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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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Contents
No.1~No.99 No.100~No.199 No.200~No.299 No.300~No.399 No.400~

No. 199 Dec., 1958
Kuno Takeshi On Buddhist Statues with “Flat Board” Haloes
Yamasaki Kazuo Related Article: The Pigments Used in Painting on the Halo for One of the Attendants to Bhaisajya-guru, Ryosen-ji, Nara
Ikawa Kazuko The Statue of Ekadasamukha Dated the Year Enkyu 1
  Report of the Institute
No. 198 Sep., 1958
Tanaka Ichimatsu The Screen-painting “Landscapes of the Four Seasons” by Sesson
Matsubara Saburo A Typical Example of Buddhist Bronze of Hopei Style in the Cheng-Kuang Period, Northern Wei: The Maitreya Dated the Year Cheng-Kuang 5 in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
  Report of the Institute
  General List of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1957
No. 197 Mar., 1958
Fukuyama Toshio The Rehearsal Scenes of Kasuga Festival in the Nenju-gyoji E-maki
Tamura Etsuko A Study on Letters by Fujiwara Shunzei
Yoshizawa Chu Explanation of Plates: Screen-paintings “Flower-viewing at Shen-hsiang” and “Autumn in Maple Wood” (by Ikeno Taiga, Coll. Mr. Iwase Tokusaburo, Tokyo)
  Report of the Institute
No. 196 Mar., 1958
Takata Osamu The Wall-paintings Adorning the Interior of the Five-storied Pagoda, Daigo-ji Monastery, Kyoto: A Preliminary Report of their Researches Carried out During 1956-’57
Yamasaki Kazuo App. A. The Pigments Used in the Wall-paintings, Daigo-ji Monastery
Ito Takuji App. B. The Scribblings in Kata-Kana and Hira-Gana Letters Found on Several Spots of the Ceiling Boards
Takata Osamu, Yanagisawa Taka Iconographical Researches on the Wall-paintings of the Five-storied Pagoda, Daigo-ji Monastery, Kyoto: Identification of Those painted Figures of the Buddhist Pantheon from the Ryokai Mandara
Akiyama Terukazu Technical and Stylistic Characteristics of Wall-paintings in the Five-storied Pagoda, Daigo-ji Monastery
No. 195 Mar., 1958
Ito Takuji The Korenori-shu in the Seikado Collection (2 fis.)
Seki Chiyo Uemura Shoen and Her Paintings
Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Sesshu Toyo by Tokuriki Zensethu (Coll. Mr. Yasuda Yukihiko, Kanagawa) and Unkoku Toeki (Coll. Joei-ji, Yamaguchi)
  Report of the Institute
No. 194 Dec., 1957
Mori Teijiro Wall-painting in the tomb at Takehara, Wakamiya-machi, Kurate-gun, Fukuoka-ken
Naito Masatsune Roof Tiles with Fun Drawings in the Nara Period
Kumagai Nobuo A Terra-cotta Figure of Jivajivaka from East Turkistan
  Report of the Institute
No. 193 Nov., 1957
Ito Takuji The Korenori-shu in the Seikado Collection (1)
Shirahata Yoshi The Decoration of the Paper Base of the Sanjurokunin Kashu, Honganji Version: With Special Reference to the Under-drawings
Shirahata Yoshi Explanation of the Plates: Shigeyuki-shu, Motozane-shu and Yoshinobu-shu, in Sanjurokunin Kashu, Honganji Version, Coll. Jongan-ji, Kyoto
No. 192 Aug., 1957
Yashiro Yukio The Hokkedo Kompon Mandara
Kumamoto Kenjiro Western-style Painting in Japan during the Middle Part of the Meiji Period (II)
Yamasaki Kazuo Explanation of the Plates: On the Infra-red Photographs of the Hokkedo Kompon Mandara (Coll. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, U. S. A.)
&Kuno Takeshi Explanation of the Plates: The Statue of Sho Kannon in the Jokyo-ji (Shiga)
  General List of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1956
No. 191 Mar., 1957
Kumagai Nobuo A Painted Casket from Kucha, East Turkistan
Akiyama Terukazu The Three Wooden Caskets from Subashi in the Kucha Region, Brought Back by the Pelliot Mission
  Report of the Institute
No. 190 Mar., 1957
Tanaka Ichimatsu Portraits of Ono-no-Tofu
Ikawa Kazuko The Statue of Bato Kannon in the Kanzeon-ji
Nakamura Denzaburo An Outline History of the Nippon Chokoku-kai: Okakura Tenshin and Modern Japanese Sculpture
  Report of the Institute
No. 189 Mar., 1957
Takata Osamu Researches on the So-called “Shingon-in Mandala,” an Old Ryokai Mandala of the Small Size, Owned by the Toji Monastery, Kyoto
Ueno Aki The Painting of “Beauties in Foreign Dress” from Central Asia
Nakagawa Sensaku Miyagawa Kozan and Japanese Ceramics of the Meiji Period
No. 188 Mar., 1957
Kawakami Kei On the Wei Chin Sheng Liu Hua Tsan by Ku K'ai-chih
Kumamoto Kenjiro Western-style Painting in Japan during the Middle Part of the Meiji Period
Yamane Yuzo Explanation of the Plates: “Flowers and Birds of the Four Seasons,” A Screen-painting by Ogata Kenzan (Coll. of Mr. Kawabata Yasunari, Kanagawa)
  Report of the Institute
No. 187 Mar., 1957
Akiyama Terukazu A Scroll-painting, Illustrating the Pien-wen, about the Magic Competition between Sariputra and Raudraksa; Brought Back by Paul Pelliot from Tun-Huang
Yanagisawa Taka The Paintings on the Backs of the Two Bija Mandalas in the Fujita Art Museum, Osaka
No. 186 Dec., 1956
Matsushita Takaaki The Hokke-do Kompon Mandara
Kumagai Nobuo Bifrons and Vessels with Applied Human Masks from East Turkisutan
Kuno Takeshi Wooden Statues in “Nata-Bori” in the Kanto District
  General List of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1955
No. 185 Sep., 1956
Taoka Koitsu, Takai Teizaburo The Buddhist Stone Images at Furubokke, Harima Province
Kumagai Nobuo A Study on Sesshu's Paintings in Colors
Nakagawa Sensaku Designs on Oribe Pottery
Oka Isaburo The Fusain Society
  Report of the Institute
No. 184 Mar., 1956
Tanaka Ichimatsu The Art of Liang K’ai
Shimada Shujiro App. Material of Liang K’ai
Fukuyama Toshio A Historical Manuscript Relating to the Construction of Shinden Style House
Tamura Etsuko App. Text Written Between the Lines of the Order Sheets of Timber
Ito Takuji Writings on Back of Paper of “Hyisei-shu” and “Kanjo Ajari Senji Kancho” in the Shoren-in
Matsushita Takaaki “Flowers and Birds of the Twelve Months” by Kenzan
Kumamoto Kenjiro Kano Hogai's Works in His Late Years
Odakane Taro The Naturalism Movement of the Musei-kai
Nakamura Denzaburo The Seinen Shoso-kai, a Group of Japanese Sculptors in the Meiji Period
Takata Osamu On the Dated Buddha Images in the Kushan Art of Mathura
Takata Osamu Related Article: On the Bodhisattva and Worshippers, Relieves on Stone from Mathura, India, Coll. Mr. Yamanaka Jiro, Kyoto
Matsumoto Eiichi The Shui-ying Scroll-painting from Tun-huang
Sawayanagi Daigoro Works of Art as Objects of Studies in Art History
  Report of the Institute
No. 183 Feb., 1956
Maruo Shozaburo The Statue of Fudo Myoo in the Sai-in, Kyoogokoku-ji Monastery
Kuno Takeshi The Statue of Yakushi Nyorai in the Kuroishi-dera Monastery
Takata Osamu The “Gachirin” and Two Dharani of Amitabha Written on It, Found Deposited in the Cavity of the Principal Image of the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
Matsushita Takaaki Explanation of the Plates: The Scroll-painting “Kibi Daijin Nitto E-kotoba” (Kibi Daijin’s Trip to T’ang China, Coll. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, U. S. A.)
  Report of the Institute
No. 182 Dec., 1955
Fukuyama Toshio Researches on the “Moon Disk” Inscribed with Two Dharani of Amitabha, Found Inside the Statue of Amitabha in the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
Kuno Takeshi App. I: X-ray Investigation of the “Moon Disk” Inscribed with Two Dharani of Amitabha, Found Inside the Statue of Amitabha in the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
Yamasaki Kazuo App. II: On the Fragments of Glass, Found Inside the Statue of Amitabha in the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
Akiyama Terukazu The Construction and Colouring of the “Moon Disk” Inskribed with Two Dharani of Amitabha and Its Lotus Pedestal, Found Inside the Statue of Amitabha in the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
Ito Takuji The Kana Scribblings on the Pedestal of the “Moon Disk” with Two Dharani of Amitabha, Found Inside the Statue of Amitabha in the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
Mori Hisashi Materials for Art Research: Records Concerning the Repair of Amitabha Statue in the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
Okada Jo Explanation of the Plates: The Koto (Musical Instrument) Box with Colour-painted Design, Owned by the Kasuga Jinja (Nara)
  Report of the Institute
No. 181 Aug., 1955
Takata Osamu Kaniska's Great Stupa and Reliquary as Stylistic Criteria in the Development of the Gandhara Art
Matsubara Saburo White Marble Buddhist Statues in “Hanka Shiyui” Pose in the Eastern Wei to Northern Ch'i Dynasties
Matsumoto Eiichi Explanation of the Plates: A Fragment of “Preaching Buddha” (Wall Painting from Tun-huang, Coll. Fogg Art Museum, U. S. A.)
  General List of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1954
No. 180 Mar., 1955
Shimada Shujiro “Irises” by Tzu-t'ing Tsu-po
Nakagawa Sensaku Notes on Designs of “Old Kutani” Porcelain
Iyenaga Saburo Materials for Art Research: Index to Old Literary Sources Regarding Scroll-paintings
Kawakami Kei Explanation of Plate: “Mei-ku Landscape in the Style of Yang Sheng,” by Tung Ch’i-ch’ang (Coll. Mr. Ch’eng Ch’i, Hongkong)
  Report of the Institute
No. 179 Mar., 1955
Kumagai Nobuo Murals from the Sites Nos. 3 and 5, Miran
Akiyama Terukazu An Old Chest (Karabitsu) in the Kyo-o-gokoku-ji Monastery and the Decorative Paintings on it
Kohara Jiro App. Wood of the Old Chest (Karabitsu)
Fukuyama Toshio Text Publication: The “Horyu-ji Mandokoro Narabi-ni Hozu Ryakki” (Archives of the Horyu-ji Monastery)
No. 178 Mar., 1955
Umehara Sueji Painted Bronze Mirrors of the period of Warring States
Hommma Masayoshi Moulds and Models in Ancient Japanese Casting
Kumagai Nobuo A Mural from Cave Temple No. 8, Bezeklik
No. 177 Feb., 1955
Ogushi Sumio The Historical Backgrounds of the Scroll-painting “Shigisan Engi”: An Introduction to the Studies of the Same Scroll-painting
Kumamoto Kenjiro Supplement to the “Works of the Kuroda Seiki”
Mochimaru Kazuo The “Pine-trees on Beach” Motifs Found on Screen-paintings
Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: A Clay Head of a Buddhist Statue Brought Back from Central Asia
  Report of the Institute
No. 176 Nov., 1954
Ito Takuji The Kokuzo-Bosatsu Nenju Shidai in the Ishiyama-dera Monastery and the Manuscripts Inscribed on the Back of Its Paper
Fujioka Michio A Study on the Dai Hojo Building in the Nanzen-ji Monastery
Ogushi Sumio Reference Materials for Art Research: The Paintings of Buddhist Hells in the Jussai-do Hall of the Hojo-ji Monastery
Tani Shin-Ichi Explanation of the Plate: "Thunder God," from Fan-paper Paintings on folding Screens, Ascribed to Sotatsu, in the Imperial Collection
No. 175 Sep., 1954
Yoshino Tomio Korean Nacre Inlay Works of the Koryo Dynasty
Nakagawa Sensaku Korean Designs Found on Koryo Nacre Inlays and Clay-inlaid Celadons
Sugiyama Shinzo The Derivation of the Tenjiku-yo Style in Korean Architecture
Matsumoto Eiichi Reference Materials for Art Research: Koryo Paintings of "Five Hundred Arhats"
Okada Jo Reference Materials for Art Research: Literary Sources of Study on Koryo Nacre Inlays
Kumagai Nobuo Reference Materials for Art Research: Small Screen with Sakyamuni Image in Golden Lacquer Painted by No Yong (Collection of the Korean National Museum)
Nakagawa Sensaku Explanation of the Plate: Koryo Celadon Box with Designs of Phoenix, Cloud and Crane in Clay Inlay (Anonymous Collection)
  Report of the Institute
  General List of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1953
No. 174 Mar., 1954
Akiyama Terukazu A Contribution to the Study of the Genji Monogatari Scroll Paintings
Yamasaki Kazuo, Nakayama Hidetaro Studies on the Pigments used in the Genji Monogatari Scroll Paintings
Suzuki Keizo The Genji Monogatari Scroll Paintings from the Standpoint of Costumes and Interiors
Nakamura Yoshio Studies on the Text of the Genji Monogatari Scroll Paintings
Nakamura Yoshio Texts and Variants of the Genji Monogatari Scroll Paintings
No. 173 Mar., 1954
Takata Osamu A Study of the Gobu-shinkan, an Old Esoteric Buddhist Scroll Drawing: Based Mainly on the Sanskrit Text Contained in the Scroll
Tanaka Ichimatsu On the Framed Version of the “Kegon-gojugosho-e,” Representing the Fifty-five Localities (Visited by the Pilgrim, Sudhana-kumare) of the Gandavyuha
Akiyama Terukazu Supplement to “Concerning the Paintings Appearing on the Three Small-size Fans Preserved in the Itsukushima Shrine”
No. 172 Feb., 1954
Akiyama Terukazu Concerning the Paintings Appearing on the Three Small-size Fans Preserved in the Itsukushima Shrine
Kumagai Nobuo The Wall-paintings Brought from the Maya Cave of the Third Group at Qyzil
  Report of the Institute
No. 171 Nov., 1953
Kuno Takeshi On Wood-core Dry-lacquer Statues: From a Series of Studies on Art Objects Through Optical Methods
Mochimaru Kazuo Door and Screen Paintings Depicted in the Scroll-painting “Life of Honen”
Ogushi Sumio Explanation of the Plates: Scroll-painting “Kokawadera-engi” (Origin of the Monastery Kokawa-dera), owned by Kokawa-dera, Wakayama
No. 170 Oct., 1953
Ogushi Sumio Legends Relating to the Scroll-painting “Shigisan Engi”: An Introduction to a Study on the “Shigisan Engi”
Kumagai Nobuo Supplement to “Wall-paintings Brought from Cave-temples at Bazaklik”
Yonezawa Yoshiho Explanation of the Plates: Screen-painting "Cottage in Bamboo Grove, Horse-riding under Willow Trees" by Buson, Formerly in the Collection of Mr. Yokoe Shozo, Osaka
Fukuyama Toshio The Third Volume of “Liang Ching Hsin Chi,” Restored and Annotated
No. 169 Mar., 1953
Yashiro Yukio Again on the Sung Copy of the Scroll "Ladies of the Court" by Chou Wen-chu
Ito Takuji Sequel to “Calligraphy by I-shan I-ning”
Mochimaru Kazuo Door and Screen Paintings as Depicted in the Scroll-paintings “Ishiyama-dera Engi” and "Boki E-kotoba"
  General Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1952
No. 168 Mar., 1953
Akiyama Terukazu Investigations on Paintings by Means of Optical Devices: A Report of Scientific Researches in Europe and the appliance of them to Oriental Paintings
Nakayama Hidetaro Experiments of X-ray Penetration on Japanese Pigments
Akiyama Terukazu X-ray Experiments on the “Illustrated Inga-kyo Sutra,” the Scroll-painting “Murasaki Shikibu Nikki” and the “Resurrection of Buddha”
Nakagawa Sensaku Investigations on Ancient Ceramics by Means of Fluorescence or Ultra-violet Rays
Madlaine Hours The Scientific Examination of Works of Art in the Laboratory of Louvre Museum
No. 167 Feb., 1953
Tanaka Ichimatsu, Shimada Shujiro, Kuno Takeshi Damages by Fire on the Wall-paintings in the Main Hall of the Horyuji Monastery
Fukuyama Toshio Summarized Report of Damages of the Main Hall, Horyuji
Yamasaki Kazuo The Chemical Studies on the Pigments Used in the Wall-painting of the Main Hall of the Horyuji and Their Colour Changes by the Fire of January 1949
Sakurai Takakage, Iwasaki Tomokichi Scientific Treatments Made on the Main Hall of the Horyuji Monastery after the Fire of 1949
Kuno Takeshi General List of Articles Relating to the Wall-paintings in the Horyuji Monastery
No. 166 Aug., 1952
Kuno Takeshi The Clay Statues in the Todaiji Temple, Nara: A Study on Ancient Art Objects by Optical Methods
Fukuyama Toshio The Repository Buildings in the Todaiji Temple and the Shoso-in Imperial Repository in the Compounds of the Same Temple
Horiike Shumpo Reference Materials for Art Research: An Essay on the Ksitigarbha Statue in the Hokke-do Hall of the Todaiji Temple
Kuno Takeshi Explanation of the Plates: Vajrapani (Buddhist Guardian God, in Japanese: Shitsukongo-shin), Owned by the Todaiji Temple, Nara
Okada Jo Explanation of the Plates: Blue-lacquered Scripture Box with Design of Clouds and Phoenixes in Chinkinbori (Line-engraving with Gold Drawing), Owned by the Todaiji Temple, Nara
No. 165 Apr., 1952
Shirahata Yoshi The Style of Depiction in the “Kashiwagi” Scenes from the Scroll-painting Tales of Genji
Shimada Shujiro On the Landscape Paintings in the Koto-in Temple, Kyoto
Fukuyama Toshio A Second Supplement to “The Seven-bladed Sword of the Isonokami Jingu, Nara”
Fukuyama Toshio Reference Materials for Art Research: The Ancient Record of Commodities Supply in the Toshodai-ji Temple, Nara
Kawakami Kei Reference Materials for Art Research: The Technical Art Terms of the Six Canons of Hsieh Ho Translated into European Languages
  General List of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1951
No. 164 Jan., 1952
Ogushi Sumio Study on the Images of Hitomaro with Reference to the “Senzui” Screen in the Toji Collection
Mochimaru Kazuo An Essay on the Artist of the Wall and Screen Paintings in the Nagoya Castle
No. 163 Nov., 1951
Nakamura Denzaburo Auguste Rodin in Japan Late in the Meiji Period
Kuno Takeshi Buddhist Statues Under X-ray: From a Series of Studies on Art Objects Through Optical Methods
Kobayashi Tsuyoshi Reference Materials for Art Research: On the Statue of Sakyamuni in the Daianji Temple, Nara
Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: “Convenience of Drawing Water,” by Taiga, from the Album of “Juben (Ten Conveniences of Rural Living),” Collection of Mr. Kawabata Yasunari, Kanagawa
No. 162 Sep., 1951
Ito Takuji Calligraphy by I-shan I-ning
Kumagai Nobuo The Korean Painter Sekishi Sai-Ryushin
Fukuyama Toshio A Supplement to “The Seven-bladed Sword of the Isonokami Jingu, Nara”
Mochimaru Kazuo Explanation of the Plates: “Bugaku Dance” by Sotatsu, Owned by the Daigoji Monastery, Kyoto
No. 161 Mar., 1951
Koyama Fujio Hsiu Wu Ceramic Kilns in the Northern Sung Dynasty, China
Shimada Shujiro On I-p’in, the “Extraordinary” Style of Chinese Painting
Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: “Li Po Reciting Poem” by Liang K’ai, Collection of Mr. Mayuyama Junkichi, Tokyo
  General Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1950
No. 160 Mar., 1951
Kawakita Michiaki An Outline History of the Kojikai Society
Oka Isaburo New Tendencies of Japanese Art in the Late Meiji Period
Kumamoto Kenjiro Landscape Paintings by Takahashi Yuichi
Kumamoto Kenjiro Explanation of the Plate: “Red-beans Winnowing” by Kuroda Seiki, Formerly in the Collection of Mr. Uchida Shinya, Tokyo
No. 159 Mar., 1951
Suzuki Keizo An Essay on Japanese Costumes of the Twelfth Century Depicted in the Picture Scroll “Shigisan Engi”
Nakagawa Sensaku On the So-called Namban Karakusa Patterns in Japanese Lacquer Art
Akiyama Terukazu Studies on Art Objects Trough Optical Methods: Foreword
Nakayama Hidetaro Studies on Art Objects Trough Optical Methods: Studies on Buddhist Statues by Radiography
Kuno Takeshi Studies on Art Objects Trough Optical Methods: X-ray Experiments on Sculpture
Yamasaki Kazuo Studies on Art Objects Trough Optical Methods: Studies on the Pigments of Ancient Japanese Paintings by Ultra Violet Light
Akiyama Terukazu Reference Materials for Art Research: Paintings on the Doors of the Main Shrine of the Uji-Kami Jinja, Kyoto
Fukuyama Toshio Explanation of the Plate: Image of Bodhisattva, the Octagonal Hall, Eizan-ji Temple, Nara
No. 158 Feb., 1951
Shirahata Yoshi On the Seasonal Subjects Treated in the Scroll-painting “Tales of Genji” Attributed to Takayoshi
Fukuyama Toshio The Seven-bladed Sword of the Isonokami Jingu, Nara
Nagashima Fukutaro Reference Materials for Art Research: A Newly Found Material Relating to the Shichijo Omiya Guild of Buddhist Sculptors
Sakamoto Masanori Reference Materials for Art Research: On the Inscriptions Found on the Reverse of Sutra Scrolls Made by Kiyohira for the Chuson-ji Temple, Now Owned by the Kongobu-ji Temple, Wakayama
  Explanation of the Plates: “Tales of Genji” Scroll-painting, Collection of the Owari Tokugawa Reimai-kai Institution, Tokyo
Kuno Takeshi Explanation of the Plates: Suien (Finial) of the Three-storied Pagoda of Yakushi-ji Temple, Nara
No. 157 Dec., 1950
Tamura Jitsuzo, Kobayashi Yukio The Murals at Ch’ing-lung, Mongolia (Part III)
Yamasaki Kazuo Material for Art Research: Pigments Used in the Murals at Ch’ing-lung, Mongolia
Shirahata Yoshi Study on the Portrait of Fujiwara-no-Toyori
Mochimaru Kazuo The Wall and Screen Paintings in the Kennin-ji Temple: A Study on the Ages of Yusho’s Works
No. 156 Sep., 1950
Matsumoto Eiichi The Modeling of Buddhist Images by the Use of Moulds
Kumagai Nobuo The Murals from the Cave Temple No. 11, Bazaklik
Umehara Sueji The Reliquary Discovered in the Pagoda of the Kofuku-ji Temple, Keishu, Korea
  General Index of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1949
No. 155 Jul., 1949
Tamura Jitsuzo The Murals at Ch’ing-lung, Mongolia (Part II)
Suzuki Keizo Ancient Japanese Costumes As Illustrated in the Picture Scrolls “Genji Monogatari”: With the Masuda Collection Scroll as the Main Object of Research
Kumagai Nobuo Study on the Ages of Sesshu’s Paintings
No. 154 May, 1949
Kojima Kikuo On a Few Exhibits at the Special Exhibition of Western Art National Museum
Sakazaki Shizuka Delacroix
Tominaga Soichi Some Influences on Cezanne
Atarashi Kikuo “The Cave on the Rizer Loue” by Courbet
Yoshikawa Itsuji On El Greco’s “Annunciation”
Kamon Yasuo “The Head of a Man,” Study Attributed to Rembrandt
Kojima Kikuo Explanation of the Plate: “Willows Over Water” by Monet
No. 153 Mar., 1949
Tamura Jitsuzo The Murals at Ch’ing-lung, Mongolia (Part I)
Matsushita Takaaki On the Images of Fudo Myo-o and Two Attendants in the Hoko-in Temple
Mochimaru Kazuo The Portrait of Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Its Painter Kano Mitsunobu
Yamasaki Kazuo Reference Materials for Art Research: Report on the Pigments Used in Murals at Ch’ing-lung
No. 152 Jan., 1949
Kuno Takeshi The Image of Shitsukongo-shin Enshrined in the Sangatsu-do Hall, Nara
Akamatsu Toshihide On the Portraits of the Ashikaga Shoguns
Fukuyama Toshio Reference Materials for Art Research: Shigisan Temple and Priest Myoren
Yamasaki Kazuo Reference Materials for Art Research: Addition and Correction to Chemical Study on the Pigments Used in the Wall Paintings of the Main Hall, Horyu-ji Monastery
No. 151 Dec., 1948
Kameta Tsutomu Study on the Portrait of Prince Shotoku in the Imperial Collection
Fujita Tsuneyo On the Text of the Picture Scroll Shigisan Engi
Fujita Tsuneyo Reference Materials for Art Research: Comparison of the Text of the Shigisan Engi and Other Literary Works Related with the Legend of Shigisan (in Table Form)
Kobayashi Tsuyoshi Explanation of the Plates: Image of Sho Kannon (Avalokitesvara), Owned by Kakurin-ji Temple, Hyogo
Kawakita Michiaki Explanation of the Plates: “Riso” by Kikkawa Reika, Mr. Nagase Tomio Collection, Tokyo
  General Index of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1948
No. 150 Oct., 1948
Shimada Shujiro “Flowers and Insects” by Lu Ching-fu: Study on “Flowers and Insects” Paintings of Ch’angchou District
Iyenaga Saburo The Hells and the Six Aspects of Metempsychosis Depicted in Buddhist Art
Ito Takuji Research on Old Copies of the Kako Genzai Inga Kyo Sutra: A Textual Study
Kobayashi Tsuyoshi Explanation of the Plates: Seitaka Doji (Cetaka), Mr. Hirakushi Denchu Collection, Tokyo
No. 149 Aug., 1948
Ito Takuji Research on Old Copies of the Kako Genzai Inga Kyo Sutra: A Textual Study
Umezu Jiro On the Illustration of the Lives of Priests Gisho and Gengyo in the Picture Scroll Kegon Engi
Yamanobe Tomoyuki Explanation of the Plate: Noh Costume with Design of Flower Scrolls and Fans in Embroidery and Gold-leaf Applique, Katamigawari Style (Having Design on Half of the Robe Only), National Museum Collection
Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: “Hotei (Pu Tai),” by Liang K'ai, Mr. Murayama Nagataka Collection, Hyogo
No. 148 Jun., 1948
Yabuta Kaichiro An Interpretation of the Inscription on the Buddhist Image Made by Takaya-no-Taifu, Dated the Year of Hei-in
Maeda Yasuji Study on the Mirrors with Seashore Design in the Imperials Collection
Kondo Yoshihiro Origin and Significance of “Kasen” Picture Tablets
Matsushita Takaaki Explanation of the Plates: Images of Akasagarbha, National Museum Collection and Owned by Samboin Monastery, Kyoto
No. 147 May, 1948
Shirahata Yoshi Study on the Picture Scroll of Ise-Monogatari with the Sanskrit Prints
Tani Shin-Ichi A Genealogical Sketch on Kano Soshu: Study on the Kano School Painters of the Early Edo Period
Mochimaru Kazuo On Kano Soshu
Akiyama Terukazu Explanation of the Plates: Picture Scroll of the Tales of Genji, Mr. Masuda Taro Collection, Kanagawa
  Report of the Institute
No. 146 Apr., 1948
Sherman E. Lee A Study of Chinese Painting
Suzuki Keizo Manners and Customs Depicted in the Picture Scroll “Ban Dainagon Ekotoba”
Okada Jo The Kenuki-gata Sword Having Gold-lacquered Scabbard with Nacre Inlay, Owned by the Kasuga Jinja, Nara
Shirahata Yoshi Explanation of the Plate: Banner for Buddhist Ceremony Having Embroidered Design of Heavenly Beings, Mr. Ogawa Mutsunosuke Collection, Kyoto
No. 145 Dec., 1947
Kuno Takeshi Wall-paintings of the Horyu-ji Pagoda
Yamasaki Kazuo Chemical Study on the Pigments Used in the Wall-paintings of the Main Hall and Pagoda of Horyu-ji Temple
Asano Kiyoshi Study of the Original Construction of the Dempo-do Hall, Horyu-ji Temple
Kuno Takeshi Explanation of the Plate: Lotus-blossom Design on the Celling, Five-storied Pagoda, Horyu-ji Temple, Nara
  General Index of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1947
No. 144 Oct., 1947
Akiyama Terukazu On the Panel Paintings Behind the Amitabha Image of the Phoenix Hall, Byodoin Temple: Report on Panel and Door Paintings of the Phoenix Hall, Part I
Yamasaki Kazuo Chemical Studies on the Pigments used in the Panel and Door Paintings of the Phoenix Hall
Fukuyama Toshio The Scrolls Illustrating Treasures and Metal Ornaments of the Grand Shrine of Ise
No. 143 Sep., 1947
Koyama Fujio The Southern and Northern Styles of Chinese Ceramics
Umezu Jiro On the Scroll-painting “Jizo Engi” Owned by Honenji Temple
No. 142 Sep., 1947
Ueno Naoteru The Scroll-painting “Ban Dainagon Ekotoba”
Sawayanagi Daigoro The Bronze Statuette of Bodhisattva Dated the Year of Shin Gai in the National Museum Collection
Shirahata Yoshi About the Designs in “Kirikane” on the Statues of Acala, Its Two Attendants and Vaisravana, Owned by Bujoji Temple
No. 141 Jun., 1947
Tanaka Toyozo New Study on “P’o-mo” or Haboku
Watanabe Hajime Kano Masanobu (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series VIII)
  Explanation of Plate: Kazari-Chatsubo (Tea Jar) with Wisteria Design, Earthenware by Ninsei, Coll. Mr. Nagao Kin-ya. Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
No. 140 Mar., 1947
Kawakita Michiaki Life of Aoki Shigeru (Part IV)
Kumagai Nobuo Wall-painting Brought from the “Foot-washing” Cave-temple, Kizil
Kuno Takeshi Notes on the Drawings and Scribblings Discovered on the Celling of the Main Hall, Horyuji Monastery
  Report of the Institute
No. 139 Nov., 1946
Yashiro Yukio Scroll-Painting of the Five Planets and the Twenty-eight Stellar Mansions
Shirahata Yoshi Study on Designs in Kirikane (Metal Leaf Strips)
Kawakami Kei Introduction to the “Ku-hua-p’in-lu”
  Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1944
  Report of the Institute
No. 138 Oct., 1944
Kumagai Nobuo Wall Paintings Brought from the Cave-temple No. 4, Bazaklik
Tanaka Kisaku Some Figures in the Nascency of the Nanso School Painting in Japan (Part II)
Kawakita Michiaki Life of Aoki Shigeru (Part III)
  Explanation of the Plates: The Nachi Waterfall, Coll. Nezu Museum, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Pai Lo-tien, Coll. Mr. Muto Kinta, Hyogo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Baiitsu, Coll. Mr. Tanaka Heiroku, Aichi
  Report of the Institute
No. 137 Jul., 1944
Umehara Sueji On the Glazed Pottery Ware of the Imperial Repository Shosoin
Shirahata Yoshi Notes on the Paintings in the Hokekyo Sutra Scrolls in Count Matsudaira’s Collection
  Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Nanso-e Koji, Coll. Mr. Kimura Teizo, Osaka
  Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by I Fu-Chiu, Coll. Mr. Murai Ichibei, Mie
Tanaka Kisaku Hyakusetsu-Osho-Gyojo, Nankai-Keifu
  Report of the Institute
No. 136 May, 1944
Umezu Jiro Notes on the Scroll-painting “Zuijin Teiki Emaki”
Fukui Rikichiro A Few Words on Mu Ch’i (Part II)
Kawakita Michiaki Life of Aoki Shigeru (Part II)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Autumn Landscape” by Shih-T’ien, Col. Mr. Nakamura Junsaku, Hyogo
  Report of the Institute
No. 135 Mar., 1944
Fukui Rikichiro A Few Words on Mu Ch’i (Part I)
Yashiro Yukio Clay Buddha Images in Relief Excavated from Tun-huang, China
  Explanation of the Plates: “Amitabha and His Holy Crowd Coming to Receive the Dead into His Paradise,” Owned by the Kombuin Nunnery, Nara
Tanaka Toyozo Explanation of the Plates: Two Zen Saints in Meditation” by Shih K’o, Owned by the Syohozi Temple, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plates: “Riding a Buffalo” after Li T’ang, “Summer Scenery” after Hsia Kuei, “Riding a Buffalo” after Li T’ang, “Winter Scenery” after Hsia Kuei, copied by Sesshu, Coll. Marquis Asano Nagatake, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plate: “Portrait of Sugawara Michizane” by Kagei, Coll. Marquis Hosokawa Moritatu, Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
No. 134 Feb., 1944
Kawakita Michiaki Life of Aoki Shigeru (Part I)
Koyama Fujio Ceramic Kilns at Tz’u-chou, China
Tanaka Kisaku Some Figures in the Nascency of the Nanso School Painting in Japan (Part I)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Taiga, Coll. Baron Dan Ino, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: ”The Enlighten Sakya Leaving the Mountain” and “Snowy Landscape” by Liang Ch’iai, Coll. Court Sakai Tadahiro, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plate: “The Resurrection of Sakya” Owned by the Tyohozi Temple, Kyoto
  Report of the Institute
No. 133 Dec., 1943
Umehara Sueji Some Specimens of Chinese Pictorial Art of the Han Period
Nagashima Fukutaro On the Rise and Spread of the “Kasuga Mandara” Painting
Kumamoto Kenjiro Kuroda Seiki’s Later Activities and Works (Part III)
  Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1943
  Report of the Institute
No. 132 Nov., 1943
Suganuma Teizo The Works of Kazan’s Middle Years
Shirahata Yoshi On the Onna-e Pictures
Kumamoto Kenjiro Kuroda Seiki’s Later Activities and Works (Part II)
Editor Heian Jinbutsushi, Address Book of Artists and Scholars in Kyoto, Published in the 2nd Year of Tenmei (1782)
  Report of the Institute
No. 131 Sep., 1943
Tanaka Kisaku On the Images of Caturmaharaja Enshrined in the Kaidan-in of the Todaiji Temple
Umezu Jiro Study on the Scroll-painting “Jizo Engi Emaki” in the Collection of the Imperial Household Museum, Tokyo
Ogushi Sumio Images of Manjusri Crossing the Sea
Matsushita Takaaki On the “Manihoshu Mandala”
Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll “Jizo Engi Emaki” in the Collection of the Imperial Household Museum, Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
No. 130 Jul., 1943
Kumamoto Kenjiro Kuroda Seiki’s Later Activities and Works (Part I)
Tanaka Kisaku A Few Problems Concerning the Picture-scroll “Genji Monogatari” Ascribed to Takayoshi
Tanaka Toyozo On Mu Ch’i
Umehara Sueji Some Specimens of the T’ang Silverware
  Report of the Institute
No. 129 Mar., 1943
Suganuma Teizo On the Early Works of Watanabe Kazan
Kameta Tsutomu “Preaching Sakyamuni” in Embroidery, Owned by the Kanjuji Temple
Tazawa Yutaka The Development of Wooden Sculpture in the Early Heian Period (Part II)
Kurokawa Mitsutomo The Cowhide Keman Owned by the Kyoogokokuji Temple
  Explanation of the Plates: “Kannon, Monkeys and a Crane” by Mu-sh’i, Coll. Daitokuji Temple, Kyoto
  Report of the Institute
No. 128 Jan., 1943
Tazawa Yutaka The Development of Wooden Sculpture in the Early Heian Period (Part I)
Tani Shin-ichi Study on Tosa Yukihiro (Part II)
Iyenaga Saburo Study on the Seasonal Themes in the Yamato-e Painting of the Heian Period (Part II)
Tanaka Toyozo On the Painting “Chikurin Baika Zu” in the Collection of Marquis Asano
  Explanation of the Plates: Box with Wheel Pattern, Coll. Mr. Ogura Akira, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Tenjin Engi Emaki,” Coll. Imperial Household Museum, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Kasuga Miya Mandara,” Coll. Mr. Yuasa Shichizaemon, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plates: “A Peacock and Pine Tree” Ascribed to Yusho, Cll. Kenninji Temple, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Gyokushu, Coll. Mr. Wanaka Kinsuke, Wakayama
Kameta Tsutomu Texts and Introductory Notes of the Nan-endo Gohonzon ika Goshuri Senrei (Repairs of the Nan-endo Hall of the Kofukuji Temple and Its Principal Image) and the Hasedera Shoshitsu (Destruction of the Hasedera Temple by Fire)
  Report of the Institute
No. 127 Nov., 1942
Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Tosa Yukihiro (Part I)
Tanaka Kisaku The Origin of the Nanso School Painting in Japan
Iyenaga Saburo Study on the Seasonal Themes in the Yamato-e Painting of the Heian Period (Part I)
  Explanation of the Plates: Image of Sho-kannon, Coll. Minedera, Shimane
  Explanation of the Plate: “Tea Connoisseurs” Ascribed to Ts’ien Shun-chu, Coll. Mr. Abe Kojiro, Hyogo
  Explanation of the Plates: Image of Kokuzo-bosatsu, Coll. Horinji Temple, Nara
  Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1942
  Report of the Institute
No. 126 Sep., 1942
Umezu Jiro Study on the Scroll-painting “Tenjin Engi” Kept in the Shrines at Kitano (by Mitsunobu) and Tsuda
Kumagai Nobuo Wall-paintings Brought from the Cave-temple No. 20, Bazaklik
Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part V)
  Explanation of the Plate: “Woman Playing Guitar” Ascribed to Nobukata, Coll. Ikenaga Museum, Hyogo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Autumn Landscape,” Coll. Mr. Abe Kojiro, Hyogo
Umezu Jiro Text of the Scrolls “Kitanotenjin Engi” Kept in Tsuda-jinja
  Report of the Institute
No. 125 Jul., 1942
Kanamori Takashi Study on the Hakuho-style Sculpture
Shirahata Yoshi Utae and Ashide Paintings
Tanaka Kisaku On Shiki-soka-zu Painting by Sosetsu
Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part IV)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Acala and Eight Attendants,” Coll. Mr. Yamamoto Hatsujiro, Hyogo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” Ascribed to Sotan, Coll. Mr. Matsunaga Yasuzaemon, Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
No. 124 May, 1942
Yashiro Yukio A Female Sepulchral Figure of T’ang Dynasty, Glazed in Three Colours
Katori Hotsuma On Kettles for Tea Cult
Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part III)
  Explanation of the Plates: “A Daffodil and a Quail,” Attributed to Emperor Hui-tsung, Coll. Marquis Asano Nagatake, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Acala” Coll. Jinmokuji Temple, Aichi
  Report of the Institute
No. 123 Mar., 1942
Umezu Jiro Scroll-Painting Mabutsu-ichinyo Ekotoba
Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part II)
  Explanation of the Plates: Image of Fugen-emmyo (Life-prolonging Samantabhadra) Coll. Matsunoodera Temple, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Shoichi-Kokushi by Mincho, Coll. Tofukuji Temple, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plate: Image of Prince Shotoku-taishi, Coll. Mrs. Sen Shimomura, Kanagawa
Umezu Jiro The Text of the Scroll “Mabutsu-ichinyo Ekotoba”
  Report of the Institute
No. 122 Feb., 1942
Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part I)
Kumagai Nobuo Wall-paintings Brought from the Cave-temple No. 19, Bazaklik
  Explanation of the Plate: “Autumn Moon on Lake Tungting” Ascribed to Mu-ch’i, Coll. Prince Iyemasa Tokugawa, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Zenzai-doji on a Tour in Search of Enlightenment,” Coll. Mr. Kunizo Hara, Tokyo
Horiguchi Sutemi Text of Kundaikan-Sauchoki (Notes on Arts and Artists) Made by Soami, Formerly in the Collection of Kakokusai
  Report of the Institute
No. 121 Jan., 1942
Yashiro Yukio On the Scroll of Koetsu’s Calligraphy of Poems on the Ground-design of Flowers by Sotatsu
Akiyama Terukazu The Kara-e and Yamato-e Paintings of the Heian Period (Part II)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Kinkoku-en” & “Tori-en” by Ch’iu Ying, Coll. Chion-in Monastery, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plate: Brick with Phoenix Design, Coll. Minami-hokkeji Temple, Nara
Horiguchi Sutemi Text of Kundaikan-sauchoki (Notes on Arts and Artists) made by Noami, Formerly in the Collection of Shuko
  Report of the Institute
No. 120 Dec., 1941
Akiyama Terukazu The Kara-e and Yamato-e Paintings of the Heian Period (Part I)
Suganuma Teizo Landscape Sketches of Four Provinces Shishu Shinkei by Kazan
Ogushi Sumio On the Jukkai-zu Painting (Part II)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Dragon” and “Tiger” by Mu-ch’i, Coll. Daitokuji Temple, Kyoto
  Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1941
  Report of the Institute
No. 119 Nov., 1941
Kumamoto Kenjiro On the Images of Western Emperors, Kings and Princes Newly Discovered
Ogushi Sumio On the Jukkai-zu Painting
  Report of the Institute
No. 118 Oct., 1941
Akiyama Terukazu On the Folding-screens Used on the Grand Ceremony of Daijo-e at Court
Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda’s Activities and Works (Part III)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Senzui-byobu,” Coll. Jingoji Temple, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plates: Landscape (One of the Eight Scenic Views of Hsiao-hsiang) attributed to Mu-ch’i, Coll. Marquis Toshitame Maeda, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plate: Landscape (One of the Eight Scenic Views of Hsiao-hsiang) attributed to Mu-ch’i, Coll. Baron Taro Masuda, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: Statue of the Priest Nichira, Coll. Tachibanadera Temple, Nara
  Report of the Institute
No. 117 Sep., 1941
Yashiro Yukio Buddhistic Statuettes of Gilded Bronze in Gandhara Style
Koyama Fujio On the Official Porcelain of the Sung Dynasty
  Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Go-en-yuin, by Tosa Mitsunobu, Coll. Unryuin Monastery, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plates: Landscape with Figures, by Kano Masanobu, Coll. Mr. Ginjiro Fujiwara, Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
No. 116 Aug., 1941
Tanaka Kisaku On a Newly Found Copy of the Kozanji Cartoon, Handed down in the Sumiyoshi Family
Kido Hisashi On the Construction of Jorakuden (Inner Citadel) of the Nagoya-jo Castle
  Explanation of the Plate: “A Returning Sail” (Part of the “Eight Scenic Views of Hsiao-Hsian”), Ascribed to Mu-ch’i, Coll. Count Naokuni Matsudaira, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Kin-Ki-Sho-Ga” (The Four Accomplishments) and “Flowers and Birds” by Tan-yu, Coll. Nagoyajo Castle, Aichi
  Explanation of the Plates: Statuette of Buddha (Gilded Bronze) and Basin under the Statuette (Copper with Hair-lines Engraving), Coll. Todaiji Temple, Nara
  Report of the Institute
No. 115 Jul., 1941
Umehara Sueji Dated Lacquer Wares Lolang
Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda’s Activities and Works (Part II)
Ogushi Sumio Study on the Raiko Painting in the Collection of Anichiji Temple
  Explanation of the Plates: “Hachiman as a Buddhist Priest,” Coll. Yakushiji Temple, Nara
  Reports of the Institute
No. 114 Jun., 1941
Umezu Jiro Study on the Scroll-painting “Kitanotenjin Engi” Kept in the Shrines in Ionosho and Tsuda
Kameta Tsutomu Some Notes on the “Heike Nokyo” Scroll
Suganuma Teizo New Study on the Portraits by Kazan
  Explanation of the Plates: “Fuyo” by Ki Ti, Coll. Viscount Kosho Fukuoka, Tokyo
  Text of the Scroll “Kitanotenjin Engi” in the Collection of the Shrine in Ionosho (Reprinted from the Original)
  Report of the Institute
No. 113 May., 1941
Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda’s Activities and Works (Part I)
Iyenaga Saburo Study on “Karaye” Painting of Nara and Heian Periods (Part II)
Yoshino Tomio Study on Lacquered Suan-te Bowl of Japanese Style
  Explanation of the Plates: “Portrait of Priest Ikkyu,” Coll. Mr. Masaya Okazaki, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plate: “Lake Hsi,” Coll. Mr. Issei Hatakeyama, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape with Figures” by Taiga, Coll. Henjokoin Monastery, Wakayama
  Explanation of the Plates: “Bosatsu,” Coll. Mr. Kin-ya Nagao, Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
No. 112 Apr., 1941
Yashiro Yukio Study on “Juichimen Kannon” Kept in the Hase-kannon-do Temple in Yamaguchi
Umezu Jiro On the Scroll-painting “Komyoshingon-kudoku-ekotoba”
Odakane Taro Ernest F. Fenollosa’s Activities in the Field of Art (Part III)
  Explanation of the Plate: “Heike Nokyo” (Scrolls of Hokekyo Sutra Dedicated to the Itsukushima Shrine by the Heike Family), Beginning of Gonno-bon Scroll, Coll. Itsukushima Shrine, Hiroshima
  Explanation of the Plate: “Pot with Designs of Tree-peony in Black Glaze,” Coll. Marquis Moritatsu Hosokawa, Tokyo
Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll “Komyoshingon-kudoku-ekotoba” Kept in the Myo-o-in Monastery, Shiga
  Report of the Institute
No. 111 Mar., 1941
Iyenaga Saburo Study on “Karaye” Painting of Nara and Heian Periods (Part I)
Odakane Taro Ernest F. Fenollosa’s Activities in the Field of Art (Part II)
  Explanation of the Plate: “Sonsho-mandala,” Coll. Kodaiin Monastery, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plates: “Lotus and Waterfowls,” Coll. Horyuji Temple, Nara
  Explanation of the Plates: Scroll of “Nozarashi-kiko,” by Buson, Formerly Owned by Mr. Tatsujiro Hashimoto, Tokyo / “Okuno-hosomichi” by Buson, Formerly Owned by Mr. Tatsujiro Hashimoto, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plate: “Cat and Bamboo” by Gaho, Coll. Imperial Household Museum, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plate: Letter of Shoan, Coll. Mr. Kin-ya Nagao, Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
No. 110 Feb., 1941
Noma Seiroku Study on the Technique of Cast Images
Odakane Taro Ernest F. Fenollosa’s Activities in the Field of Art (Part I)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Images of Eight Founders of Shingon-sect,” Coll. Jingoji Temple, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plates: “Wang Chao-chun Departing for the Country of the Huns” by Kung Su-jan, Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
  Report of the Institute
No. 109 Jan., 1941
Ono Katsutoshi, Hibino Takeo On Preservation of Shih-fo Ssu in Ta-t’ung
Yashiro Yukio Buddhistic Statues in Gilt Bronze of the Six Dynasties
Koyama Fujio Ting Yao Bowls with Golden Design
  Report of the Institute
No. 108 Dec., 1940
Kanamori Takashi Study on the Tempyo Sculpture
Honda Seishi Biography of Tessai Tomioka (Part III)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Flowers,” Coll. Tenkyuin Monastery, Kyoto
  Explanation of the Plates: “Juichimen-kannon (Ekadasa-mukha),” Coll. Hokkeji Temple, Nara
  Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Mokubei, Coll. Mr. Koji Nakano, Niigata
  Explanation of the Plates: “Landscapes” by Tessai, Coll. Mr. Etsuzo Tatsuma, Hyogo
  Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1940
  Report of the Institute
No. 107 Nov., 1940
Suganuma Teizo On Kazan’s Works of His Later Years
Honda Seishi Biography of Tessai Tomioka (Part II)
  Explanation of the Plates: “A Beauty” by Kazan, Coll. Baron Koyata Iwasaki, Tokyo
Suganuma Teizo Kazan’s Diary (Reprinted from His Original MSS.)
  Report of the Institute
No. 106 Oct., 1940
Dotani Kenyu Study on the Six Canons of Painting, “liu fa”
Tanaka Kisaku Supplement to the Study of the Date of Production of “Red Acala”
Honda Seishi Biography of Tessai Tomioka (Part I)
  Explanation of the Plates: Landscape “Amano-hashidate,” Attributed to Sesshu, Coll. Marquis Toyokage Yamanouchi, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Susuki and Quails,” Coll. Count Okimune Date, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “White Goose and Swimming Fish” and “Autumnal Grasses and a Pair of Geese” by Kazan, Former Coll. Tatsujiro Hashimoto, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Tessai, Coll. Mr. Makitaro Fuse, Fukui
  Explanation of the Plate: “Playing Biwa on the Lake” by Wen Chia, Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
  Report of the Institute
No. 105 Sep., 1940
Toyooka Masuto Study on Amida-do at Shiramizu
Shirahata Yoshi Study on Menashi-kyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Weaving in the Moonlight” by Kazan, Coll. Baron Koyata Iwasaki, Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
No. 104 Aug., 1940
Umezu Jiro The Scroll-painting “Noe-hoshi Ekotoba”
Iyenaga Saburo Foundation of Hojoji Temple
  Explanation of the Plate: “Bowl with Flowers Pattern,” Pottery, with Three Colour Glaze, Coll. Marquis Moritatsu Hosokawa, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Scroll of Poem and Painting” Poem by Tsai Ching, Painting by Hu Shun-tsen, Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Snow Landscape” by Gyokudo, Coll. Mr. Tetsunosuke Shibata, Shiga
  Report of the Institute
No. 103 Jul., 1940
Tanaka Kisaku Study on the Position of the Painting “San-eki-sai” in the History of Painting
Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Tosa Mitsunobu (Part III)
  Explanation of the Plates: “Nirvana,” Coll. Kongobuji Temple, Wakayama
  Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Kao Feng-han, Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
  Explanation of the Plate: “Sakyamuni,” Coll. Chuguji Temple, Nara
  Report of the Institute
No. 102 Jun., 1940
Yashiro Yukio Study on the Folded-screen on which are Pasted Pieces of Koetsu’s Ode-paper Designed by Sotatsu
Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda during his Stay in France (Part II)
  Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Bunsei, Coll. Mr. Shichizaemon Yuasa, Kyoto
  Report of the Institute
No. 101 May, 1940
Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda during his Stay in France (Part I)
Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Tosa Mitsunobu (Part II)
  Explanation of the Plate: “Painting of Su-wu and Li-ling” by Shunso Hishida, Coll. Mr. Juichi Taguchi, Tokyo
  Explanation of the Plates: “Cintamani-cakra,” Coll. Kanshinji Temple, Osaka
  Explanation of the Plates: “Letter of Sotatsu,” Coll. Mr. Yukihiko Yasuda, Kanagawa
  Report of the Institute
No. 100 Apr., 1940
Taki Seiichi Buddhism and Japanese Art
Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Tosa Mitsunobu (Part I)
Suganuma Teizo Study on Portraits by Chinzan
  Explanation of the Plates: “Fukuse Teaching a Text Book of Confucianism,” Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
  Explanation of the Plates: Scroll “Sanno Reikenki,” Coll. Marquis Saburo Inoue, Tokyo
  Report of the Institute
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