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Joan Stanley-Baker is a graduate of Bennington College in Vermont, and

earned her D.Phil in Chinese Art History at the University of Oxford. She

has been studying various aspects of Asian art since 1964 and spent

four years studying the arts of Japan in situ. She was inaugural curator
of Asian art at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, B.C., Canada, and has
taught Chinese and Japanese art history at the University of Melbourne,
National Taiwan and National Tsing Hua Universities, and was founding

professor of art history and art criticism at Tainan National College of the
Arts, Taiwan. Her books include a study of Japanese reception and
transformation of Chinese literati painting, The Transmission of Chinese
Idealist Painting to Japan: Notes on the Early Phase which examines
the transformation of brushwork in trans-cultural adaptation (1992),
and the highly regarded study of the nature and function of forgeries in

Chinese painting, Old Masters Repeinted. Wu Zhen (1280-.1354)
Prime Objects and Accretions (1995).

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Enichi-b6 Jonin
Myoe Shonin meditating
(detail). See III. 67

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74, 75. (top) BasO-sen,
(above) Mawara-ny(J, both by
Tankei. Painted wood. Early

13th century.

76. (opposite) Mucl7aku, by
Unkei. H. 188 ern. Kamakura,
1208-12.

Muchaku portrays fhe

wood. represents both
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realistic

their .rrn",n �'�'�V�l�l�1�~�<�:�1�t�-�'�l�f�Y�Y�l

from its source,hereIndia andChina,themore
tive it becornes,ell I �1�\�'�1�X�T�1�~�l�"�'�~�~�. �~�~ ....."-'-' <:11,-1-, 01-,I-,y,,'l''1Tl ri"" 1,1-"r

TheeldestofUnkei'ssix

was anlong his most remarkable

left a seated Kannon thousand

smallerstandingthousand-armedKannons,all worked in bright

gilt. Among images of the twenty-eight lay followers of this

Kannon, two works by Tankei especiallyreflect the ardourand

intensityofKamakurapopularBuddhism,Basil-senis shownas an

old hermitoffrail bodybutpowerfulfeatures.Gauntandbearded,

he leanson a staff. As hestoopsforward his right shoulder-bone

protrudes;heholdsasutrascroll in his raisedhand.Thewrinkled
faceandswollenfinger-jointsshowhis ageanddeterioratedphys-

ical condition,butfaith, pietyandbenevolencetransformthelined

face, with its sunkeneyes and curvednose, into a thing of

beauty. Perhapsmost compelling in its simplicity and single-

mindedfaith is acompanionpiece,Matuara-nyo,who standserect 75

�1�1�2�~

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17G-77; 137

Utamaro

Ue Gukei 128; 82
ukiyo-e122, 180, 182,188-92
UmeharaSueji 21
10nkei109-10,11':2;. 76
10nkoko school17.'3
Uragarna
Utarnarosee

Yagi Hazuo206;
Yakushi HealingBuddha56, 40
Yakushi Nyorai of Tingoji 6.'3,65; 46
Yakushi Triad 1,0, �/�~�5�; 28
Tamato-e57,76-79,86,103, 14,6, 150
YanagisawaTaka
Yayoi period �1�8�-�~�W�; ceramics18, 20, .9;

metalware18-19, 10; motifs 20,
108

('Yoga
Yornei,
Yosa Buson176;/.'J.5, 186
yoseg:(sculptingtechnique)72
Yoshida Hiroshi '202
Yujian style 125, L34, 1.'37,145

Zen seeBuddhism

wakapoetry 100-102,152, 165
Wakakusadera29, 30,..'3.'3
Wang Xizhi 54, 161
war tales9G-98; 68
warihagi (sculptingtechnique)72
WaterDeva(Suiten)of Toji 72,74; .5.5
Womb Mandala62, 68, 72; 45
wrap-aroundmural painting 13.'3

Xia Gui style 127, 129, 131" 137

TenjukokoMandala.(34; 21
Tenyn seeShokeiTenyu
textiles54, 55, 169-72,131-33;seealso

dyes
Tibetanpainting62
Todaiji temple47,48,50,53,57-59;

32,35,44

T'ohakuseeHasegawaTohaku
TokugawaIeyasu 154,_161
TokugawaShogunate154-55, 159-61,

172, 184,194,

TokugawaYashinobu80
TokuokaShinsen':200; 157
Tori schoolseeShiba Tori
'Torii Kiyonaga 191
Tosaschool 146, 182; 104
Toshodaijitemple11,8, 50, 51,55; 33, 36,

87

Toshun137, 159; .9.5
Toyotomi Hidevoshi 142, 150, 154, 15.5
tsukuri-e(colouring technique)84, 87,

88,105

Tai-an 150-55; 108, 109
Taiga seeIkeno Taiga
Taika Reform 39, 4,0
Taira (Heike) clan 85, 98,107,109
Taira no Klyomori 85, 86
Taira no Shigemori107
taka maki-e(lacquertechnique)106
Takagaminecolony 161-62, 166
TakanobuseeFujiwaraTakanobu
TaleC!f Genji, TheseeGenii, The TaleC!f
Tamehisa 10
TanakaChojiro 151-52;110
Tangware 56

Kenzo 205; 161
182-8.'3

Tankei 112'; 74, 7.5
Tanyasee�l�~�a�n�o Tanya
tapestry28-29, �~�3�4�-�.�'�3�5�; 21
tarashikomi(painting technique)

165-66,169

TawayaraSotatsu146-48, 165--66,
168-69; 106, 124, 12.5

tea ware 150-52,155-58;110,119,120
Tea, Way of10,12, 142, �1�5�0�-�5�~�3�, 155;

architecture150-52,108, 10.9
Ternpyoperiod46-58;painting57,58,

39, 43, 1.'.4; sculpture46-50, 32,
33, 38; secularobjects54-58,
39-44

ShigisanEngi 87, 88,96-98;63
shikishi(poem mounting) 103, 104, 165
Shingon(Mantra)School 60, 62-65,71
Shinkei 13
Shinoware 155-56; 114, 115
Shintoreligion 20, 24-28,66, 107, 195;

architecture24-27,51,15,16,37
Shogunalrule 109
ShokeiTenvu 129; 8.9
Shomu,Emperor16-48,5.'3,54
Shosoinrepository47,54-57;39-44
Shotoku,Prince29, 30, 34-.'36,99
Shubun127,129,17.'3;87,88
Shuko 150
shukuxu(reducedpictures)14.C3

Silla 21-22, 34',10,94
single-blocksculpture72
Soami 152-55, 141, 17.'3-74;91
Soen 137; 94
Soga clan29, 30
SotatsuseeTawarayaSotatsu
sprinkledpigmenttechniquesee

'emotivecloud'
stonedolmens22, 36; 13
Suiten (WaterDeva) 72, 74; 5.5
sun-and-moonscreens146; 104
Suzuki Harunobu190-91;147
SuxumushiJI 82, 8;3; 60
swords54" 107, 151; 40

sacredenergyfields 32, 58
Saicho59-60
Sakaki Hyak usen17�'�~�-�7 5
SakamotoHanjiro 9
sakui(creativeinnovation) 153, 168
samurai107, 11/:1<, 17:3, 176-77
Sanjiaokuninkasha101; 70
Sansom,Sir George66
Satsumaware 159
sculpture 6:3, 66, 68-72,

109-14, �1�8�L�~�, 20:3

Sei Shonagon,Lady 82
Seiche110
SeisonseeMaedaSeison
Sen no Rikyu 150-5::2; 108, 10.9

seeGibon Sengai
Toyo 127, 137; .93

SessonShukei 139; .96, .98
SessonYubai 118
Seto ware155-56
ShakaNyorai of Muroji 66; "1r-7
Sharaku191-92;
Shen Nanping 181
Shiba Tori 36, 252, style 37, 59,

13, 44, 2.9, 30

shigajiku(poem painting) 1'26

raden(inlay) 106
mzgapainting67, 70,72,71'-76;5S, 51.,

56,57

Rakuchu-Rakugaizureliquary 187
rakuware 122, 151, 16,c3; 110,11.9
Ri Sampei158
Rikyu seeSen noRikya
rimpa style 122, 150, 166-69,178; 105,

121,,126,128-30,13.'3

rokudo-e(Paintingof the Six Ways)92;
66

RosetsuseeNagasawaRosetsu
Rvoanji, rock garden14·0-4,1;97
Ryozen 124,; 83
rvusuidesign 19; 10

Paekche28; influence29, 39, 40; 26
painting33-35,45, 46,57,58,67,

71-98,115-37,14'1-.50,165-66,
168-69,172-84,187-88,194-202

paper-making103
Phillips, 1.Walter 20S?
portraiture94, 1 1, 11'1,-18, 1.'34;

67, 74-79,92
pouncingpatterns4,5, ''''6
prints 188-92,201-203;11.8-51,160
printing techniques�1�0�~�3�, 188-90
PureLand Paradisepainting66-76,

1 10, 146; 49, 54-57

otoko-e(masculinepainting) 84, 86-91,
97; 62-65

223

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