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PAINTING V: JAPAN


KAMAKURA—ASHIKAGA / MUROMACHI  PERIODS


1. attrib. to Fujiwara Takanobu, Minamoto no Yoritomo, 12th c, hanging scroll, 
ink and color on silk 
2. Mincho, Portrait of Abbot Shoichi Kokushi, late 13th c, hanging scroll, 
ink and color on silk 
3. detail of Heiji monogatari emaki (Scrolls of the Burning of the Sanjo Palace), 
13th c, handscroll, ink and color on paper 
4. Josetsu, Catching a Catfish with a Gourd, 1413, hanging scroll, ink and color 
on paper 
5. Sesshu Toyo, Eka Showing his Severed Arm to Daruma, 1496, hanging scroll, 
ink and color on paper 
6. Sesshu Toyo, Flowers and Cranes, late 15th c, pair of 6-fold screens, ink 
and color on paper 
7. Sesshu Toyo, Splashed Ink Landscape, 1495, hanging scroll, ink on paper 
8. Kano Motonobu, Summer, from Flowers and Birds of the Four Seasons, early 
16th c, det of sliding screens mounted as hanging scrolls, ink and color on paper 
	


 

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