth century CE\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Rakuhoku\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: wood\r\nStyle Period: Muromachi\r\nDescription: overview\r\nDescription: pagoda\r\nDescription: founded in 1324, the present buildings of the complex date from the 15th century. There are 20 subtemples on the grounds, including Daisen-in (Great Hermit Temple). Daitokuji is the head temple of the Rinzai sect's Daitokuji school within Japanese Zen Bu\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Culture: Japan: Muromachi (Ashikaga) period\r\nTitle: Juko-in, Daitoku-ji, Kyoto: interior, view of hojo (central chamber) showing "Plum Tree" fusuma (sliding screen) panels painted by Kano Eitoku, 1566\r\nDate: 1566\r\nLocation: Juko-in, Daitoku-ji, Kyoto\r\nCollection: Art History Survey Collection\r\nSource: Data from: Art Images for College Teaching
  • Creator: Kano Eitoku (1543-1590)\r\nTitle: Daitokuji\r\nTitle: birds on plum trees\r\nDate: 1566\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nMaterial: paper\r\nMaterial: ink and color\r\nMeasurements: 69.13385827 in. high\r\nStyle Period: Momoyama\r\nDescription: Jokuin, interior, section of screen\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Title: tea ceremony room at the Daitokuji\r\nTitle: tea ceremony room\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kyoto\r\nLocation: Kinki\r\nDescription: Kohoan Monastery, interior, overview\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Creator: Koetsu, Hon'ami\r\nTitle: Tea Bowl (Fujisan) White Rabu\r\nDate: 17th C\r\nMaterial: ceramic\r\nMeasurements: d.11.6 cm\r\nSubject: Bowls\r\nSubject: Ceramics--Japan--17th C. A.D\r\nSubject: Tea\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Koetsu, Hon'ami\r\nTitle: Tea Bowl (Fujisan) White Rabu\r\nDate: 17th C\r\nMaterial: ceramic\r\nMeasurements: d.11.6 cm\r\nSubject: Bowls\r\nSubject: Ceramics--Japan--17th C. A.D\r\nSubject: Tea\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Koetsu, Hon'ami\r\nTitle: Tea Bowl (Fujisan) White Rabu\r\nDate: 17th C\r\nMaterial: ceramic\r\nMeasurements: d.11.6 cm\r\nSubject: Bowls\r\nSubject: Ceramics--Japan--17th C. A.D\r\nSubject: Tea\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Harunobu, Suzuki, 1725-1770\r\nTitle: Two Girls Fishing in Shallow Water: Netting Medaka\r\nWork Type: color woodcut\r\nDate: 18th C\r\nSubject: Costume\r\nSubject: Edo period, Japan, 1600-1868\r\nSubject: Fishing\r\nSubject: Genre\r\nSubject: Kimonos\r\nSubject: Landscape\r\nSubject: Nets\r\nSubject: Prints--Japan--18th C. A.D\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Harunobu, Suzuki, 1725-1770\r\nTitle: Lovers and Sleeping Cat\r\nWork Type: color woodcut\r\nDate: 18th C\r\nMeasurements: 11 x 8.5 in\r\nSubject: Cats\r\nSubject: Costume\r\nSubject: Couples\r\nSubject: Edo period, Japan, 1600-1868\r\nSubject: Genre\r\nSubject: Kimonos\r\nSubject: Lovers\r\nSubject: Prints--Japan--18th C. A.D\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Suzuki Harunobu, Asian; Far East Asian; Japanese, about 1725 - 1770, (artist)\r\nTitle: Two Girls in High Wind\r\nWork Type: Prints\r\nDate: about 1767\r\nMaterial: color woodblock print\r\nMeasurements: H.10-3/4 x W.8 in.\r\nDescription: Front\r\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\r\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\r\nRepository: Bequest of Richard P. Gale\r\nRepository: 74.1.79\r\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\r\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\r\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\r\nID Number: MIA_.74.1.79\r\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\r\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Suzuki Harunobu (1725-1770)\r\nTitle: series titled Eight Scenes of Omi\r\nTitle: Returning Sail of the Towel Rack\r\nDate: 1725-1770\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nMaterial: wood block print\r\nMaterial: nishiki-e\r\nMeasurements: 8 in. wide\r\nMeasurements: 11 in. long\r\nStyle Period: Edo\r\nDescription: one of eight prints in the series\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Creator: Suzuki Harunobu, Asian; Far East Asian; Japanese, about 1725 - 1770, (artist)\r\nTitle: The Evening Glow of the Lantern\r\nWork Type: Prints\r\nDate: about 1766\r\nMaterial: color woodblock print\r\nMeasurements: H.11 x W.8-1/2 in.\r\nDescription: Front\r\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\r\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\r\nRepository: Bequest of Richard P. Gale\r\nRepository: 74.1.72\r\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\r\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\r\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\r\nID Number: MIA_.74.1.72\r\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\r\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Suzuki Harunobu, Asian; Far East Asian; Japanese, about 1725 - 1770, (artist)\r\nTitle: Courtesans on a Veranda on an Autumn Evening\r\nWork Type: Prints\r\nDate: about 1768\r\nMaterial: color woodblock print\r\nMeasurements: H.10-3/8 x W.7-3/4 in.\r\nDescription: Front\r\nRepository: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\r\nRepository: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA\r\nRepository: Bequest of Richard P. Gale\r\nRepository: 74.1.90\r\nRepository: http://www.artsmia.org/\r\nCollection: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Collection\r\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\r\nID Number: MIA_.74.1.90\r\nSource: Data From: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts\r\nRights: This image was provided by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Contact information: DeAnn Dankowski, Permissions Assistant, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, (612) 870-3029 (ph), (612) 870-3004 (fax), permissions@artsmia.org.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Harunobu\r\nCreator: Japanese, 1724-70, Asian; Far East Asian; Japanese\r\nTitle: Descending Geese (from the series 'Zashiki Hakkei')\r\nWork Type: Prints\r\nDate: Not Dated\r\nMaterial: Woodblock print\r\nMeasurements: Unmeasured\r\nDescription: Japan\r\nDescription: Full View\r\nRepository: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\r\nRepository: Boston, Massachusetts, USA\r\nRepository: William S. and John T. Spaulding Collection\r\nRepository: 21.4485\r\nRepository: http://www.mfa.org/\r\nCollection: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Collection\r\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\r\nID Number: BMFA.21.4485\r\nSource: Data From: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\r\nRights: This image was provided by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Contact information: Debra LaKind, Head of Rights & Licensing, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, (617) 369-4386 (ph), (617) 369-4340 (fax), dlakind@mfa.org.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Harunobu\r\nCreator: Japanese, 1724-70, Asian; Far East Asian; Japanese\r\nTitle: Girls Gathering Plum Blossoms at a Wall\r\nWork Type: Prints\r\nDate: Not Dated\r\nMaterial: Woodblock on paper\r\nMeasurements: Unmeasured\r\nDescription: Japan\r\nDescription: Full View\r\nRepository: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\r\nRepository: Boston, Massachusetts, USA\r\nRepository: William S. and John T. Spaulding Collection\r\nRepository: 21.4617\r\nRepository: http://www.mfa.org/\r\nCollection: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Collection\r\nCollection: Formerly in The AMICO Library\r\nID Number: BMFA.21.4617\r\nSource: Data From: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston\r\nRights: This image was provided by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Contact information: Debra LaKind, Head of Rights & Licensing, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, (617) 369-4386 (ph), (617) 369-4340 (fax), dlakind@mfa.org.\r\nRights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Suzuki Harunobu (1725-1770)\r\nTitle: series titled Eight Interior Sceneries\r\nTitle: Evening Toll of the Clock\r\nDate: 1725-1770\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nMaterial: wood block print\r\nMaterial: nishiki-e\r\nStyle Period: Edo\r\nDescription: overview\r\nRepository: Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo, Japan\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Creator: Suzuki Harunobu (1725-1770)\r\nTitle: print titled Poet Ki-no Tomonori\r\nTitle: Poet Ki-no Tomonori\r\nDate: 1725-1770\r\nLocation: Japan\r\nMaterial: wood block print\r\nMaterial: nishiki-e\r\nMeasurements: 8 in. wide\r\nMeasurements: 11 in. long\r\nStyle Period: Edo\r\nDescription: overview\r\nCollection: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art\r\nSource: Data From: The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art, The Ohio State University
  • Creator: Harunobu, Suzuki, 1725-1770\r\nTitle: Girl Reading a Letter While being Massaged by a Maid\r\nWork Type: color woodcut\r\nDate: 18th C\r\nSubject: Costume\r\nSubject: Edo period, Japan, 1600-1868\r\nSubject: Genre\r\nSubject: Kimonos\r\nSubject: Prints--Japan--18th C. A.D\r\nSubject: Reading\r\nSubject: Servants\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Harunobu, Suzuki\r\nCulture: Japan : Edo\r\nTitle: Geisha as Daruma crossing the sea\r\nWork Type: Printmaking\r\nDate: mid 18th century\r\nLocation: Philadelphia Museum of Art\r\nMaterial: polychrome woodblock print on paper\r\nMeasurements: 10 7/8 inches x 8 1/4 inches\r\nDescription: prints, relief printing, carvings, drawing, washi, patterns, women, colors, pink\r\nID Number: TR11_00035\r\nSource: Stokstad, Marilyn, Michael W. Cothren. Art : A Brief History, 4th edition. London : Prentice Hall, 2010, pl. 9-26\r\nRights: see publication
  • Creator: Harunobu, Suzuki, 1725-1770\r\nTitle: Girl Reading a Letter While being Massaged by a Maid\r\nWork Type: color woodcut\r\nDate: 18th C\r\nSubject: Costume\r\nSubject: Edo period, Japan, 1600-1868\r\nSubject: Genre\r\nSubject: Kimonos\r\nSubject: Prints--Japan--18th C. A.D\r\nSubject: Reading\r\nSubject: Servants\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Harunobu, Suzuki, 1725-1770\r\nTitle: Girl Reading a Letter While being Massaged by a Maid\r\nWork Type: color woodcut\r\nDate: 18th C\r\nSubject: Costume\r\nSubject: Edo period, Japan, 1600-1868\r\nSubject: Genre\r\nSubject: Kimonos\r\nSubject: Prints--Japan--18th C. A.D\r\nSubject: Reading\r\nSubject: Servants\r\nCollection: ARTstor Slide Gallery\r\nSource: Data from: University of California, San Diego

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  • 1. Art of Japan