Japanese Art History Resources:
Momoyama Period (1574-1614)

(See also: Japan Resource Page)

Web Resources
Azuchi-Momoyama Period. Wikipedia
Castles of Japan. Takashi Toyooka
Himeji Castle, from Japanese Buildings and Cities. Columbia University
History of Roman Catholicism in Japan. Wikipedia
Japanese-style painting. Gallery Nishimura
The Kano School of Painting. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Momoyama Art in museums:
  • Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
  • Boston Museum of Fine Arts
  • British Museum
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Freer and Sackler Galleries
  • Kimbell Art Museum
  • Kyoto National Museum
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Tokyo National Museum
Momoyama Buildings and Sculptures, with Shoin Interior. Mike Gunther
The Samurai Archives. C.E. West and F.W. Seal
World Cultures: Tokugawa Japan. Richard Hooker
Yakushi Sculpture Group in To-ji Kondo. Healing Touch UK

Image Links (click inside)

1. Monochrome Paintings and Screens
Pine Trees
Hasegawa Tohaku
Unkoku Togan
Eight Drinking Hermits
Kaiho Yusho
Hermits and a Fairy
Kano Eitoku
Daoist Immortals...
Kano Koi
Formerly attr. Soami
Old Trees and Monkeys

2. Polychrome Screens
Cypress Tree
Kano Eitoku
Tartar Envoys
Kano Eitoku
Phoenixes and Paulownia
Tosa Mitsuyoshi
Butterfly Dance Tosa Mitsuyoshi Monkey Satire Anon. Kabuki Screen
European Court

4. Ceramics, Lacquerware, and other objects
Jar for tea water Jar for tea water Tea Bowl Tea Storage Jar Lacquer Pyx Mask Box Cosmetic Box
Stationary Box Document Box Noh Costume Armor

[last updated: August 4, 2013]

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