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Tokugawa Culture Irises, from a scene of The Tale of Ise , Ogata Korin. Nezu Institute of Fine Arts ( http://www.nezu-muse.or.jp/index_e.html ) Fous on visual arts Genroku era Chonin, or “townspeople” culture Contrast with Kitayama and Higashiyama of Medieval Japan

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tokugawa culture
Tokugawa Culture

Irises, from a scene of The Tale of Ise, Ogata Korin. Nezu Institute of Fine Arts (http://www.nezu-muse.or.jp/index_e.html)

fous on visual arts
Fous on visual arts
  • Genroku era
  • Chonin, or “townspeople” culture
  • Contrast with Kitayama and Higashiyama of Medieval Japan
  • Pictoral art (“soft” classification)
      • Yamato-e
      • Kara-e
kitayama higashiyama
Kitayama/Higashiyama
  • Ashikaga patronage
  • Zen influence
  • Ascetic, sparse

Ginkakuji-Temple of the Silver Pavilion

Sesshu, Winter landscape

higashiyama culture
Higashiyama culture

Sesshu, Amanohashidate

Ryoanji

what kind of picture
What kind of picture?

Kara-e

“Chinese”

Yamato-e

“Japanese”

  • Bunsei, Japanese, active mid–15th centur, Landscape Sansuizu , Japanese Muromachi period, latter half of the 15th century Japan Hanging scroll; ink on paper 73.2 x 33 cm (28 13/16 x 13 in.) (height x width) Kajima Volume 1: Chapter 6, pg. 108: no. 6 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Special Chinese and Japanese Fund 05.203

Kikuchi Yosai, Japanese, 1788–1878 Benkei and Minamoto no Yoshitsune Benkei to Yoshitsune Hanging scroll Japanese Meiji era, 1876 Japan Hanging scroll; ink and light color on silk 136.0 x 56.4 KJM2-Modern-070 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: William Sturgis Bigelow Collection 11.8887

yamato e
Yamato-e

Night Attack on the Sanjo Palace, from the Illustrated Scrolls of the Events of the Heiji Era (Heiji monogatari emaki) Handscroll Japanese Kamakura period, second half of the 13th century; ink and color on paper 41.3 x 699.7 cm (16 1/4 x 275 1/2 in. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Fenollosa-Weld Collection 11.4000

tokugawa era schools
Tokugawa-era schools
  • Kano
  • Tosa
  • Rinpa
  • Bunjinga (“literati”)
  • Kyoto “Shijo”
kano school song dynasty animated line and soft ink washes catered to tokugawa samurai elite
Kano School: Song dynasty animated line and soft ink washes, catered to Tokugawa samurai elite
  • Four Dragons in Mists and Clouds Handscroll Chinese Southern Song, mid-13th century China Ink and a touch of color on paper 44.8 x 254.8 cm (17 5/8 x 100 5/16 in.) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Special Chinese and Japanese Fund 14.423

Kano Hogai, Japanese, 1828–1888, Dragon Ascending the Heavens, Hiryu shoten, Meiji era, about 1887 Japan Panel; ink on paper Image: 137.9 x 62.4 cm (54 5/16 x 24 9/16 in.) KJM2-Modern-005 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Fenollosa-Weld Collection 11.4795

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Taoist Immortals and Zen MastersKano Koi Died 1636 Momoyama period, 17th century Japan One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink and gold on paper 151.2 x 357.2 cm (59 1/2 x 140 5/8 in.) (height x width) Kajima Volume 1: Chapter 7, pg. 130: no. 81 (2) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Fenollosa-Weld Collection 11.4233

Kano School

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Emperor Kokaku Returning to the Capital over the Sanjo BridgeTosa MitsusadaJapanese Edo period, late 18th–early 19th century Japan One of a pair of six-panel folding screens: ink, color, and gold on paper 175.2 x 384 cm (69 x 151 3/16 in.) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Fenollosa-Weld Collection 11.4568

Tosa School

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Waves at Matsushima, Ogata Korin Edo period, 18th century Japan Six-panel folding screen; ink, color, and gold on paper 150.18 x 367.79 cm (59 1/8 x 144 13/16 in.) (height x width) Kajima Volume 1: Chapter 8, pg. 140: no. 7 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Fenollosa-Weld Collection 11.4584

Rinpa School

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Chinese landscape, Ikeno Taiga. (1723-1776).168.0x372.0 each. Edo Period, 18th century. National Treasure. A10430 Gift of Mr. Dan Ino.

Bunjinga literati