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|Other Titles: ||A Tendency of Kano School and Eihaku in the Early Years of the 18th Century|
|Authors: ||脇坂, 淳|
Kyoto Kano School
Kyoto art circles
|Issue Date: ||Mar-1997 |
|Citation: ||京都教育大学紀要 Bulletin of Kyoto University of Education|
|Series/Report no.: ||No.90|
When we talk about the Kyoto art circles in the 18th century, Yosa Buson, Ikeno Taiga, Ito Jakuchu, Soga Shohaku and Maruyama Okyo immediately come to mind. Their brilliant activities are written of in Japanese painting history and occurred in the second half of the 18th century, not in the first half. The activities of the Kyoto art circles in the first half of the 18th century have been slighted, especially the situation of the Kyoto Kano School of this period. Therefore I would like to focus on Kano Eihaku who lived in the first half of the 18th century. And will examine how Eihaku took part in making works of screens and wall paintings for the emperor's quarters and how secret textbooks of respective schools were published and what the relationship between master and disciple was. I would like to verify that Eihaku's paintings were lacking in individuality by dealing with a few paintings done by him. It was that he could grant people's requests in this period by adopting the Tanyu style which was a model of the Edo Kano School and he had to keep the life of the Kyoto Kano School. Consequently, we will have a glimpse of his occupation coming from the tradition and regionalism in Kyoto. Eihaku's real image that previously has not been well known will become clear to some extent through this paper.
|Description: ||京都教育大学紀要,No.90(1997) p.305-316|
|Appears in Collections:||No. 90 (1997)|
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