The Bijutsu Kenkyu
(The Journal of Art Studies)


 Since 1932. The journal, edited by the Department of Art Research, Archives and Information Systems, carries monograms, research notes, explanations of plates, book reviews, Exhibition Reviews and materials for art research pertaining not only to Japanese and East Asian classical art but also European and American art related to modern and contemporary Japanese art (English summaries included).

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No. 99Mar., 1940
 Study on the Date of Production of “Akafudo or Red Acala”
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Study on the Scrolls “Sanno Reikenki” (on Reigenji’s Scroll etc.)
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plate: Flower Basket, Coll. Mr. Yukihiko Yasuda, Kanagawa
 Explanation of the Plate: Scroll “Thirty-Six Priest-Poets” (Fragment), Coll. Mr. Masaharu Kato, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
 The Text of the Scrolls “Sanno Reikenki”
  Umezu Jiro
 Records of the Koami Family
No. 98Feb., 1940
 Study on the Album of “Ise Monogatari” Painted by Sotatsu
  Yashiro Yukio
 Study on a Group of Furniture Decorated with Makie in Western Style
  Yoshino Tomio
 Explanation of the Plates: Paintings of “Ise Monogatari,” Album, Collection of Baron Ino Dan, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
 Koami Kadensho (Chronology of Koami)
 Koami Kadenkan (Records of Koami)
No. 97Jan., 1940
 Study on the Scroll-painting “Nezame Monogatari”
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Paintings of “Society of Jesus” in Japan and Those of Western Style at the End of Ming Dynasty
  Nishimura Tei
 Works by Little Known Painters (Part III)
  Watanabe Hajime
 Works by Little Known Painters (Part III)
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by I Fu-chiu, Collection of Mr. Jirobei Hasegawa, Mie
 Explanation of the Plates: “Vaisravana,” Collection of Uesugi Shrine, Yamagata
 Report of the Institute
No. 96Dec., 1939
 G. V. Cappelletti and A. Giovanni
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Study on the Biography of Uragami Gyokudo (Part II)
  Mori Senzo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Painted Basket,” Excavated out of the Tomb at Lo-Lang, Chosen, Collection of Government General of Chosen
 Explanation of the Plates: “Vajra-dhara,” Collection of Todaiji Temple, Nara
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Fang Ts’ung-i, Collection of Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Kyosho, Collection of Mr. Shigetaro Moriya, Gumma
 Report of the Institute
 Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1939
No. 95Nov., 1939
 Study on Portraits of Goto Yujo and His Descendants
  Suganuma Teizo
 Study on the “Biography of Uragami Gyokudo” (Part I)
  Mori Senzo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape of Four Seasons on Su Tung-P'o's Poems,” by Shih-T'ao, Collection of Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
 Explanation of the Plate: Fragment of Wall-Painting of Fukiji Temple, Collection of Mr. Yasuzaemon Matsunaga, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
No. 94Oct., 1939
 Study on the Technique of Shitogwa (Finger-Drawing)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Antonio Fontanesi and His Works in Japan
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Explanation of the Plates: Panel Paintings of Kichijoten Shrine of Joruriji Temple,Collection of the Imperial Art School of Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Five Hundred Arhats,” by Ikeno Taiga, Collection of Manpukuji Temple, Kyoto
No. 93Sep., 1939
 Study on Koetsu's Shikishi Dated November 11th, Keicho 11th Year
  Yashiro Yukio
 Study on the Scroll “Thirty-Six Priest-Poets”
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plates: “Acala and Two Boys,” Collection of Ruriji Temple, Hyogo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Buddha,” Collection of The Tokyo Imperial Art School
 Report of the Institute
 The Text of the Scroll “Thirty-Six Priest-Poets” Reprinted from the Sketches by Tsunenobu
  Umezu Jiro
No. 92Aug., 1939
 Study on Portraits of Hideyoshi Toyotomi
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 Edoardo Chiossone and His Works in Japan (II)
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Explanation of the Plates: “Flowers,” by Yun Nan-T'ien, Collection of Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Hermit Looking Up at the Moon,”Collection of Marquis Naganari Kuroda, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Amitabha,” Collection of Nenbutsuji, Mie
 Report of the Institute
No. 91Jul., 1939
 Historical Study on “Shogun-Jizo”
  Morisue Gisho
 Edoardo Chiossone and His Works in Japan (I)
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Portrait of Confucius,” Collection of Mr. Yukihiko Yasuda, Kanagawa
 Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” (The River Hozugawa), by Okyo, Collection of Mr. Sozaemon Nishimura, Kyoto
 Explanation of the Plates: “Birds and Trees,” by Shen T'ien-Jang, Collection of Mr. Kinpei Takeuchi, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Apsara,” Collection of Mr. Inosuke Setsu, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
No. 90Jun., 1939
 On Li-Tal-Ming-Hua-Chi (Part I)
  Dotani Kenyu
 On Two Unusual Korean Statuettes
  Yashiro Yukio
 Explanation of the Plates: “God of Thunder and God of Wind” by Sotatsu, Collection of Kenninji Temple, Kyoto
 Explanation of the Plates: “Arhats,” Collection of Mr. Kotaro Nishimura, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape,” Collection of Baron Koyata Iwasaki, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plates: “God of Thunder and God of Wind” by Hoitsu, Collection of Viscount Keizo Shibusawa, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Avalokitesvara,” Collection of Mr. Ziro Ichida, Korea
 Report of the Institute
 The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters), Newly Compiled and Reprinted From Various Editions (Part V)
No. 89May, 1939
 On Scroll-Painting “Ashibiki-e”
  Umezu Jiro
 Study on Ikeno Taiga Kafu (Chronicles of Ikeno Taiga Family)
  Mori Senzo
 Explanation of the Plates: Ink-Stone Box:: “Hana-No-Shirakawa,” Collection of Mr. Kaichiro Nezu, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Buddha-locani Mandala,” Collection of Shinagawa-Dera, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape,” Collection of Baron Koyata Iwasaki, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Mokubei, Collection of Mr. Kinya Nagao, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
 The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters), Newly Compiled and Reprinted From Various Editions (Part IV)
No. 88Apr., 1939
 On the Stone Daggers Excavated in An-yang, China
  Umehara Sueji
 Seiki Kuroda and the Japan-China War
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Portrait of a Lady,” Collection of Mr. Kinya Nagao, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Amitabha Appearing with Twenty-five Bodhisattvas,” Collection of Jofukuji Temple, Kyoto
 Explanation of the Plate: “Waterfall” by Motonobu (Attributed), Collection of Mrs. Sueko Hara, Yokohama
 Report of the Institute
 The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters) Newly Compiled and Reprinted From Various Editions (Part III)
No. 87Mar., 1939
 Life of Fujiwara Yukimitsu and His Work
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 On the Inscriptions of the Buddhistic Statues of Kampukuji Temple
  Ogino Minahiko
 Explanation of the Plate: “A Bird on Peach-Tree,” Collection of Mr. Sueko Hara, Yokohama
 Explanation of the Plate: “A Tiger in a Bamboo Grove” by Sesson, Collection of the Imperial School of Fine Arts, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “A Tiger in a Bamboo Grove” by Hogai, After “A Tiger in a Bamboo Grove” by Sesson, Collection of Mr. Kannosuke Hara, Hiroshima
 Reisai (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series VII)
  Watanabe Hajime
 The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters). Newly Compiled and Reprinted From the Various Editions (Part II)
No. 86Feb., 1939
 Album of Insect and Fish, Painted by Kazan
  Suganuma Teizo
 On the “Moryo-Ga” Style of Zen Painting (Part II)
  Shimada Shujiro
 On the Compilation of the Honcho-Ga-San by Buncho
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Korean Jar of the Li Dynasty, Collection of the Nippon Mingei Kan, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
 The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters). Newly Compiled and Reprinted from the Various Editions
No. 85Jan., 1939
 Albums of Koetsu's Shikishi in the East Asiatic Collection, Berlin
  Yashiro Yukio
 Artists' Seals on Old Paintings
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: “Iris” by Korin, Collection of Mr. Kaichiro Nezu, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Yatsu-Hashi” by Kenzan, Collection of Mr. Saburo Yamaguchi, Kyoto
 Gaki (Descriptive Catalogue of Chinese and Japanese Paintings in Kyoto), Compelled by Rin Roen in An-Ei Era (1772-1780). Reprinted From the Original Mss
 Report of the Institute
No. 84Dec., 1938
 Harunobu and His Paintings
  Fujikake Shizuya
 The “Moryo-Ga” Style of Zen Painting
  Shimada Shujiro
 Scroll Painting: the Kobo Daishi Gyojo Emaki
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plate: Two Men Under a Tree, the Yamamaka Co., Kyoto
 Explanation of the Plate: Mahavairocana, Collection of Baron Okura, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: One of Four Lokapalas, Collection of Mrs. Sen Shimomura, Kanagawa
 Report of the Institute
 Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1938
No. 83Dec., 1938
 Scroll Paintings: the Koya Daishi Gyojo Zue of Jizoin
  Umezu Jiro
 Portrait of Takizawa Kinrei by Kazan
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plates: Sakyamuni, Jindaiji, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: Flower Vase with Jewel Design, by Ninsei, Ninnaji, Kyoto
 Shubun (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series VI)
  Watanabe Hajime
No. 82Nov., 1938
 Newly Discovered Fragment of the Yamai Zoshi
  Yashiro Yukio
 On the Record of Travels of Tessai Tomioka
  Odakane Taro
 Study on the “Fifteen Mysteries of St. Mary” Painted in Japan (Part II)
  Nishimura Tei
 Explanation of the Plate: “Avalokitesvara,” Collection of Mr. Masaya Okazaki, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Flocks of Crows” by Toeki, Konchiin, Nanzenji, Kyoto
 Explanation of the Plate: “Female Figure,” Collection of Mr. Kozo Moriya, Kyoto
 Report of the Institute
 Record of Tessai Tomioka's Travels, Reprinted From the Original Mss.
  Odakane Taro
No. 81Oct., 1938
 Gilt Bronze Statuette “Seven Buddhas” of Early T’ang Period
  Yashiro Yukio
 Life of Sesshu, with Particular Reference To His Sojourn in China
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 Study on the “Fifteen Mysteries of St. Mary” Painted in Japan
  Nishimura Tei
 Supplementary Comments on the Zusho-Koryaku-Ki (Notes on Art and Artists)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: “Peony Garden,” Daikakuji, Kyoto
 Explanation of the Plates: “Kariba Myojin” and “Nibu Myojin,” Kongobuji, Wakayama
 Explanation of the Plate: Landscape, Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
 Ryukakuji Engi (History of Ryukakuji Temple)
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 80Aug., 1938
 Shubun (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series V)
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: “Portrait of Shotoku Taishi,” Ninnaji, Kyoto
No. 79Jul., 1938
 Portraits of Honen Shonin
  Mochizuki Shinjo
 Togai Kawakami and His Works in European Manner
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Daito Kokushi, Daitokuji, Kyoto
 Explanation of the Plates: Hermits at Leisure, by Yusho, Reidoin, Kyoto
 Report of the Institute
 Kawachi-koku Sairinji Engi
  Ogino Minahiko
No. 78Jun., 1938
 Chinese Repousse Plaques with Buddhistic Figures
  Yashiro Yukio
 Scroll Paintings: the Kobo Daishi Eden of the Ikeda Family and the Koso Daishi Himitsu Engi
  Umezu Jiro
 Further Notes on the Screen and Wall Paintings of the Momoyama Period
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: European Nobleman on Horseback, Collection of Mr. Takashi Suetsugu, Kyoto
 Report of the Institute
No. 77May, 1938
 Studies on the “Thirty-Six Poetical Geniuses,” Formerly Owned by Marquis Satake
  Shirahata Yoshi
 Report of the Institute
 Josetsu (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series III)
  Watanabe Hajime
 Bunsel (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series IV)
  Watanabe Hajime
 Zusho-Koryaku-Ki or Notes on Art and Artists (Part II), Reprinted from the Original, Printed in 1701
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 76Apr., 1938
 Scroll Painting “Jizo Engi” of the Freer Gallery of Art
  Yashiro Yukio
 “Portrait of Fujiwara Nobumitsu” by Korin
  Suganuma Teizo
 Report of the Institute
 Zusho-Koryaku-Ki or Notes on Art and Artists (Part I), Reprinted from the Original, Printed in 1701
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 75Mar., 1938
 Panel Wall Paintings of Fukiji Temple
  Toyooka Masuto
 Kogyo Terazaki as a War Art-Correspondent
  Odakane Taro
 Explanation of the Plates: “Portrait of Hatto Kokushi” by Kakue, Kokokuji, Wakayama
 Explanation of the Plates: Four Landscapes (Cloud and Mountains, Autumn Fog, After Rain, Summer Moon), by Kogyo Terazaki, The Department of Education
 Report of the Institute
 Muto Shui (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series II)
  Watanabe Hajime
 “Shihekisai Gawa” or Talks on Art by Shihekisai, Reprinted from the Original MSS.
  Mori Senzo
No. 74Feb., 1938
 Scroll Painting “Tengu Soshi”
  Umezu jiro
 Studies on the Biography of Kaiseki Noro (Part III)
  Mori Senzo
 Explanation of the Plate: Nabeshima Bottle with Floral Design, Collection of John Gadsby, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Wild-Geese and Reed” by Niten, Collection of Marquis Moritatsu Hosokawa, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll Painting “Tengu Soshi,” Reprinted from the Original
  Umezu Jiro
No. 73Jan., 1938
 Screen-Painting of Matsushima by Sotatsu
  Yashiro Yukio
 Taiga's Journal of the Trip to the Three Mountains
  Suganuma Teizo
 Equestrian Statue of Kusunoki Masashige
  Suga Toshio
 Explanation of the Plates: “Aryacalanatha with Two Boy Attendants,” Collection of Marquis Saburo Inoue, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Taiga, Formerly in the Collection of Mr. Minoru Otsuka Collection, Tokyo
 Report of the Institute
 Miscellaneous Letters of Japanese Artists (II)
  Mimura Seizaburo
No. 72Dec., 1937
 Wooden Cranes and Snakes Decorated with Lacquer, Said to Have Been Discovered in Chang-sha, China
  Umehara Sueji, Mizuno Seiichi
 Studies on the Biography of Kaiseki Noro (Part II)
  Mori Senzo
 Scientific Methods in the Connoisseurship of Far Eastern Arts
  Nakane Katsu
 Explanation of the Plate: “Pine Trees and Hawks,” The Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: Lacquer Painting on Four Doors of a Buddhistic Shrine, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Collection of Mr. Kozo Uchida, Tokyo and The Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
 Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1937
No. 71Nov., 1937
 A Stone Statue of Aryacalanatha of the T'ang Period
  Yashiro Yukio
 The Yoshino Mandala of Reiun-ji Temple
  Toyooka Masuto
 Studies on the Biography of Kaiseki Noro (Part I)
  Mori Senzo
 Poetical Work by Tessai Tomioka, Reprinted From the Original Mss. (Part II)
  Odakane Taro
 Report of the Institute
No. 70Oct., 1937
 On the Compilation of “Corpus of Eastern Arts”
  Yashiro Yukio
 Mokuan Reien (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series I)
  Watanabe Hajime
 Study on the Votive Plaque in Japan
  Katori Hotsuma
 Poetical Work by Tessai Tomioka, Reprinted From the Original Mss. (Part I)
  Odakane Taro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Beauty Under the Cherry-Blossoms,” by Toyonobu, Collection of Mr. Shigekichi Mihara, Tokyo
 Explanation of the Plate: Landscape, by Tessai Tomioka, Collection of Mr. Kenkichi Naito, Kyoto
 Report of the Institute
No. 69Sep., 1937
 Studies on the "Aryacalanatha with Two Boy Attendants" by Chuan Bonshi
  Umezu jiro
 The “Mother and Child” (Etching) Issued by the Society of Jesus of Japan
  Nishimura Tei
 Old Records of Uchiyama Eikyu-ji Temple
  Morisue Gisho
 Explanation of the Plates: Tusita-deva Mandala, Enmei-ji Temple, Osaka
  Toyooka Masuto
 Explanation of the Plates: Bhaisajyaguru, Kozan-ji Temple, Kyoto, Nikko Bodhisattva, Imperial Household Musum, Tokyo and Gakko Bodhisattva, Imperial Art School of Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
No. 68Aug., 1937
 A Bronze Statuette of Bodhisattva
  Yashiro Yukio
 Vincenzo Ragusa and His Work in Japan
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Studies on the Subject of the Mounted Warrior in Japanese Painting (Part II)
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 Explanation of the Plate: Wall-Painting, Emman-in Temple, Shiga
  Editor
 Explanation of the Plates: “Sages Among Mountains,” by Chokuan, Henjoko-in Temple, Wakayama
  Watanabe Hajime
No. 67Aug., 1937
 Studies on the Subject of the Mounted Warrior in Japanese Portrait Painting (Part I)
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 Seigai Sakurama and His Work
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plate: Mahapratisarah, Kanshin-ji Temple, Osaka
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Maitreya, Horyu-ji Temple, Nara
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Report of the Institute
 Classified Bibliography of Far Eastern Arts for the Year 1936
No. 66Jun., 1937
 Problems of the Text of the Scroll-Painting “Shigisan Engi”
  Shimomise Seiichi
 A Bronze Statuette of the Suiko Period
  Yashiro Yukio
 Portraits of Poet-Saint Hitomaro, A Historical Study
  Shirahata Yoshi
 Works by Little Known Painters (Part II)
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Daimin-Kokushi. Nanzen-ji Temple, Kyoto
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: “Eagle,” by Nichokuan, Collection of Mr. Chuzaburo Ogino, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: “Azalea,” by Korin, Collection of Baron Ino Dan, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Yamada Chisaburo
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting “Shigisan Engi,” Reprinted from the Original
  Shimomise Seiichi
No. 65May, 1937
 Marble Statue of Maitreya in Marquis Hosokawa's Collection
  Yashiro Yukio
 Portrait of the Blomhoff Family by Keiga Kawahara
  Moriya Kenji
 Autographic Documents of the Life of Tessai Tomioka, Reprinted From the Original Mss.
  Odakane Taro
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Aigai Takaku, by Chinzan,Collection of Mr. Kitaro Otani, Shizuoka
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plates: Maitreya, Yachu-ji Temple, Osaka
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plates: Landscape, Kongobu-ji Temple, Wakayama
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: “Fishermen,” by Ch'en-sing, Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanation of the Plate: Avalokitesvara, Collection of Mr. Seiji Yamada, Kyoto
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Report of the Institute
No. 64Apr., 1937
 Appointment of Jocho to the Ecclesiastical Rank of Hokkyo
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 Scroll-Painting “Hundred Wild-Geese,” by Ma Fen
  Yashiro Yukio
 Lacquer-Ware Treasured by the Ainu
  Yoshino Tomio
 Explanation of the Plates: “Cherry-Blossoms and Maple Leaves,” Chishaku-in Temple, Kyoto
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanation of the Plate: Vaisravana, Chion-in Temple, Kyoto
  Umezu jiro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Yu Constructing A Gate,” by Kazan Watanabe, Collection of Mr. Chutaro Nakano, Niigata
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Editor
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Report of the Institute
 The “Naniwa-Kyoyu-Roku,” Who’s who of Scholars and Artists in Osaka, Reprinted from the Original, Published in 1790 A. D.
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 63Mar., 1937
 On the Origin of the Brush Name of Sesshu
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Two Masterpieces of Buddhistic Painting in American Collections (Part II)
  Yashiro Yukio
 Destruction by Fire and Reconstruction of Hase-Dera Temple in the Middle Ages (Part II)
  Morisue Gisho
 Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Works By Little Known Painters (Part I)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Dance, Collection of Mr. Ryuzaburo Umehara, Tokyo
  Suganuma Teizo
 The “Naniwa-Kyoyu-Roku,” Who’s who of Scholars and Artists in Osaka, Reprinted from the Original, Published in 1775 A. D.
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Ex-Emperor Gouda Hoo, Daikaku-ji Temple, Kyoto
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Landscape, Collection of Mr. Saichi Kawase, Oita
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: “Vineyard and Fowl,” by Shojo, Collection of Mr. Jirobei Hasegawa, Mie
  Umezu jiro
 Report of the Institute
No. 62Feb., 1937
 Destruction by Fire and Reconstruction of Hase-dera Temple in Middle Ages (Part I)
  Morisue Gisho
 Landscape by Sesshu in the Ohara Collection
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Bairei Kono and His Work
  Misumi Masahiro
 Record of the Reconstruction of Hase-dera Temple in Middle Ages
  Morisue Gisho
 Explanation of the Plate: Large Nabeshima Plate with Floral Design, Collection of Mr. Matasaku Shiobara, Tokyo
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Aizen Myoo, Soji-ji Temple, Shiga
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Yuki Nakado, by Chinzan, Collection of Mrs. Yae Suzuki, Kanagawa
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plates: Landscape with Birds, by Goshun, Collection of Mr. Shinsuke Ueno, Shiga
  Umezu jiro
 Explanation of the Plates: Eleven-Headed Avalokitesvara, Collection of Mr. Jissho Sakamoto, Gifu
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Report of the Institute
No. 61Jan., 1937
 Two Masterpieces of Buddhistic Painting in American Collections (Part I)
  Yashiro Yukio
 Supplementary Study of Avalokitesvara in Fujio-Kannon-do Hall, Nagano
  Maruo Shozaburo
 Scroll-Painting, Honen-Shonin Eden, Belonging to Zojoji Temple
  Uratsuji Kendo
 Explanation of the Plate: Yamantaka, Kyoogokoku-ji Temple, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Yamantaka, Toshodai-ji Temple, Nara
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Landscape with a Chinese Poet, by Ryosen, Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Report of the Institute
 Literary Text of Scroll-Painting, Honen-Shonin Eden, Belonging to Zojo-ji Temple
  Uratsuji Kendo
No. 60Dec., 1936
 Screen Painting, Juni-Ten, Belonging to To-ji Temple
  Watanabe Hajime
 Ototsudo Nakagai and His Etchings (Part II)
  Nishimura Tei
 Family Documents of Korin and Sketches Attributed to Him, Formerly in the Possession of Mr. Toji Konishi, Kyoto (IV)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Wild Goose and Reed, by Shugetsu, Collection of Mr. Zenjuro Watanabe, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Hideyoshi Toyotomi, Saikyo-ji Temple, Shiga
  Toyooka Masuto
 Explanation of the Plate: Landscape, by Sekiho Okano, Collection of Mr. Shuzo Komori, Mie
  Umezu jiro
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Report of the Institute
 Classified Index of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1936
No. 59Nov., 1936
 “Shoko Mandala” Painting of Horyu-ji Temple
  Ogino Minahiko
 Yuichi Takahashi and His Works
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Family Documents of Korin and Others Attributed to Him, Formerly in the Possession of Mr. Toji Konishi, Kyoto (III)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Maitreya Mandala, Reiun-ji Temple, Tokyo
  Toyooka Masuto
 Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Shian, Kigen-in Temple, Kanagawa
  Umezu jiro
 Explanation of the Plates: Flowers, by Hoitsu, Collection of Count Muneyoshi Tokugawa, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Book Review
  Toyooka Masuto
 Report of the Institute
No. 58Oct., 1936
 “Sixteen Lohans” in Yamato-e Style
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Supplementary Study of the Hokkedo Kompon Mandala in the Boston Museum
  Yashiro Yukio
 Ototsudo Nakagai and His Etchings (Part I)
  Nishimura Tei
 On the “Gomotsu-Onye Mokuroku” or the Catalogue of Chinese Paintings in the Collections of the Ashikaga Shoguns, Complied by Noami
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 Explanation of the Plate: A Screaming Butcher Bird on a Dead Branch, by Niten, Collection of Mr. Kinya Nagao, Tokyo
  Toyooka Masuto
 Explanation of the Plates: Fisherman in Landscape, by Hsu Tsu, Collection of Marquis Saburo Inoue, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 The “Honzon Mokuroku“ or the Catalogue of Treasures of Kofuku-ji Temple, Nara, Autografic MSS. Left by Jinson
  Kameta Tsutomu
No. 57Sep., 1936
 On a Group of Ancient Bronzes Said to Have Been Found at Lo-yang
  Umehara Sueji
 Japanese Sculptures with Inscriptions in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  Yashiro Yukio
 Family Documents of Ogata Korin and Sketches Attributed to Him, Formerly in the Possession of Mr. Toji Konishi, Kyoto (II)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of Varuna, Kyoo-Gokokuji Monastery, Kyoto
  Shirahata Yoshi
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Priest Honen, Jofukuji Monastery, Ibaraki-ken
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plates: Fishermen at Their Leisure, by Ikeno Taiga, in the Possession of Mr. Yohei Matsuyama, Osaka
  Umezu jiro
 Art News: Death of Dr. Wilhelm Solf
  Yamada Chisaburo
 Report of the Institute
 Classified Bibliography of Far Eastern Arts for the Year 1935
No. 56Aug., 1936
 A New Fragment of the Sung Copy of the Scroll Painting “Ladies of the Court” by Chou Wen-chu
  Yashiro Yukio
 Ritual Procedure of Carving a Buddhist Image in Ancient Japan (Part III)
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 Documents Regarding to the Family of Ogata-Korin, and Studies Attributed to Him, Formerly in the Possession of Mr. Toji Konishi, Kyoto (Part I)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: The Sakyamini Triad, Kenchoji Monastery, Kamakura
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: “Monkeys” by Hasegawa Tohaku, Ryusen-an Monastery, Kyoto
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plates: Wooden Figure of Maha Vairocana by Kaikei, Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Misumi Masahiro
 Art News
  Odakane Taro
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Report of the Institute
 Miscellaneous Letters of Japanese Artists (I)
  Mimura Seizaburo
No. 55Jul., 1936
 On the Scroll Painting, “Pictorial Biography of Shotoku Taishi” in the Joguji
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Ritual Procedure of Carving a Buddhist Image in Ancient Japan (Part II)
  Tani Shin-Ichi
 Explanation of the Plates: Miniature Shrine Decorated with Pictures Representing the Deities of the Hokke Sutra, Property of the Shoryo-in Monastery, Hyogo-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Landscape, Attributed to Shubun, in the Collection of Mr. Tomitaro Hara, Kanagawa-ken
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Monju Bosatsu Riding on a Lion, in the Yakuoji Monastery, Fukushima-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Report of the Institute
 “Shikkyu Hiroku” Notes on Lacquering Art by Takamori Kanko
  Nishimura Tei
 Ritual Procedure of Carving a Buddhist Image in Ancient Japan (Part I)
  Tani Shin-Ichi
No. 54Jun., 1936
 Shutoku, a Painter of the Ashikaga Period
  Tanaka Kisaku
 On a T’ang Terra-cotta Figure of Standing Woman in the Collection of Marquis Moritatsu Hosokawa
  Yashiro Yukio
 Letters of Kitayama-Kangan
  Umezu jiro
 Explanation of the Plate: Image of Buddha Maitreya, Yakuoji Monastery, Fukushima-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Kitayama-Kangan, Owned by Mr. Takahiko Tomoeda, Tokyo
  Umezu jiro
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of Acala and Eight Statues of “Hachidai Doji” in the Kongobuji Monastery, Wakayama-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Editor
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 Heian-Jimbutsushi, Address Book of Artists and Scholars in Kyoto Published in 1767 A. D.
  Editor
No. 53May, 1936
 On Pictures Representing the Image of Kujaku-myoo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Studies on Noami and His Art
  Uratsuji Kendo
 Explanation of the Plates: Ten Disciples of Tendai Sect, in the Ichijoji Monastery, Hyogo-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Avalokitesvara, Sealed “Shinno,” and Kanzan and Jittoku, Sealed “Shinso,” in the Collection of Marquis Chokun Asano, Hiroshima-ken
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plate: Demon under a Willow, by Soga-Shohaku, in the Possession of the School of Fine Arts, Tokyo
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Toyooka Masuto
 Book Review
  Umezu Jiro
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 Heian-Jimbutsushi, Address Book of Artists and Scholars in Kyoto Published in 1768 A. D.
  Editor
No. 52Apr., 1936
 On The Pictures Designated As “Kara-e” in the Muromachi Period
  Tani Shin-ichi
 A Bell with Five Pointed Vajra in Mr. Nagao's Collection
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Supplement to my “Studies on Painting by Kano Sanraku”
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Biographies of Old Luchuan Potters (Part III)
  Hika Choken
 Explanation of the Plates: “Hokke Mandara” Owned by the Kaijusenji Monastery, Kyoto-fu
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Misumi Masahiro
 Art News
  Editor
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Report of the Institute
 Record of Decoration of Hosokawa-Takakuni’s Mansion on the Occasion of Ashikaga-Yoshitada’s Visit, Originally Written by Soami
  Tani Shin-ichi
No. 51Mar., 1936
 On the Screens Decorated with Pictures in the Shape of a Fan
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Etchings by Aodo-Denzen (Part II)
  Nishimura Tei
 Biographical Studies of Ike Taiga (Part II)
  Mori Senzo
 Explanation of the Plates: Scroll-painting of “Taima Mandala Engi,” i. e., the Story of the So-called Taima-mandara in the Taimaji Monastery, in the Possession of the Komyoji Monastery, Kanagawa-ken
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of Maha-Vairocana, Owned by Mr. Kinta Muto, Hyogo-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review: The Twin Pagodas of Zayton, by G. Ecke and P. Demieville
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review: Japanese Screen Paintings, by R. T. Paine, Jr.
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review: An Illustrated History of Japanese Art, by H. Minamoto, Translated by H. G. Henderson
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting “Taima Mandara Engi”
  Umezu Jiro
No. 50Feb., 1936
 On The Small Wooden Niche Carved with Buddhist Images in the Possession of the Chimanji Monastery
  Watanabe Hajime
 Biographical Studies of Ike Taiga (Part I)
  Mori Senzo
 Biographies of Old Luchuan Potters (Part II)
  Hika Choken
 Explanation of the Plate: Scroll-painting “Tenguzoshi,” Owned by Mr. Kaichiro Nezu, Tokyo
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape of Dotei and Sekiheki,” by Ikeno-Taiga, Owned by Mr. Kokwan Konishi, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Toyooka Masuto
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting, “Tenguzoshi,” Printed from the Scroll in the Possession of Mr. Kaichiro Nezu
  Umezu Jiro
No. 49Jan., 1936
 Studies on the Picture Representing Amitabha Rising over Hills
  Toyooka Masuto
 On the Albums of “Juben Jugi” Painted by Taiga and Buson
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 On the Etchings by Aodo Denzen
  Nishimura Tei
 Biographies of Old Luchuan Potters (Part I)
  Hika Choken
 Explanation of the Plate: Plate of Kokutani Painted with Birds and Flowers, in the Collection of Mr. Matasaku Shiobara, Tokyo
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Melon and Bamboo Shoots, by Yogetsu, Property of the Hojuin Monastery, Wakayama
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Kei with Pattern of Peacock, in the Collection of Mr. Nagatake Asano, Tokyo
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Report of the Institute
 “Kundaiksachoki,” a MS. of “Kundaikansayuchoki” Printed from the MS. “Jitsugyoki” Belonging to Marquis Maeda
  Tani Shin-ichi
No. 48Dec., 1935
 The Beginning of Wall and Screen Painting of the Momoyama Period
  Tanaka Kisaku
 A Biographical Study of Kojo, A Japanese Buddhist-Sculptor of the Fujiwara Period
  Tani Shin-ichi
 On the Technique of the Embroidery Representing Sakyamuni Preaching, Belonging to the Kanshuji Temple
  Shirahata Yoshi
 Biographies of Old Luchuan Painters (Part II)
  Hika Choken
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of Buddha Sakyamuni, in the Jingoji Monastery, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Field Work, Attributed to Sesshu, in the Collection of Mr. Shintaro Ohashi, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Lady Hosokawa, the Wife of Hosokawa-Akimoto, in the Ryuamiji Temple, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Flowers and Birds, by Nakabayashi Chikuto, in the Zogein Temple, Kyoto
  Toyooka Masuto
 Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Uesugi Shigefusa, in the Meigetsuin Temple, Kanagawa-ken
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Report of the Institute
 Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu, 1935
No. 47Nov., 1935
 Studies on the “Jingoji-Shodo-Ki” (The Chronicle of the Buildings and Other Affairs of the Jingoji Monastery) Written in the 2nd Year of Karoku Era and the “Takaozan-Jingoji-Kimoshusho-no-Jojo,” the Later Documents Written in the Oei Era
  Mochizuki Shinjo
 Studies on the “Koyo-Tansho-Zu,” Sketches Made in the Izu and Sagami Provinces by Buncho
  Suganuma Teizo
 On the Technique of Decoration of the So-Called Heike Nokyo, the Scrolls of Buddhist Sutras Dedicated to the Itsukushima Shrine by Tairas
  Tanaka Shinbi
 Explanation of the Plates: “Heike Nokyo,” the Scrolls of Buddhist Sutras Dedicated to the Itsukushima Shrine, Hiroshima-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Taira-no-Shigemori, Attributed to Fujiwara Takanobu, Property of the Jingoji Monastery, Kyoto
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Swallows and Willow-tree,” “Wagtail and a Bamboo,” by Saian, in the Possession of Mr. Shuzo Komori, Mie-ken
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of Saint Nichiren, Property of the Honmonji Monastery, Tokyo
  Toyooka Masuto
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Report of the Institute
 “Jingoji-Shodo-Ki” (Printed from the MS. in the Possession of Jingoji Monastery)
  Mochizuki Shinjo
 “Takaozan-Jingoji-Kimoshusho-no-Jojo” (Printed from the MS. in the Possession of Jingoji Monastery)
  Mochizuki Shinjo
No. 46Oct., 1935
 Critical Studies on Chinese Paintings Imported into Japan in the Kamakura and Ashikaga Periods (on the Appreciation of Chinese Painting in the Japanese Middle Ages, Part II)
  Tani Shin-ichi
 On Books of Seals of Famous Chinese and Japanese Painter Published in the Tokugawa Period
  Tanaka Kisaku
 On the Scroll Painting “Ono Yukimi Goko Ekotoba” or “The Emperor Shirakawa's Visit to Ono for Enjoying Snowy Landscape”
  Umezu Jiro
 Supplement to the “Explanation of the Plate: ‘Tenjin in Sung,’ by Yogetsu, in the Property of Taizoin Monastery, Kyoto”
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Sixteen Arhats, by Chao Chu, in the Hokkekyoji Temple, Chiba-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: A Pair of Mandarin Ducks, by Okada Kanrin, in the Collection of Mr. Ichihei Murai, Mie-ken
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plate: Image of Achala, in the Shochiin Temple, Wakayama-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Receptacle of the Nosashogyoku, in the Chofukuji Temple, Nara-ken
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Editor
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Book Review
  Suganuma Teizo
 Book Review
  Toyooka Masuto
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Report of the Institute
 Wakan-Rekidai-Gashi-Meiin-Shazu, the Book of Seals of Famous Chinese and Japanese Painters, Published in 1647 A. D., Reproduced in Half Size
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 45Sep., 1935
 Studies on the Scroll-Painting “Haseo Zoshi”
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Some Signed Chinese Paintings of the Sung and Yuan Periods
  Watanabe Hajime
 Biographies of Old Luchuan Painters
  Hika Choken
 Explanation of the Plates: Series of Six Panels Representing 22 Japanese Deities, Yakushiji Temple, Nara
  Shirahata Yoshi
 Book Review
  Ishizawa Masao
 Book Review
  Editor
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting “Haseo-zoshi”
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by Kano-Hidenobu, Reprinted from the Original MS. in the Possession of Art Academy, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
No. 44Aug., 1935
 Studies on the Scroll-Painting, “Zegaibo Ekotoba”
  Mochizuki Shinjo
 Screen-Paintings of the “Chashitsu” in the Konchiin Monastery
  Suganuma Teizo
 Studies on the Newly Found Bell, Chung, Ornamented with Phoenix, P'an-Ch'ih and Other Animals
  Umehara Sueji
 Explanation of the plate: Dish of Kokutani Painted with Birds and Flowers, in the Possession of Mr. Matasaku Shiobara, Tokyo
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Chrysanthemums and Pig-weed, by Kumashiro-Yuhi, in the Possession of Mr. Jirobei Hasegawa, Mie-ken
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Eleven-faced Avalokitesvara, Property of the Sugimotodera Monastery, Kanagawa-ken
  Toyooka Masuto
 Art News
  Editor
 Book Review: Tombs of Old-Lo-yang, by William C. White
  Ishizawa Masao
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Editor
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting, “Zegaibo-Ekotoba,” Printed from the Original in the Possession of the Manjuin Monastery
  Umezu Jiro
 Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by the Name of Kano-Shushin, Reprinted from the MS. of Nasu-Eitan Belonging to the Art Academy, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
No. 43Jul., 1935
 Old Japanese Documents Concerning Mu-Chi's Paintings (On the Appreciation of Chinese Paintings in the Kamakura and Ashikaga Periods, Part I)
  Tani Shin-ichi
 Buddhist Images Hanging on the Walls of the Hoodo Temple (Part II)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Assemblage of Ancestors of Kusha Sect, Property of the Todaiji Monastery, Nara
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Image of Amitabha in the Hoodo Temple, Kyoto-fu
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: “Tenjin in Sung,” by Yogetsu, in the Property of Taizoin Monastery, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: A Sage Enjoying the Moon-light Night, by Okamoto Toyohiko, in the Possession of Mr. Minoru Otsuka, Tokyo
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plate: Priest Yunmen-Wenyen in Conversation and Priest Chinliang-Weni in Conversation, Owned by the Tenryuji Monastery, Kyoto.
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Report of the Institute
 Classified Bibliography of Eastern Art for the Year 1934
No. 42Jun., 1935
 Buddhist Images Hanging on the Walls of the Hoodo Temple
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Studies on Okano-Sekiho, One of Japanese Forerunners of the Nanga School
  Umezu Jiro
 Compilation of Old Documents Concerning the Hoodo Temple
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Star Mandala, Property of the Hojuji Monastery, Nara-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
 Report of the Institute
 Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by Kano Yasunobu
  Watanabe Hajime
 Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by Kano Takanobu
  Watanabe Hajime
No. 41May, 1935
 Scroll-Painting of “Ladies Preparing Newly Woven Silk,” Copied by the Emperor Hui Tsung after the Original by Chang Hsuan
  Yashiro Yukio
 Studies on the Paintings of “Bodhisattva Samantabahdra with Ten Female Attendants”
  Toyooka Masuto
 Study on the Guilds of the Buddhistic Painters at Nara of the Kamakura and Muromachi Periods
  Morisue Gisho
 Explanation of the Plate: Fragment from the Scroll of the Inga-kyo Sutra, Collection of Mr. Z. Yasuda, Tokyo
  Toyooka Masuto
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Butsuo Zenji, Property of the Unganji Temple, Tochigi-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Painting Representing Lin Tsi Planting a Pine-tree, by Yamada Doan, Tokyo Art Academy
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Painting of the Nachi Waterfall, by Taiga, Collection of Mr. G. Takata, Osaka
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Report of the Institute
 Butsu Bosatsu Mokuroku (Iwashimizu-Hachimangu Kiroku) or the Catalogue of Buddhist Images Preserved in the Iwashimizu-Hachimangu Shrine, Kyoto (Printed from the MSS. in the Possession of Mr. T. Tanaka, Kyoto)
  Tani Shin-ichi
No. 40Apr., 1935
 Studies on the Paintings by Kano Sanraku
  Tanaka Kisaku
 On the Painting Representing “An Anecdote of Hui-neng (the Sixth Inheritor of the Zen Sect),” Attributed to Tsu-weng
  Watanabe Hajime
 Study on the Guilds of the Buddhistic Painters at Nara of the Kamakura and Muromachi Periods
  Morisue Gisho
 Explanation of the Plates: MS. of Sutra with Painting on a Fan-shaped Sheet of Paper, Property of the Horyuji Temple, Nara-ken
  Toyooka Masuto
 Explanation of the Plates: “Narihira on the Way to the Eastern Province,” “Chrysanthemun” and “Peony” by Sakai Hoitsu, Formerly in the Collection of Marquis Hachisuka, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Bronze Statue of Eleven-headed Avalokitesvara, in the Property of Kanpukuji Temple, Chiba-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review: A Catalogue of Chinese Pottery and Porcelain in the Collection of Sir Percuval David, by R. L. Hobson
  Ishizawa Masao
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Book Review
  Toyooka Masuto
 Report of the Institute
 Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by the Painter Family Sumiyoshi, Part III, Reproduced from the Original MS. Belonging to the Art Academy, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 39Mar., 1935
 On the Buddhist Painter Guilds of the Kamakura and Ashikaga Periods
  Morisue Gisho
 On the Scroll-Painting Representing the Story of the Chigo-Kannon in the Ikedo Collection
  Watanabe Hajime
 Wall and Sliding-Screen Paintings in the Kanran-tei in Matsushima
  Suganuma Teizo
 Some Old Japanese Paintings in European Style Pretended as Signed “Nobukata”
  Nishimura Tei
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of the Goddess Nakatsuhime, One of Hachiman Triad, in the Yakushiji Temple, Nara-ken
  Shirahata Yoshi
 Explanation of the Plate: Cherry-Trees, by Yamamoto-Baiitsu, Formerly Belonged to Marquis Masauji Hachisuka, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Yamada Chisaburo
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting Representing the Story of the Chigo-Kannon
  Watanabe Hajime
 Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by the Painter Family Sumiyoshi, Part II, Reproduced from the Original MS. Belonging to the Art Academy, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 38Feb., 1935
 Ashikaga-Yoshimitsu and his Collection of Chinese Paintings
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 The Portrait of Princess Maeda-Kiku Hime in the Saikyoji Temple
  Irita Seizo
 On the Scroll-Painting of Obusuma-Saburo
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the plate: Four Seasons, by Kaisen, Chikudo, Shunkin and Baiitsu respectively, Formerly Belonged to Marquis Masauji Hachisuka, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Nishimura Tei
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Toyooka Masuto
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting of Obusuma-Saburo in the Collection of Marquis Chokun Asano, Hiroshima-ken
  Umezu Jiro
 Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by the Painter Family Sumiyoshi, Part I, Reproduced from the Original MS. Belonging to the Art Academy, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 37Jan., 1935
 On the Hokkedo Kompon Mandala in the Boston Museum
  Yashiro Yukio
 On the Bronze Statue of Bhesajaguru in the Ryukakuji Temple
  Katori Hotsuma
 Explanation of the Plates: Two Fragments of Painted Panelling in the Pagoda in the Daigoji Monastery, Kyoto, in the Collection of the Art Academy, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Priest Gyokuin Eiyo, in the Meigetsuin Temple, Kanagawa-ken
  Toyooka Masuto
 Explanation of the Plates: Flower Feast, by Kano-Naganobu, in the Collection of Mr. Kunizo Hara, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of Vimalakirti, by Ogata-Korin, in the Collection of Mr. Junji Hosaka, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Art News: Death of Dr. Berthold Laufer
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Report of the Institute
 Essays on Painting by Kano-Yasunobu, Reprinted from its Copy in the Possession of Mr. Tadanobu Kano
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 36Dec., 1934
 On the “Rakuchu-Rakugai-zu,” Paintings Representing Numerous Places in and near Kyoto
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Biographical Notes on Maruyama-Okyo
  Mori Senzo
 On Sliding-screen Paintings by Rosetsu in the Shoju-ji Temple
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Priest Amoghavajra, in the Kozan-ji Temple, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Nakagawa Sensaku, Toyooka Masuto
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Yamada Chisaburo
 Report of the Institute
 Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu, 1934
No. 35nov., 1934
 Studies on the Portrait of Jion-Daishi, a Chinese Buddhist Priest of the 7th Century
  Aoyama Shin
 On Scroll-paintings Representing the Story of “Nakifudo”
  Watanabe Hajime
 On the Sohokaku Shogaki (Notes on Paintings and Calligraphies in the Sohokaku Collection and Its Author Asano-Baido
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: A Pair of Fowl and Nestlings, by Soga-Chokuan, in the Ringe-in Temple, Kyoto
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Text of the Scroll-painting Called “Fudo-Riyaku-engi” i. e., Story of a Responsive Image of Acala in Mr. Ohara’s Collection
  Watanabe Hajime
 The Sohokaku-Shogaki (Notes on Paintings and Calligraphies in the Sohokaku Collection), Part I
  Wakimoto Sokuro
No. 34Oct., 1934
 On Japanese Buddhist Sculptors of the Olden Time and Their Activities
  Tani Shin-ichi
 On the “Arabori” i. e., Roughly Carved Sculpture
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Sketches by Kita-Busei after Old Masterpieces of Painting
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of the Bhesayaguru Triad, in the Hojo-bo Temple, Kanagawa-ken
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plates: Image of Yamantaka, in the Danzan-jinja Shrine, Nara-ken
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: A Heron and Ravens, by Unkoku-Toyo, in the Enkaku-ji Temple, Kanagawa-ken
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Three Scrolls of Sketches from Life by Maruyama-Okyo, in the Collection of Mr. Sozaemon Nishimura, Kyoto
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 The Inventory of Effects of the Shari-den in the Horyu-ji Monastery, Verified in 1550, 1591, and 1652 A. D. and the Inventory of Buddhist Images and Other Effects of the Goma-do in the Horyu-ji Monastery, Reprinted from the MSS. Recently Discovered in the Horyu-ji Monastery, Nara-ken
  Ogino Minahiko
No. 33Sep., 1934
 A Chinese Gilt Bronze Sculpture Representing Sakyamuni and Prabhutaratna Dated 489 A. D.
  Yashiro Yukio
 An Illustrated Scroll of the Tch’ouan-fa-tcheng-tsong-ting-tsou-t’ou in the Kanchi-in Temple, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Maruyama-Okyo-den, Biography of Maruyama-Okyo, Reprinted from the MSS. Originally Written by Hosui Okamura
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of the Plates: Wooden Statue of Priest Mangan, in the Hakone-Jinja Temple, Kanagawa-ken
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Senchu-yugen-Kannon,” Avalokitesvara as Appeared to Kukai on His Homeward Voyage, in the Ryuko-in Temple, Wakayama-ken
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plates: Scroll-painting “Honen-shonin-eden,” i. e. Life of Priest Honen in the Collection of Baron Ino Dan, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: Sketches for the Scroll-painting “Seven Hardships of the Life” by Maruyama-Okyo, the Property of the Enman-in Temple, Shiga-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting “Honen-shonin-eden,” i. e. Life of Priest Honen in the Collection of Baron Ino Dan, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Letters of Nakayama-Koyo, Selected from the MSS. of His Biography by Nojima-Baioku
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 32Aug., 1934
 A Biographical Study of Nakayama-Koyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 On the “Arabori” (i. e. Roughly Carved) Sculpture of the Fujiwara Period
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: “An Angler in the Winter Solitude,” Attributed to Ma Yuan, the Property of the Mitsui Gomei Kaisha, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plates: The “Gohimitsu” Mandala, an Assemblage of Five Buddhist Deities, in the Collection of Mr. Kinta Muto, Hyogo-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Sakyamuni Seated, Bodhisattva Seated in Lalitasana and Two Avalokitesvaras, in the Kanshin-ji Temple, Osaka-fu
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 Kanwagashi-shu, a Manual of Chinese and Japanese Painters with Critical Notes, Printed from the MSS., by an Unknown Author of the 17th Century in the Collection of Mr. Wakimoto, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Hanabusa-Iccho-ki, Anecdotes of Hanabusa-Iccho, Printed from the MSS., Written in c. 1830 by Makino-Seichaku, the Property of Mr. Tanaka, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 31Jul., 1934
 On a Chinese Bronze Group of Amitabha and His Attendants from the Sui Period in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  Yashiro Yukio
 Uragami-Gyokudo, Some Biographical and Critical Notes
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: Image of Bodhisattva Ksiti-garbha, in Count Yanagiwara’s Collection, Toyama-ken
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Art News
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Nishimura Tei
 Report of the Institute
 Special Supplement: Classified Bibliography of Far Eastern Arts for the Year 1933
No. 30Jun., 1934
 On the Iconography of “Rokujison”
  Tanaka Kisaku
 A Biographical Study of Ensei-hoin, a Japanese Buddhist-sculptor of the 12th Century
  Tani Shin-ichi
 Explanation of the Plate: “Bamboo with Insects” in the Collection of Mr. Kazukiyo Hatakeyama, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Ashikaga-Mitsuakira, in the Yotoku-in Temple, Kyoto
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plates: Landscape by Buncho, Paintings on Sliding-screens in the Honko-ji Temple, Shizuoka-ken
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanation of the Plate: Kazari-Chatsubo (Teajar) with Wisteria Design, Earthware by Ninsei, in the collection of Mr. Kin’ya Nagao, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Book Review
  Nishimura Tei
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Nishimura Tei
 Report of the Institute
 “Namuamidabutsu-Sakuzenshu” a List of Buddhistic Temples and Images Erected by Priest Chogen, Printed from the MSS. Belonging to the Institute of Historical Research (Shiryo-hensanjo), Tokyo
  Tazawa Yutaka
No. 29May, 1934
 Three T’ang Sculptures from American Collections
  Yashiro Yukio
 Studies on the Scroll-painting “Shinmeisho-e Uta-awase”
  Umezu Jiro
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Scroll-painting “Shinmeisho-e Uta-awase” (Printed from the Scroll in the Chokokan Museum, Mie-ken)
  Umezu Jiro
No. 28Mar., 1934
 Influence of Korean Painting on Japanese Ink-painting
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 “Kao Jan-hui” and “Zenami, a Landscape-architect of the Ashikaga Period and His Seal of Ownership” Addendum
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Paintings in the Hokekyo Sutra in Mr. Muto’s Collection, Hyogo-ken
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Paintings by Miyagawa Choshun
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plates: The “Sonkai Tokainikki” Screen and “Eight Views of the Hsiao and Hsiang Rivers” on the Back of the Sonkai Tokai Nikki Screen in the Daigan-ji Temple, Hiroshima-ken
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Aoki Shukuya, and “Cherry-blossoms” by Mikuma Katen, in Baron Konoike’s Collection, Osaka
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Book Review: A History of Early Chinese Painting, by Osvald Siren
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Atarashi Kikuo
 Book Review
  Sugita Masujiro
 Report of the Institute
 Sogen Gamei Roku: “Manual of Chinese Painters in the Sung and Yuan Periods,” Printed from the MS. Probably by Asano Baido in Mr. Wakimoto’s Collection
  Wakimoto Sokuro
No. 27Mar., 1934
 The Picture-Scroll “Tohokuin Shokunin Uta-awase” or “Pictures of Different Professions” in the Manshuin Temple, Kyoto
  Ogino Minahiko
 Some Recentry-discovered “Ch’in Mirrors”
  Umehara Sueji
 Three Hitherto Unpublished MSS. of Commentaries on Japanese Painters by Arai Hakuseki
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plates: “Sketches of Poppies,” a Picture-Scroll by Hirafuku Hyakusui, in the Collection of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plates: A Statue of Yakushi Nyorai, in the Sorinji Temple, Kyoto
  Maruo Shozaburo
 Book Review
  Yashiro Yukio
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Report of the Institute
 “Honcho Eshi” or “Japanese Painters” and “Gaka Keizu” or “Family and Artistic Lineage of Japanese Painters” Both Newly Printed from Arai Hakuseki’s Autographical MSS. in the Imperial Household Library, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 26Mar., 1934
 Apsaras and Other Bas-reliefs from T’ien-lung-shan in Mr. Winthrop’s Collection, New York
  Yashiro Yukio
 A Chinese Bronze Bell of the Liao Dynasty
  Sekino Tadashi
 Zenami, a Landscape-architect of the Ashikaga Period and His Seal of Ownership
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plates: “Portrait of Sogi,” in Count Nanbu’s Collection, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Shirahata Yoshi
 Book Review
  Suganuma Teizo
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Report of the Institute
 “Gako Binran” or “Manual of Japanese Painters,” Printed from Arai Hakuseki’s Autographic Manuscripts in the Imperial Household Library, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 25Jan., 1934
 A Sung Copy of the Scroll “Ladies of the Court” by Chou Wen-chu
  Yashiro Yukio
 Lacquered Toilet-cases of the Han Dynasty Found in China
  Umehara Sueji
 A Statue of Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara in the Fujio-Kannondo Temple, Nagano-ken
  Maruo Shozaburo
 An Album of the “Rites and Ceremonies of the Year”
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: “Pine Trees” by Hasegawa Tohaku, in Viscount Fukuoka’s Collection, Tokyo
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plates: “The Gods of Wind and Thunder” by Ogata Korin in Count Tokugawa’s Collection, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Report of the Institute
 “Zue Hokan Kinyu Yasunobu Kantei Ikkagenshu” or “Commentaries of the T’u-hui-pao-chien by Kano Yasunobu” (Printed from Yasunobu’s Autographic Manuscripts)
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 24Dec., 1933
 A Study on the Picture Scroll “Nayotake Monogatari”
  Suganuma Teizo
 “A Monk Narrating the Romance of Lady Kogo” by Kuroda Seiki
  Sugita Masujiro
 “Portrait of Desiderius Erasmus,” a Dutch Sculpture of 1598 A. D. in the Ryuko-in Temple, Tochigi-ken
  Aoyama Shin
 “Butsunichi-an Kumotsu Mokuroku” or “Catalogue of Art Objects in the Butsunichi-an of Engakuji Monastery”
 Explanation of the Plates: “Akasagarbha,” in the Engakuji Temple, Kamakura
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: “Two Chinese Sages Hsu-you and Ch’ao-fu” by Eitoku in Mr. Ogura’s Collection, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: Gilt Bronze Statuette of Eleven-faced Avalokitesvara in Baron Morimura’s Collection, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Book Review
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Picture Scroll “Nayotake Monogatari”
  Suganuma Teizo
 Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu, 1933
No. 23Nov., 1933
 Studies on the Picture Scrolls “Murasaki-shikibu Nikki” or “Diary of Lady Murasaki-shikibu”
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Studies on Stotatsu (Concluded)
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Two Letters of Okyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Picture Scrolls “Murasaki-shikibu Nikki”
  Masaki Tokuzo
No. 22Oct., 1933
 Wall and Screen Paintings by Maruyama Okyo in the Kotohira Shrine, Kagawa-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Studies on the Seal “Zakka-shitsu,” a Mark of Ownership Probably of Ashikaga Yoshimasa
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 “‘Landscape’ Attributed to Hsia Kuei in Marquis Asano’s Collection” Addendum
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Chisho Daishi, in the Konsoji Temple, Kagawa-ken
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: “Sparrows on a Withered Tree” Attributed to Mu C’hi in Mr. Nezu’s Collection, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: A Marble Statuette of a Woman Playing Genkan of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Report of the Institute
 Kazan Sensei Manroku; Diary of Watanabe Kazan about the Year 1816 (Printed from his Autograph)
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 21Oct., 1933
 The Scroll of Kibi’s Adventure in China
  Yashiro Yukio
 “Landscape” Attributed to Hsia Kuei in Marquis Asano’s Collection
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Maruyama Ruisei Inpu, an Album of Seals Used by the Painters of Maruyama School
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: “Birds Sleeping on a Plum-tree” by Chikuden, formerly in Mr. Matsumoto’s Collection, Osaka
  Tanaka Toyozo
 Art News
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Suganuma Teizo
 Book Review
  Suganuma Teizo
 Report of the Institute
 Text of “The Scroll of Kibi’s Adventure in China”
No. 20Sep., 1933
 A Study on the Painting “Ninno-gyo Mandara”
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Studies on Sotatsu
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Report of the Institute
 Kundaikan Sayu Choki (in the Tohoku Imperial University Library): Comments on the Art Objects in Ashikaga Yoshimasa’s Collection by Soami
  Wakimoto Sokuro
No. 19Aug., 1933
 “Commentaries on Painting” by Shin-shukushu
  Inaba Iwakichi
 A Stylistic Study of the Buddhistic Images of Ten-nin (Aspara) of the Northern Wei Period (China) Especially at Yun-kang and Lung-men
  Oguchi Masao
 A Stone Stupa of the Silla Dynasty in the Bukkokuji Temple, Korea
  Sekino Tadashi
 Explanation of the Plates: Statue of Fugenbosatsu (Samantabhadra) in the Okura Shukokan Museum, Tokyo
  Aoyama Shin
 Explanation of the Plates: “Feng-kan, Han-shan, Shih-t’e and Tiger” by Mokuan, in Marquis Maeda’s Collection
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Mountain in Snow” by Senka, in Mr. Yamada’s Collection, Toyama-ken
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plate: “River-side Village in Rain” by Gyokudo, Formerly in Mr. Matsumoto’s Collection, Osaka
  Ozaki Natsuhiko
 Explanation of the Plate: “Gilt-bronze Flower Tray” in the Shinshoji Temple, Shiga-ken
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Report of the Institute
 Classified Bibliography of Oriental Arts for the Year 1932
No. 18Jun., 1933
 Portrait Paintings by Watanabe Kazan
  Suganuma Teizo
 A Picture Scroll “Juni-innen Emaki” in Mr. Nezu’s Collection, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 A Bronze Dagger with a Sheath in Marquis Hosokawa’s Collection, Tokyo
  Umehara Sueji
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” in the Shokokuji Temple, Kyoto
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Yun Nan-tien in Mr. Hashimoto’s Collection, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanation of the Plate: Two Pitchers from the Banko Kiln in Baron Furukawa’s Collection, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Ozaki Natushiko
 Art News
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Picture Scroll “Juni-innen Emaki”
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 17May, 1933
 Bricks with Ornamental Patterns in Relief of Silla Dynasty, Chosen
  Hamada Kosaku
 Okada Tamechika and His Paintings on the Sliding-screens in the Daijuji, Aichi-ken
  Masaki Tokuzo
 A Technique of Casting Buddhist Images in the Kamakura Period
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 A Survey of Mutilated Buddhist Images Found in the Yakushiji Temple, Nara
  Kobayashi Tsuyoshi
 Explanation of the Plate: “Aizen-Mandara” in the Zuishin-in, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Bukkan Zenji in the Engakuji, Kamakura
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plate: “A Monkey” Attributed to Mao Sung, in the Manshuin, Kyoto
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
 Art News
 Report of the Institute
No. 16Apr., 1933
 On the Archaic Type of the Buddhist Temples in China
  Tanaka Toyozo
 A Fragment of a Mirror Incised with Figures of Kongo-doji and Attendants and with the Date of the Third Year of Choho (1001)
  Torii Ryuzo
 On the “Gakofuryaku” or “Family and Artistic Lineage of Painters”
  Tanaka Kisaku
 “Buncho’s Sketches from Old Paintings” in Mr. Yamada’s Collection
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Amitabha and Bodhisattvas Coming from Heaven to Welcome the Faithful” in the Chion-in Temple, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Illustrated MS. of Sutra on Fan-shaped Paper in the Saikyoji Temple, Shiga-ken
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Heron” by Tan-an in the Tokyo Imperial Museum Collection
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Ko Cheng-ch’i in Mr. Matsuoka’s Collection, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plates: “Festival of the Sanno Shrine” in the Horinji Temple, Kyoto
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review: Portfolio of Chinese Paintings in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Han to Sung Periods
 Report of the Institute
No. 15Mar., 1933
 Buddhist Sculpture of Hadda: Translation from “L’oeuvre de la Delegation Archeologique Francaise en Afghanistan (1922-1932)”
  Joseph Hackin
 Bonpo, a Biographical Study
  Kumagai Nobuo
 On Buson
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: A Head of Bodhisattva of Northern Wei from Temple Shih-k’u-ssu, Kung-hsien, in Mr. Nishiyama’s Collection, Tokyo
  Odaka Sennosuke
 Explanation of the Plate: Bodhisattva Akasagarbha in Baron Dan’s Collection, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanation of the Plate: Boddhidharma by an Anonymous Painter, Pu-tai and Feng-kan by Li Chueh, a Triptych in the Myoshinji Temple, Kyoto
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanation of the Plate: “A Hermit Riding to See Plum Blossoms” by Gensai in the Chosen Government Museum, Keijo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Book Review: Arthur Waley, A Catalogue of Paintings Recovered from Tun-Huang by Sir Aurel Stein
  Odaka Sennosuke
 Book Review: E. A. Voretzsch, Chinesische Gemalde
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 The Architecture of the F’en-kuo Temple in Manchukuo
  Sekino Tadashi
No. 14Feb., 1933
 A Statue of the Deva Vaisramana in Mr. Hashimoto’s Collection
  Maruo Shozaburo
 A Study of the Haboku-Style in the Oriental Painting
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: A Votive Stele with Figures of Seven Buddhas of Eastern Wei, Formerly in Mr. Yamanaka’s Collection, Osaka
  Odaka Sennosuke
 Explanation of the Plate: A Picture Scroll “Legends of Katsurakake-Jizo” in the Rokuharamitsuji Temple, Kyoto
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanation of the Plate: “Tan-hsia Burning an Image of Buddha” by Yin-t’o-lo in Marquis Kuroda’s Collection, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Sesshu, in the Tokyo Imperial Museum
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Plum-Trees” by Korin in Count Tsugaru’s Collection, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Sketches of Insects” by Okyo in the Tokyo Imperial Museum
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Odaka Sennosuke, Sugita Masujiro
 Art News: Death of Salmon Reinach
  Sugita Masujiro
 Book Review
  Odaka Sennosuke
 Book Review
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Report of the Institute
 Text of the Picture Scroll “Miracle of Hoyake-Amida” in the Kosokuji Temple, Kamakura
  Kumagai Nobuo
No. 13Jan., 1933
 An Inlaid Bronze Mirror in Marquis Hosokawa’s Collection
  Umehara Sueji
 Kao Jan-hui
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Statues of Amitabha Trinity and the Picture Scroll “The Miracle of Hoyake Amida” in the Kosokuji Temple, Kamakura
  Kumagai Nobuo
 A Carved Lacquer Tray in the Engakuji Temple, Kamakura
  Masaki Naohiko
 Explanation of the Plate: “A Cock” by Lo-ch’uang” in Marquis Asano’s Collection, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Kimura-Tangen in Count Watanabe’s Collection, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Ozaki Natsuhiko
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Odaka Sennosuke
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Book Review
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
No. 12Dec., 1932
 Clay Sculpture and Its Development
  Noma Seiroku
 Peculiar Seals on the Early Ukiyoe Paintings in Mr. Nezu’s Collection, Tokyo
  Ogino Minahiko
 “Hibo-Kannon” by Kano Hogai
  Ozaki Natsuhiko
 Araki-Jogen and Wakasugi-Isohachi
  Nishimura Tei
 On the Loan Exhibition of Paintings of the Nagasaki School
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: Gilt Bronze Statuette of Bodhisattva in the Collection of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: “Butsugen-Butsumo” in the Kozanji Temple, Kyoto
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Book Review
  Sugita Masujiro
 Book Review
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Report of the Institute
 Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu, 1932
No. 11Nov., 1932
 A Study on the Transmission of the Statues of the “Ten Disciples” and the “Eight Guards of Buddha,” Now in the Kofukuji Temple
  Kobayashi Tsuyoshi
 Statues of Senjukannon (Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) in the Renge-o-in
  Maruo Shozaburo
 A Canopy in the Kyoogokokuji Temple
  Mochizuki Shinjo
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: Statues of Subhuti and Asura in the Kofukuji Temple, Nara
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Young Sparrows” Attributed to Hsu Ch’ung-ssu in Marquis Asano’s Collection, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: “Enjoying the Evening Cool” by Kuzumi Morikage in Count Makino’s Collection, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Portrait of Okakura Tenshin” by Shimomura Kanzan in the Collection of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
  Ozaki Natsuhiko
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Art News
  Sugita Masujiro
 Art News
  Sugita Masujiro
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 Daibusshi Keizu or Lineage of Buddhist Sculptors in Japan (Printed from an Old MS.)
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 10Oct., 1932
 A Study on the Life of Lang Shih-ning (Gioseppe Castiglione)
  Ishida Mikinosuke
 On the Portrait of Rankei Doryu
  Kumagai Nobuo
 “Scenes from the Genji Monogatari,” a Pair of Folding Screens by Sotatsu
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Suganuma Teizo
 Letter: On Screen-painting in the Myoren-ji Temple, Kyoto
  Tsuchida Kyoson
 Report of the Institute
No. 9Sep., 1932
 On the Loan Exhibition of Modern European Paintings
  Yashiro Yukio
 A Few Thoughts on the Exhibition
  Kojima Kikuo
No. 8Aug., 1932
 The Tu-yueh-szu Temple in Chi Hsien, China: The Oldest Wooden Architecture and the Largest Clay Statue, Exiting in China
  Sekino Tadashi
 “Banana-tree under the Nightly Rain,” an Anonymous Fifteenth Century Painting
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Screen-painting in the Myoren-ji Temple, Kyoto
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: Sketches of Villa Toyama by Buncho in Mr. Yamada’s Collection, Tokyo
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: Tan’yu’s Sketches of Flowers in the Tokyo Imperial Museum Collection
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: Statue of Shotoku Taishi in the Zenju-ji Temple, Ibaraki
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Ozaki Natsuhiko
 Art News
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Art News
  Sugita Masujiro
 Art News
  Sugita Masujiro
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review: Mohenjo-daro and the Indus Civilization, Edited by Sir John Marshall
  Aoyama Shin
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
No. 7Jul., 1932
 “Arhats” in the Collection of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 “Legends from the Life of Shotoku-Taishi” in Mr. Kawai’s Collection
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: Wall-painting of the Genre Subject in the Enman-in Temple, Shiga
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Fruits” by Yun Nan-t’ien in Mr. Hashimoto’s Collection, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Art News
  Sugita Masujiro
 Art News
  Ozaki Natsuhiko
 Art News
  Sugita Masujiro
 Art News
  Atarashi Kikuo
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Book Review: Sharaku von Friz Rumpf
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Ozaki Natsuhiko
 Report of the Institute
 Classified Bibliography of Oriental Arts for the Year 1931
No. 6Jun., 1932
 Sketch-books of Seiki Kuroda
  Wada Eisaku
 Statues of Kichijoten in the Joruriji and the Seiunji Temples
  Maruo Shozaburo
 Picture Scrolls Gugan-Bon of “The Legends from the Life of Honen”
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: Statue of Kichijoten in the Joruriji Temple, Kyoto
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: Statue of Amitabha in Mr. Yatsuhashi's Collection, Tokyo
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: Bronze Tube Inlaid with Gold in the Tokyo Fine Art School Collection
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News: Death of Georg Gottfried Dehio
  Sugita Masujiro
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Art News
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Sugita Masujiro
 Report of the Institute
No. 5May, 1932
 A Picture Scroll “Legends from the Lives of the Five Founders of the Jodo-Sect”
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Researches on “The Apparition of Maitreya to the Faithful” in Japanese Painting
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Pine Tree” by Kaiho Yusho in the Zenkyo-an Temple, Kyoto
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Loquat” by Kai Ch'i in Mr. Takezoe’s Collection, Tokyo
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Atarashi Kikuo
 Art News
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Book Review
  Kinoshita Tatsuya
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin
 Book Review
  Aoyama Shin, Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review: Uber die Stilentwicklung der chinesischen Grabfiguren, von Osvald Siren
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
 “Gako-furyaku” (Family and Artistic Lineage of Painters) Newly Printed from an Old MS.
  Tanaka Kisaku
No. 4Apr., 1932
 Antique Documents and Antiquarian albums in the Reitokaku Collection
  Masaki Naohiko
 A Fragment of the Bunkanshirin MS. in the Reitokaku Collection
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Paintings with Poetical Inscriptions during the Oei Years (1394-1427)
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Tannyu's Sketches from Old Paintings
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: “Departure of a Japanese Monk”
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: A Version of the Taima-Mandala in Mrs. Yoshida’s Collection, Hyogo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: An Octangular Mirror Incised with a Figure of Zaogongen in the Tokyo Fine Art School Collection
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Sugita Masujiro
 Art News
  Sugita Masujiro
 Art News
  Nakane Katsu
 Book Review
  Suganuma Teizo
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Report of the Institute
No. 3Mar., 1932
 Sculptures of Tak-i-Bustan in Persia (Continued)
  Aoyama Shin
 One Thousand Statues of Senju-Kannon in the Renge-o-in
  Maruo Shozaburo
 “Flowers and Birds,” a Pair of Six Folded Screens Attributed to Sesshu
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Tenryudojin, a Painter of Vine, from Shinshu
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: “T’ung-shan Wading a Brook” Attributed to Ma Yuan in Mr. Tanaka’s Collection, Tokyo
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Art News
  Yashiro Yukio
 Art News: On the Exhibition of Japanese Painting in Berlin
  Wilhelm Solf
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review
  Suganuma Teizo
 Book Review
  Watanabe Hajime
 Report of the Institute
No. 2Feb., 1932
 On Making a Collection of Copies and Replicas of Masterpieces
  Yashiro Yukio
 Wall and Screen Paintings in the Dai-an-ji
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Statues of Bodhisattva by Tankei in the Rebge-o-in
  Maruo Shozaburo
 “Portrait of a Boy” by Ikkyu
  Kuroda Genji
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Portrait of Myonen” in Mr. Wakimoto’s Collection, Tokyo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Maki and Hinoki Trees,” a Six Folded Screen by Sotatsu in Mr. Yamakawa’s Collection, Kanazawa
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “A Man under a Pine-tree” by Li Shih-cho in Mr. Takezoe’s Collection, Kanagawa
  Wakimoto Sokuro
 Art News
  Watanabe Hajime
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Art News
  Aoyama Shin
 Art News
  Suganuma Teizo
 Art News
  Masaki Tokuzo
 Book Review: The Ryerson Collection of Japanese and Chinese Illustrated Books, by Kenji Toda
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Book Review
  Suganuma Teizo
 Book Review
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Report of the Institute
No. 1Jan., 1932
 The Establishment of the Institute of Art Research
  Yashiro Yukio
 Sculptures of Tak-i-Bustan in Persia
  Aoyama Shin
 News Abroad
  Yashiro Yukio
 News Abroad
  Sugita Masujiro
 News Abroad: Death of Charles Ricketts, R. A.
  Yashiro Yukio
 Explanatory Note of the Plates: “Portrait of Ri Seiken” by Chen Chien-ju in the Yi Royal Family Museum, Keijo
  Watanabe Hajime
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: “A Horse (a Votive-tablet)” by Kano Shuri (Sanraku) in the Myohoin Temple, Kyoto
  Suganuma Teizo
 Explanatory Note of the Plate: "A Beautiful Woman" by Miyagawa Choshun in Mr. Odaka’s Collection, Tokyo
  Tanaka Kisaku
 Report of the Institute
 The “Tohaku Gasetsu” or “Talks on Art” by Hasegawa Tohaku (Newly Reprinted from Old MSS)

Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu
Nos. 400-
Nos. 300-399
Nos. 200-299
Nos. 100-199

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