The artist in Edo / edited by Yukio Lippit.
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- ISBN: 9780300214673
- ISBN: 0300214677
- Physical Description: viii, 295 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm.
- Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Gallery of Art, Washington, 
- Distributor: New Haven ; Distributed by Yale University Press
- Copyright: ©2018
"This volume was produced by the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts and the Publishing Office, National Gallery of Art, Washington."
Proceedings of the symposium "The Artist in Edo," organized by the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, and the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, and sponsored by the Anne van Biema Endowment Fund, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Japan Foundation, and the Starr Foundation. The symposium was held April 13-14, 2012, in Washington.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Preface / Elizabeth Cooper -- Introduction / Yukio Lippit -- Clay at the two extremes: Edo-Period potters as professionals and amateurs / Louise Allison Cort -- The painter in attendance / Yukio Lippit -- The Lotus Scroll: Kōetsu and Sōtatsu's collaborative space / Tamamushi Satoko -- Classicism in the work of Ogata Kōrin / Emura Tomoko -- Kōrin and Noh / Kōno Motoaki -- The ukiyo-e artist and the city / Timon Screech -- The sociocultural identity of the ukiyo-e artist: observations derived from rewards and punishments / Kishi Fumikazu -- Making painting into print: reflections on a Surimono by Toriyama Sekien and his students / Julie Nelson Davis -- Itō Jakuchū: an artist in the market / Satō Yasuhiro -- Rosetsu's red cliffs: medium and meaning in late Edo-Period painting / Matthew P. McKelway -- The painter and the archive: models for the artist in nineteenth-century Japan / Chelsea Foxwell -- The Jakuchū Memorial Exhibition of 1885 / Timothy Clark.
"A historic first showing outside Japan of Itō Jakuchū's thirty-scroll series Colorful Realm of Living Beings (c. 1757-1766) at the National Gallery of Art was the occasion for this collection of twelve essays that reimagine the concepts of the artist and art-making as they were understood in early modern Japan. During the Edo period (1600-1868), peace and economic stability under the Tokugawa shogunate allowed both elite and popular arts and culture to flourish in Edo (Tokyo) and Kyoto. The essays consider a wide range of art forms--screen paintings, scrolls, prints, illustrated books, calligraphy, ceramics, textiles--giving extended attention to Jakuchū's spectacular series as well as to works by a range of contemporary artists such as Ogata Kōrin, Nagasawa Rosetsu, Hon'ami Kōetsu, Tawaraya Sōtatsu, Katsushika Hokusai, and others. Selected contributions address issues of professional roles, including copying and imitation, display and memorialization, and makers' identities. Some explore the new form of painting, ukiyo-e, in the context of the urban society that provided its subject matter and audiences; others discuss the spectrum of amateur and professional Edo pottery and interrelationships between painting and other media. Together, they reveal the fluidity and dynamism of artists' identities during a time of great significance in the country's history." -- Publisher's description
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