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Pieced together again, the panels form a coherent painting with a unique and hitherto unknown veduta of the castle and “castle town” (jôkamachi) of Osaka . Visit page View image

The Kano School of Painting

Meeting between Emperor Wen and Fisherman Lü Shang - Artist: Attributed to Kano Takanobu (Japanese, Period: Momoyama period Date: ca. 1600 Culture: Japan Medium: Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper

This double-sided Japanese woodcut displays a world map on the front and illustrated examples of the peoples of the world on the verso.  It exemplifies the Bankoku-sozu (“complete maps of the peoples of the world”) style of cartography influenced by European techniques and geographic knowledge in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

This double-sided Japanese woodcut displays a world map on the front and…

This double-sided Japanese woodcut displays a world map on the front and illustrated examples of the peoples of the world on the verso. It exemplifies the Bankoku-sozu (“complete maps of the peoples of the world”) style of cartography influenced by European techniques and geographic knowledge in the 16th and 17th centuries.

This double-sided Japanese woodcut displays a world map on the front and illustrated examples of the peoples of the world on the verso. It exemplifies the Bankoku-sozu (“complete maps of the peoples of the world”) style of cartography influenced by European techniques and geographic knowledge in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Sumiyoshi Festival, mid 17th century Kyoto School artist not identified Japan Ink and color on paper; gilding, lacquer, wood

Sumiyoshi Festival, mid century Kyoto School artist not identified Japan Ink and color on paper;

Hishikawa Moronobu  Back to Ukiyo-e artists Born: 1618 Died: 1694

Hishikawa Moronobu Back to Ukiyo-e artists Born: 1618 Died: 1694

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Ancient Japanese painting showing Muromachi Samurai in battle During the Muromachi period

Yoshitsuna Utagawa, tätig um 1850-70 - A large triptych 'Bird's-eye view on Edo with fire brigades', Around 1860, woodcut in colours, 3 parts, overall 35,5 x 73,5 cm (Oban tate-e), sign.'Itosai Yoshitsuna ga', editor: Tsuta-ya Kichizo, censor's and date mark, the upper rim inscribed in German 'Zusammenkunft der Feuersleute am 4. Januar.' and 'Feuers-Leute'. Framed behind glass, unopened.

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Kanō Naizen (狩野 内膳?, 1570–1616) was a Japanese painter of the Kanō school, particularly known for his byōbu screen paintings of Nanban ("Southern Barbarians", i.e. Europeans). Naizen was his art name; his personal name was Shigesato (重里). One of his more famous works, "Festivals of Toyokuni" (豊国の祭り), was one of these such paintings, produced in 1605 for the seventh anniversary of the death of Kampaku Toyotomi Hideyoshi, whose posthumous name was Toyokuni Daimyōjin (豊国大名人).

Kanō Naizen (狩野 内膳?, 1570–1616) was a Japanese painter of the Kanō school, particularly known for his byōbu screen paintings of Nanban ("Southern Barbarians", i.e. Europeans). Naizen was his art name; his personal name was Shigesato (重里). One of his more famous works, "Festivals of Toyokuni" (豊国の祭り), was one of these such paintings, produced in 1605 for the seventh anniversary of the death of Kampaku Toyotomi Hideyoshi, whose posthumous name was Toyokuni Daimyōjin (豊国大名人).

Digital Park -  a concept for creating a urban city space. The touch panel changes its color by temperature and sound by Karen Chiu

Having screens light up with different girls or animals on them Digital Park - a concept for creating a urban city space. The touch panel changes its color by temperature and sound by Karen Chiu

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Hishikawa Moronobu Back to Ukiyo-e artists Born: 1618 Died: 1694