[JAPANESE PAINTING AND CALLIGRAPHY]
A group of works about Japanese Painting and Calligraphy, comprising:
PAINE, Robert Treat. Catalogue of a special exhibition of Japanese Screen paintings, landscapes and figures. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1935-38. — AOKI, Mokubei. Nihon bijutsu kaiga zenshu. 21, Mokubei chikuden/21. Tokyo : Shueisha, 1977. — SHIMIZU, Yoshiaki. Masters of Japanese calligraphy : 8th-19th century. New York: Japan Society, 1984. — CASTILE, Rimpa. Exquisite visions: Rimpa paintings from Japan. New York: Japan House Gallery, 1980. — ADDISS, Stephen. The art of Zen: paintings and calligraphy by Japanese monks, 1600-1925. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1998. — AIDA, Kohei. Japanese brush painting in color. Tokyo: Japan Publications, 1973. — NOMA, Seiroku. Artistry in ink. New York: Crown, 1958. — AWAKAWA, Yasuichi. Zen painting. Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1982. — Nihon fuzokuga taisei: Tokugawa jidai shoki & chuki; Fuzoku shiryo: jo; Nara Heian jidai; Kamakura jidai; Toyotomi jidai. Tokyo: Chuo Bijutsusha, 1929. — Masterpieces from the Shin'enkan Collection: Japanese painting of the Edo period. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1986. — ADDISS, Stephen. Japanese quest for a new vision: the impact of visiting Chinese painters, 1600-1900 : selections from the Hutchinson collection at the Spencer Museum of Art. Kansas City: Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, 1986. — SHIMBUN, Yomiuri. Words in motion: modern Japanese calligraphy. Japan: 1984. — SHIMIZU, Yoshiaki. Japanese ink paintings from American collections: the Muromachi period: an exhibition in honor of Shujiro Shimada. Princeton: Art Museum, Princeton University, 1976. — HILLIER, Jack Ronald. Japanese drawings of the 18th and 19th centuries. Washington, D.C: Internat. Exhibitions Foundation, 1980. — ROSENFIELD, John M.; RATHBUN, William Jay; CRANSTON, Funiko E. Song of the brush: Japanese paintings from the Sanso Collection. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1979. — KURODA, Taizo; TAKEUCHI, Melinda; YAMANE, Yuzo. Worlds Seen and Imagined : Japanese Screens from the Idemitsu Museum of Arts. New York: The Asia Society Galleries, 1995. — BROWN, Kendall H. The politics of reclusion: painting and power in Momoyama Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai?i Press, 1997. — FONTEIN, Jan; HICKMAN, Money L. Zen: painting et calligraphy. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts; Distributed by New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, Conn., 1970. SIGHED by author. — TODA, Kenji. Japanese Scroll Painting. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1935. — EARNSHAW, Christopher J. Sho Japanese Calligraphy: an In-Depth Introduction to the Art of Writing Characters. North Clarendon: Tuttle Publishing, 1989. — ADDISS, Stephen. Zenga and Nanga: paintings by Japanese monks and scholars : selections from the Kurt and Millie Gitter collection. New Orleans: New Orleans museum of art, 1976. — GITTER, Kurt A; FISTER, Pat. Japanese fan paintings from western collections. New Orleans: New Orleans museum of art, 1985. — GRILLI, Elise. Japanese Picture Scrolls. New York: Crown, 1980. — Society of Friends of Eastern Art. Index of Japanese painters. Rutland: Tuttle 1973.
Together 30 works in 36 volumes.
Property from a Prominent Chicago Collection
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