Enkū (円空) (1632–1695) was a JapaneseBuddhist monk and sculptor during the earlyEdo period. Born in Mino Province (present-day Gifu Prefecture), he wandered all overJapan, helping the poor along the way. During his travels, he carved some 120,000 woodenstatues of the Buddha.

Enkū (円空) was a JapaneseBuddhist monk and sculptor during the earlyEdo period. Born in Mino Province (present-day Gifu Prefecture), he wandered all overJapan, helping the poor along the way. During his travels, he carved some woodenstatues of the Buddha.

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2010秋、尾張四観音・荒子観音(4:完):9月18日(4):荒子城址、円空仏、仁王像 (愛知

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Enkû - Tentaishôgunshin. The smile in japanese Art - from the Jomon Period to the Early Twentieth Century.

The smile in japanese Art - from the Jomon Period to the Early Twentieth Century.

Enkū (円空) 1632-1695 - GeschiedenisJapan  mediawiki.arts.kuleuven.be

Enkū (円空) 1632-1695 - GeschiedenisJapan mediawiki.arts.kuleuven.be

Enku, Figure of Zenzai Doji (Sudhana) artsearch.nga.gov.au

Enku, Figure of Zenzai Doji (Sudhana or shancai) attendent to quan yin.

Enku (1632 - 1695)  円空仏の代表な技法「鉈ばつり」  www6.plala.or.jp

Enku (1632 - 1695) 円空仏の代表な技法「鉈ばつり」 www6.plala.or.jp

Enku (Buddist monk, 1632-1695)

Buddha sculpture by the Japanese monk Enku in namaskara or anjali mudra, gesture of praying.

Enku (Buddist monk, 1632-1695)

Enku (Buddist monk, 1632-1695)

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