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. 299Nov., 1975
 The Toji Version of Scroll Painting of the Story of Priest Kukai
  Miya Tsugio
 Interior Paintings of Gyokurin-in, Daitokuji, by Tan-yu and His Collaborators (Part II)
  Kono Motoaki
 Report of the Institute
 Explanation of Plates: “Priest Nichiren” by Yuichi Takahashi (The Myohoji, Tokyo)
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
No. 298Mar., 1975
 Illustrated Scroll of the Story of “Yatori Jizo”
  Miya Tsugio
 Interior Paintings of Gyokurin-in, Daitokuji, by Tan-yu and His Collaborators
  Kono Motoaki
 Bronze Avalokitesvara Image in the Hasedera, Oita
  Kuno Takeshi
 Report of the Institute
 Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 293-298
No. 297Mar., 1975
 An Old Document in Fujiwara no Kozei’s Handwriting Concerning Prince Atsuyasu’s First Audience of His Father Emperor, Newly Found in the Imperial Collection
  Tamura Etsuko
 The Founding of Sodosha
  Oka Isaburo
 Buddhist Images of the Inner Precinct of the Tempukuji, Usa
  Kuno Takeshi
 Explanation of the Plates: The Cultural Background of the Tempukuji Buddhist Images
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Report of the Institute
No. 296Mar., 1975
 Bodhisattva Painted on the Four Columns in the Saimyoji Three Storied Pagoda
  Sekiguchi Masayuki
 North and South in the Styles of Chinese Buddhist Sculpture
  Matsubara Saburo
 Report of the Institute
No. 295Feb., 1975
 A Late Heian Sutra Set with Landscape Paintings on the Outside of the Cover
  Egami Yasushi
 Problems Concerning the Inscriptions on Buddhist Statues in the So-called Ex-emperors’ Period
  Mizuno Keizaburo
 Rubens and Western-style Painting in the Edo Period
  Sakamoto Mitsuru
 Explanation of the Plate: “Lion” by Moko Ishikawa (Mr. Soshiro Yabumoto, Tokyo)
  Kagesato Tetsuro
 Report of the Institute
No. 294Dec., 1974
 Bhaisajyaguru of Kodenji and Inscribed Poem of Sanekata Fujiwara
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Report of the Institute
 Six Pieces of Armour Underwear Handed Down by The Uesugi Family (Part II): Report on Costume Used by Uesugi Kenshin and Uesugi Kagekatsu (Part VI)
  Kamiya Eiko
 Material of Art Research: Index to Chinese Painters of the Last One Handled Years (Part II)
  Tsuruta Takeyoshi
 Report of the Institute
No. 293Nov., 1974
 Paintings of Fu-hsi and Nu-wa from Astana (Part II)
  Ueno Aki
 Explanation of the Plates: Paintings of Five Great Vidyarajas Owned by the Kiburuji
  Ariga Yoshitaka
 Material of Art Research: Index to Chinese Painters of the Last One Handled Years (Part I)
  Tsuruta Takeyoshi
 Report of the Institute
No. 292Mar., 1974
 Paintings of Fu-hsi and Nu-wa from Astana (Part I)
  Ueno Aki
 Compositional Restoration of Scroll I of “Scrolls of Charicaturistic Animals, Birds and Human Figures”
  Ueno Kenji
 Report of the Institute
 Explanation of the Plates: Two Fragments of the “Animal Scroll” (Choju Giga): A Newly Discovered Fragment and the Fragment from the Former Masuda Collection
  Akiyama Terukazu
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 287-292 (May, 1973-March, 1974
No. 291Mar., 1974
 Ancient Bronze Images in the Chubu District
  Kuno Takeshi
 The Scroll of “Real Forms of Birds” by Shiko Watanabe (Part II)
  Kono Motoaki
 Report of the Institute
 Six Pieces of Armour Underwear Handed Down by The Uesugi Family (Part I): Report on Costume Used by Uesugi Kenshin and Uesugi Kagekatsu (Part VI)
  Kamiya Eiko
 Report of the Institute
No. 290Mar., 1974
 The Scroll of “Real Forms of Birds” by Shiko Watanabe (Part I)
  Kono Motoaki
 Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part VI)
  Nakamura Denzaburo
 The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part V)
  Kagesato Tetsuro
No. 289Feb., 1974
 Painted Panels for Ritual Palanquin of Usa Shrine
  Sekiguchi Masayuki
 The Position of Illustrated Scroll of Heiji War among the Versions of Epic of the Heiji War
  Miya Tsugio
 Report of the Institute
No. 288Dec., 1973
 Emperor Fushimi’s Masterpiece of Calligraphy Supported to be a Detached Segment of the Tales of Ise Picture Scroll Formerly in Mr. Hara’s Collection
  Tamura Etsuko
 The Establishment of the Sui Style in Buddhist Sculpture
  Matsubara Saburo
 Report of the Institute
 Explanation of Plates: “European Park” by Denzen Aodo and Its Model “A View of Fontainebleau” by Jacques Rigaud
  Kagesato Tetsuro
 Material for Art Research: Text of Catalogue of the Painting Exhibition Held in Memory of the Late Rosetsu
  Kono Motoaki
 Report of the Institute
No. 287Oct., 1973
 Statues in the Gokokuin, Wakayama, And Contemporaneous Bodhisattva Statues in Adjoining Regions
  Ikawa Kazuko
 The Trip of Chung-yu Tsu-ch’an and Wu-i K’o-ch’in to Japan and Their Inscriptions on Paintings
  Ebine Toshiro
 Report of the Institute
 Material for Art Research: Text of the Manuscript of Kowata no Shigure Owned by Mr. Yadashi Yoshida (Part II)
  Tamura Etsuko
No. 286Mar., 1973
 A Gilt and Embroidered Dobuku Handed Down by the Kikkawa Family
  Kamiya Eiko
 Drawings by Hogai Kano (Part I): Drawings of Nara District Art Treasures
  Seki Chiyo
 Report of the Institute
 Banner Paintings Representing Buddha’s Life from Tun-huang (Part II)
  Ueno Aki
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 281-286
No. 285Mar., 1973
 An Example of the Mahosnisacakra Mandala in the Hinohara Collection
  Yanagisawa Taka
 Material of Art Research: Engravings of Early Japanese Christendom
  Sugano Yoh
 Report of the Institute
No. 284Mar., 1973
 The Art Historical Position of Painted Decoration in Atakagire Version Wakan Roei Shu
  Egami Yasushi
 The Stylistic Development of Buddha Statues in the Early Heian Period (Part III)
  Kuno Takeshi
 Report of the Institute
No. 283Mar., 1973
 Painting Manual of Mustard Seed Garden and its Influence to Japan
  Tsuruta Takeyoshi
 The Stylistic Development of Buddha Statues in the Early Heian Period (Part II)
  Kuno Takeshi
 Explanation of Plate: La Decoration des Petales de Lotus en Bois, Entourant la Partie Superieure du Socle de la Statue de Miroku (Maitreya), Conservee au Temple Jison-in
  Akiyama Terukazu, Yanagisawa Taka
No. 282Dec., 1972
 The Hoto Mandara Owned by the Ryuhonji
  Miya Tsugio
 Explanation of Plates: Moko Ishikawa’s “Girl Holding a Cat” and the English Print “Miss Trimmer”
  Sakamoto Mitsuru
 Material for Art Research: Text of the Manuscript of Kowata no Shigure Owned by Mr. Yadashi Yoshida (Part I)
  Tamura Etsuko
 Report of the Institute
No. 281Oct., 1972
 The Statues of Twelve Divine Generals of the Shin-yakushiji
  Kuno Takeshi
 X-ray Investigation of Catura Image of the Shin-yakushiji
  Ishikawa Rikuo
 Materials for Art Research: Illustrated Scroll of the Story of Priest Saigyo and its Text Collation
  Miya Tsugio
 Report of the Institute
No. 280Apr., 1972
 A Kyoto School of Sculpture in the Fourteenth Century
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Thirteen Baby Clothes of the Momoyama and Early-Middle Edo Periods (Part III): Study of Kodachi and Chudachi of the Recent Ages (Part I)
  Kamiya Eiko
 Explanation of Plates: Painted Image of Ragaraja Preserved by the Bureau for Cultural Affairs
  Sekiguchi Masayuki
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 275-280 (May, 1971-March, 1972)
No. 279Apr., 1972
 A Pranidhi Scene Mural from Bezeklik Preserved by the Hermitage Museum
  Ueno Aki
 Life and Painting of Ch’i Chih-chia (Part I)
  Kawakami Kei
 Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part V)
  Nakamura Denzaburo
 Biography and Works of Yamashita Rin
  Oka Isaburo
 Explanation of the Plates: “Trees” by Kawakami Togai
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
No. 278Mar., 1972
 The Stylistic Development of Buddha Statues in the Early Heian Period (Part I)
  Kuno Takeshi
 Material of Art Research: Text Collation of Painted Scroll of the Story of Hasedera
  Miya Tsugio
 Report of the Institute
No. 277Feb., 1972
 Ornamental Painting of the Buddhist Scripture Joyuishikiron Owned by Kofukuji
  Egami Yasushi
 A Study of a Manuscript of the Kowata no Shigure, a Japanese Medieval Novel (Part II)
  Tamura Etsuko
No. 276Nov., 1971
 Painting of Sakyamuni Triad Owned by the Rokuoin
  Toda Teisuke
 A Study of a Manuscript of the Kowata no Shigure, a Japanese Medieval Novel (Part I)
  Tamura Etsuko
 Material for Art Research: Versions of Painted Scroll of the Story of the Hasedera (Part II)
  Miya Tsugio
 Material for Art Research: A Western Ch’in Period Dedication Inscription at a Cave Temple of Ping-ling-ssu Monastery
  Fukuyama Toshio
 Report of the Institute
No. 275Nov., 1971
 Two Early Kutani Bowls with Circular Patterns
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Chronological Study of Gilt Bronze Images of the Silla Periods
  Matsubara Saburo
 Material for Art Research: Versions of Painted Scroll of the Story of the Hasedera (Part I)
  Miya Tsugio
 Report of the Institute
No. 274Mar., 1971
 Painted Image of Ragaraja Owned by the Hosomi Family
  Sekiguchi Masayuki
 Statue of Eleven-headed Avalokitesvara Carved by Kenko
  Kuno Takeshi
 Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part IV)
  Nakamura Denzaburo
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 269-274 (May, 1970-March, 1971)
No. 273Mar., 1971
 Explanations of the Pictures of the Tale of Ise Scroll Formerly in Mr. Hara’s Collection
  Tamura Etsuko
 The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part IV)
  Kagesato Tetsuro
No. 272Mar., 1971
 Statue of Avalokitesvara, The Main Image of the Ishiyamadera
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Thirteen Baby Clothes of the Momoyama and Early-Middle Edo Periods (Part II): Study of Kodachi and Chudachi of the Recent Ages (Part II)
  Kamiya Eiko
 Study of Kano Motonobu (Part V)
  Tsuji Nobuo
No. 271Dec., 1970
 Study of Kano Motonobu (Part IV)
  Tsuji Nobuo
No. 270Nov., 1970
 Study of Kano Motonobu (Part III)
  Tsuji Nobuo
 Report of the Institute
No. 269Nov., 1970
 Banner Paintings Representing Buddha’s Life from Tun-huang (Part I)
  Ueno Aki
 Material for Art Research: The Date of Birth of Ch’i Chih-chia
  Kawakami Kei
No. 268Sep., 1970
 Cover Paintings of Honganji Version Anthology of Thirty-six Leading Poets
  Egami Yasushi
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 263-268 (May, 1969-March, 1970)
No. 267Aug., 1970
 Thirteen Baby Clothes of the Momoyama and Early-Middle Edo Periods (Part I): Study of Kodachi and Chudachi of the Recent Ages (Part I)
  Kamiya Eiko
 Problems of Early Gilt Bronze Buddhist Images in China: With Special Reference to Two Newly Found Examples
  Matsubara Saburo
 Material for Art Research: Draft Painting of the Section of Spring of “Hawking of Courtiers in Spring and Winter”
  Kato Hideyui
No. 266May, 1970
 Drawing of Hawk Discovered under the Cartouche of Painted Screen from Shingongo Hall, the Eikyuji
  Yanagisawa Taka
 The Literary Source of the Etching Method of Kokan Shiba (Part II)
  Sugano Yoh
 Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part III)
  Nakamura Denzaburo
 Explanation of Plates: Standing Statues of Sahasrabhuja and Bodhisattva of Hiyoshi Shrine (Shiga)
  Kuno Takeshi
No. 265May, 1970
 The Literary Source of the Etching Method of Kokan Shiba (Part I)
  Sugano Yoh
 Images of Four Lokapalas: With Special Reference to Formalistic Study of Tenth Century Specimens (Part II)
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Explanation of Plates: Painting of Ksitigarbha of Zendoji (Fukuoka)
  Kumagai Nobuo
No. 264Mar., 1970
 Paintings on Cedar Screens of the Meiji Palace
  Seki Chiyo
 Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part II)
  Nakamura Denzaburo
No. 263Feb., 1970
 Images of Four Lokapalas: With Special Reference to Formalistic Study of Tenth Century Specimens (Part I)
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Legend of Saint Erasmus and the Figure of Erasmus of Rotterdam (Part II)
  Sakamoto Mitsuru
 Report of the Institute
No. 262Dec., 1969
 Legend of Saint Erasmus and the Figure of Erasmus of Rotterdam (Part I)
  Sakamoto Mitsuru
 The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part III)
  Kagesato Tetsuro
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 257-262 (May, 1968-March, 1969)
No. 261Dec., 1969
 Japanese Ceramic Art at the Beginning of 1900’s
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Tuan-ch’iao Miao-lun’s or Dongyo Myorin’s Calligraphic Works
  Tamura Etsuko
 An Yuan Painting of Eighteen Arhats
  Toda Teisuke
 Explanation of Plate: “Hearing the Spring Sound in Bamboo Grove” by Li Shih-ta (Private Collection, Tokyo)
  Toda Teisuke
No. 260Sep., 1969
 Buddhist Images of the Enryakuji in Early Heian Period
  Kuno Takeshi
 Illustrated Scroll of Fox Tale Once Owned by Yoshihisa Ashikaga
  Miya Tsugio
No. 259Mar., 1969
 Fragments of the Choshu Ki Diary Copied by Fujiwara no Teika
  Tamura Etsuko
 Eight Jimbaori Used by Uesugi Kenshin: Report on Costume Used by Uesugi Kenshin and Uesugi Kagekatsu
  Kamiya Eiko
No. 258Mar., 1969
 The Early Years of Tenshin Okakura
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 “The Twelve Sacred Events” by Rin Yamashita Owned by Christ’s Orthodox Church, Hakodate
  Oka Isaburo
 The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part II)
  Kagesato Tetsuro
No. 257Mar., 1969
 Visunu Sculptures in the Early Periods
  Takata Osamu
 Development of Chinese Sculpture from the High T’ang Afterward
  Matsubara Saburo
 Iron Image of Amitabha with the Date of 1264
  Sato Akio
No. 256Mar., 1969
 Patterns on the Lacquered Container for the Sacred Ball Owned by the Ninnaji
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Wooden Plaques of Four Lokapalas in the Sacred-ball Container of the Ninnaji
  Yanagisawa Taka
 Analysis of the Pigments for Four Lokapalas in the Sacred-ball Container of the Ninnaji
  Emoto Yoshimichi
 Material for Art Research: Portrait of Hsin-lo-shan-jen by Chang Ssu-chiao: A Material for Biography of Hua Yen
  Kawakami Kei
 Report of the Institute
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 252-256 (May, 1967-March, 1968)
No. 255Mar., 1969
 Illustrated Scripture of the Story of Mokuren’s Salvation of his Mother
  Miya Tsugio
 The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part I)
  Kagesato Tetsuro
 Report of the Institute
No. 254Feb., 1969
 Painted Image of Vajramoghasamayasattva with Date of 1153
  Yanagisawa Taka
 Some Problems of the Illustrated Scroll Gosannen Kassen Emaki (Part II)
  Miya Tsugio
 Report of the Institute
No. 253Mar., 1968
 A Set of Twenty-one Vajrayanistic Statues Installed in the Lecture Hall of the Toji (Kyoogokokuji), Kyoto: An Iconographical Study on the Unique Karma-Mandala Composed by These Images
  Takata Osamu
 Sculpture of the Toji in Its Earliest Period
  Kuno Takeshi
 Report of the Institute
No. 252Mar., 1968
 Statues of Zao Gongen and Kongo Doji
  Ikawa Kazuko
 A Textual Fragment of the Battle of Rokuhara Scroll of the Heiji War Scroll Paintings: With a Minute Examination of the Calligraphy of the Texts of the Three Existing Scrolls
  Tamura Etsuko
 Explanation of Plates: Une Peinture de Touen-Houang au Musee Guimet Representant le Paradis d’Amitabha
  Akiyama Terukazu
No. 251Feb., 1968
 Statues of Zao Gongen at the Sambutsuji and the Documents Contained inside the Main Image
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Some Problems of the Illustrated Scroll Gosannen Kassen Emaki (Part I)
  Miya Tsugio
 Material of Art Research: Supplementary Study of the Book of Landscape Gardening Senzui narabini Yagyo no Zu Accompanied by Doji Kudensho
  Egami Yasushi
 Report of the Institute
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 246-251 (May, 1966-March, 1967)
No. 250Dec., 1967
 Trends of Buddhist Stone Images of Silla, with Special Reference to the Triad Newly Found at Kunwi
  Matsubara Saburo
 Material of Art Research: Text Collation of the Medieval Book of Landscape Gardening, Senzui narabini Yagyo no Zu Accompanied by Doji Kudensho (Part II)
  Egami Yasushi
 Explanation of Plates: “Maitreya Descending to Receive the Soul of the Dead” (Owned by Mr. Asada Chohei, Hyogo)
  Miya Tsugio
 Explanation of Plates: Statues of Ten Great Disciples in the Jorakuin, Kyoto
  Ikawa Kazuko
No. 249Oct., 1967
 Study of Kano Motonobu (Part II)
  Tsuji Nobuo
 Explanation of Plate: Fragmentary Painting with Two Figures of Women Excavated at Toyuk, State Museums, Berlin
  Ueno Aki
 Explanation of Plates: “Screen Painting of Four Seasons Landscape” traditionally Attributed to Kano Eitoku
  Tsuji Nobuo
 Explanation of Plate: Statue of Vaisravana, Owned by the Kuramadera, Kyoto
  Sato Akio
 Report of the Institute
No. 248Mar., 1967
 On the “Shunanzan Mandara” Owned by the Matsuodera: A Rare Mandala Painting of Variant of the “Hokuto Mandara,” Mandala of the Plough, Based on the Chinese Original
  Yanagisawa Taka
 On “A Boat Sailing Back to the Capital” with an Inscription by Shao Pao
  Kawakami Kei
 Material of Art Research: The Tenjin Engi Emaki in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Part II)
  Murase Miyeko
No. 247Mar., 1967
 Illustrated Scroll Toyonoakari Esoshi in Relation to the Literary Work Towazugatari: A Hypothesis on the Authorship of the Scroll
  Nakamura Yoshio
 The Identity of the Awata-Gire Fragments
  Tamura Etsuko
 Material of Art Research: The Tenjin Engi Emaki in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Part I)
  Murase Miyeko
 Material of Art Research: Text Collation of the Medieval Book of Landscape Gardening, Senzui narabini Yagyo no Zu Accompanied by Doji Kudensho (Part I)
  Egami Yasushi
No. 246Mar., 1967
 An Old Imari Ware with Coloured Decoration of Female Figures
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Study of Kano Motonobu (Part I)
  Tsuji Nobuo
 Screen Painting of the Battle of Lepanto: A Study of Early Western Style Painting in Japan and Its Background in Europe (Part I)
  Sakamoto Mitsuru
No. 245Feb., 1967
 A Statue of Acalanata with the Inscription of the 7th Year of the Kohei Era (1064)
  Kuno Takeshi
 Buddhist Sculpture of Paired Armed Guardians (Part II)
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Explanation of Plate: Eleven-headed Kannon of the Hagadera, Fukui
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Explanation of Plate: Plum Blossoms in Ink by Lu Fu (Owned by the Chorakuji, Gumma)
  Toda Teisuke
 Report of the Institute
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 240-245
No. 244Dec., 1966
 Problems of the Original Order in the Ippen Hijiri E Scroll and its Copy
  Miya Tsugio
 Buddhist Sculpture of Paired Armed Guardians (Part I)
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Eight Dobuku Used by Uesugi Kenshin (Part III)
  Kamiya Eiko
 Report of the Institute
No. 243Sep., 1966
 Buddhist Background of the Gandharan Art, Specially in Connection with the Origin of Buddha Image
  Takata Osamu
 Eight Dobuku Used by Uesugi Kenshin (Part II)
  Kamiya Eiko
 Explanation of the Plates: Nijushiko-Zu Screen by Kano Shoei (Owned by Iwamura Heisuke, Hiroshima)
  Tsuji Nobuo
 On Liu Chieh’s “Fish and Water Plants” Addendum
  Toda Teisuke
No. 242Mar., 1966
 Eight Dobuku Used by Uesugi Kenshin (Part I)
  Kamiya Eiko
 An Ink-drawing Scroll Representing the Vajradhatu-Mandala Images in the Shoren-in Temple (Part II)
  Yanagisawa Taka
 Buddhist Stories Depicted in Bas-relief on the Stupa Railings of Bharhut
  Takata Osamu
 Report of the Institute
No. 241Mar., 1966
 Fragmentary Text of the Kagero no Niki Diary Possibly in the Form of a Picture Scroll
  Tamura Etsuko
 An Ink-drawing Scroll Representing the Vajradhatu-Mandala Images in the Shoren-in Temple (Part I)
  Yanagisawa Taka
No. 240Mar., 1966
 Daibusshi Zen-en and His Works
  Kuno Takeshi
 Some Notes on Liu Chieh’s “Fish and Water Plants”
  Toda Teisuke
 Aspects of Ceramic Art in the Late Meiji Period
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Report of the Institute
No. 239Mar., 1966
 Yamamoto Hosui: His Life and Works
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Explanation of Plates: Une Scene du Rouleau des Malades (Yamai-no-soshi): Femme Souffrant D’insomnie
  Akiyama Terukazu
 Material of Art Research: Newly Found Manuscripts of a Book of Japanese Medieval Gardening (Part II)
  Egami Yasushi
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 234-239
No. 238Feb., 1966
 Deux Peintures de Touen-houang, sur Soie, Representand un “Pelerin Portant des Sutras et Accompagne d’un Tigre”
  Akiyama Terukazu
 Material of Art Research: Tablets Enclosed in the Statues of Seitaka (Cetaka) and Kongara (Kimkara), Owned by the Ganjojuin Temple
  Kuno Takeshi
 Material of Art Research: Newly Found Manuscripts of a Book of Japanese Medieval Gardening
  Egami Yasushi
No. 237Oct., 1965
 Oshu Juninen-kassen Emaki (Picture Scroll of Twelve War in Mutsu Province)
  Miya Tsugio
 Seiryoji Style Sakyamuni Statues in the Kanto Area
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Report of the Institute
No. 236Mar., 1965
 A Study of Yu-chien Jo-fen
  Suzuki Kei
 Hu-chou Bamboo School: Study of Literati Painting in the Sung Period I
  Toda Teisuke
 “Picture Embodying the Ode to an Autumnal Voice” by Hua Yen
  Kawakami Kei
 Explanation of Plate: “Bamboo in Ink” by Wu Hung (Coll. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Carter, New York)
  Toda Teisuke
 Report of the Institute
No. 235Mar., 1965
 A Memorandum Concerning the Illustrated Scroll of Minister Kibi's Adventure in China: Three Painted Scrolls Handed Down in Wakasa Province
  Umezu Jiro
 An Ink-slab Box with So-called Kodaiji Makie Decoration and Lacquer Wares with Makie in the Kodaiji
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (I) Introduction
  Nakamura Denzaburo
 A Gandharan Example of Bodhisattva Seated in Thinking pose
  Takata Osamu
 Explanation of Plates: An Example of Amitabha Mandala Painting
  Yanagisawa Taka
No. 234Mar., 1965
 The Chronology of Mathura Buddhas in the Kushan Period
  Takata Osamu
 A Wooden Half-Cross-Legged Seated Bodhisattva with Flowing Hair if Copper Sheets: In the Current of Japanese Sculpture of the Ninth and Tenth Centuries
  Kuno Takeshi
 Report of the Institute
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 228-233 (May 1963 - March 1964)
No. 233Feb., 1965
 Four Katabira Purporting to Have Been Used by Uesugi Kenshin: The Third Report on Costumes Said to Have been Used by Uesugi Kenshin and Uesugi Kagekatsu
  Kamiya Eiko
 Material of Art Research: A Study and Collection of Hino-gire Fragments of the Senzai Wakashu
  Tamura Etsuko
 Explanation of Plates: Portrait of Priest Ryoe of Eikyuji (Private Collection, Tokyo)
  Yanagisawa Taka
 Report of the Institute
No. 232Oct., 1964
 Remaining Scrolls from the Scroll Painting of the Life of Priest Kobo Formerly Owned by the Inoue Family
  Miya Tsugio
 Memorandum on “Le Chat Noir” and “Le Masque”: A Small Movement of Two Painters’ Groups in Kyoto in the Last Years of Meiji Era
  Seki Chiyo
 Explanation of Plate: “Landscape” by Wang E (Coll. Mr. Kimura Tosuke, Tokyo)
  Kawakami Kei
 Report of the Institute
No. 231Oct., 1964
 Three Examples of the Temborin Cylinder with Painted or incised Figures Used for a Buddhist Esoteric Ritual in Japan
  Yanagisawa Taka
 Buddhist Sculpture in the Five Dynasties Period and the Sung Period: With Special Reference to Seated Figures of Buddha and Bodhisattva
  Matsubara Saburo
 Material of Art Research: Column Paintings of the Kanjo-in in the Toji
  Nakano Genzo
 Material of Art Research: Appendix (Text Publication): Toji Kondo Kodo Kanjo-in Honzon Zai (Arrangement of Cult Images in the Main Hall, the Lecture Hall and the Ordination Hall of the Toji Monastery)
  Nakano Genzo
No. 230Mar., 1964
 Repertory of the Work of Iwasa Matabei
  Tsuji Nobuo
 Material of Art Research: Some Painted Pieces of Paper Brought from Turfan by the Otani Expedition
  Ueno Aki
 Explanation of Plate: “Strolling in Moonlight around the Yu-shan Hermitage” by Ch’ien Tu (Osaka Municipal Art Museum, Osaka)
  Toda Teisuke
 Report of the Institute
No. 229Mar., 1964
 A Vase of Ying-ch’ing Glaze with Carved Design of Boys in Floral Scroll Patterns
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Statues of Bishamonten Supported by Chiten: A Research on so-called Tobatsu-bishamonten
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Material of Art Research: Report on the Investigation of Wood as the Material of Old Japanese Sculptures
  Kohara Jiro
 Explanation of Plates: Two Examples of the Mathura School of Sculpture
  Takata Osamu
No. 228Mar., 1964
 Koide Narashige’s Early Works and Life
  Oka Isaburo
 Twelve Kosode Purporting to Have Been Used by Uesugi Kenshin: The Second Report on Costumes Said to Have Been Used by Uesugi Kenshin and Uesugi Kagekatsu
  Kamiya Eiko
 Buddhist Sculpture in Northeastern Japan Centering around the Chuson-ji Temple (III)
  Kuno Takeshi
 Report of the Institute
No. 227Mar., 1964
 The Tale of Genji with Black and White Illustrations: Chapter of Ukifune and Kagero
  Akiyama Terukazu
 Costumes and Interiors Seen in the Black and White Illustrations of the Chapter of Ukifune
  Suzuki Keizo
 The Text of the Tokugawa Collection’s Tale of Genji with Black and White Illustrations and its Characteristics
  Nakamura Yoshio
 Material of Art Research: The Tale of Genji with Black and White Illustrations owned by the Reimeikai Foundation and the Museum Yamato Bunka-kan: Chapters of Ukifune and Kagero
  Nakamura Yoshio
 Report of the Institute
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 222-227 (May 1962 - March 1963)
No. 226Nov., 1963
 Multi-colour Glazed Pottery in Japan
  Umehara Sueji
 Material of Art Research: Ishiyama-dera Ekotoba (Text for the Picture Scroll of the History of the Ishiyama-dera)
  Umezu Jiro
 Explanation of Plate: Plum Blossoms in Ink, by P’an Tz’u (Private Collection, Kyoto)
  Kawakami Kei
 Report of the Institute
No. 225Oct., 1963
 Buddhist Sculpture in Northeastern Japan Centering around the Chuson-ji Temple (II)
  Kuno Takeshi
 Material of Art Research: A Manuscript Relating to Iwasa Matabei Owned by the Houn-ji Temple in Fukui
  Tsuji Nobuo
No. 224Mar., 1963
 Pictures of Priest Subhakarasimha at the Kaniska Stupa and priest Nagarjuna at the Iron Caitya in the Fujita Collection, Reframed from the Screens of Shingon-do Hall of Eikyu-ji Temple: Its Date and Artist
  Yanagisawa Taka
 L’enluminure du Chapitre “Samantamukha” (Kouan Che Yin P’ou Sa P’ou Men P’in) du Sutra de Lotus de la Bonne Loi, Copie au Japon vers le Millieu du XIIe Siecle
  Akiyama Terukazu
 Report of the Institute
No. 223Mar., 1963
 The Ornament of Chia-ching Gilded Vases
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 The Hokke Mandara Owned by the Danzan Jinja (III)
  Miya Tsugio
 Koide Narashige’s College Life and His Early Paintings
  Oka Isaburo
No. 222Feb., 1963
 Buddhist Sculpture in Northeastern Japan Centering around the Chuson-ji Temple (I)
  Kuno Takeshi
 The Hokke Mandara Owned by the Danzan Jinja (II)
  Miya Tsugio
 Explanation of the Plate: A Detached Segment from Obusuma Saburo Emaki (Coll. Mr. Shimbi Tanaka, Tokyo)
  Tamura Etsuko
 Report of the Institute
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1961
No. 221Nov., 1962
 The Scroll of Poems and Painting Given to Minamoto Nagaharu as a Farewell Gift on His Departure for Home from Ming and the Life and Works of Wang E
  Kawakami Kei
 The Hokke Mandara Owned by the Danzan Jinja (I)
  Miya Tsugio
 Explanation of the Plate: A Wooden Piece with Hunting-scenes from Kara Khoja (Coll. Tachibana Zuicho, Nagoya)
  Ueno Aki
 Report of the Institute
No. 220Oct., 1962
 L’emploi du Violet et sa Composition dans la Peinture Japonaise du VIIIe Siecle au XIIe Siecle
  Akiyama Terukazu
 X-ray Fluorescence Analysis as Applied to the Identification of Ancient Cultural Properties
  Emoto Yoshimichi
 An Example of Fuiwara Painting of Fugen Bosatsu (Samantabhadra)
  Yanagisawa Taka
No. 219Aug., 1962
 On Yaksa and Yakusi Statues in the Maurya Period
  Takata Osamu
 The Dobuku in Patchwork of Gold Brocade, Silver Brocade and Other Cloths Reportedly Used by Uesugi Kenshin (II)
  Kamiya Eiko
 Explanation of the Plates: Two Eleven-headed Kannons at Fukuchi-in, Hiroshima
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Report of the Institute
No. 218Mar., 1962
 Paintings of Pranidhi Scenes in the Otani Collection
  Kumagai Nobuo
 A Study of the Pranidhi Scene according to the Inscriptions of the Cave Temple No. 9, Bazaklik
  Hirano Shinkan
 Explanation of the Plate: Mural Showing Musicians from Cave 20 (?), Bazaklik (Owned by Mr. Kimura Teizo, Tokyo)
  Kumagai Nobuo
No. 217Mar., 1962
 On the “Standing-tree” Style of Buddhist Sculpture
  Kuno Takeshi
 Aoki Shigeru’s Illustrations for “Story of Bible”
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Material of Art Research: Collected Materials Concerning the Great Buddha of Kamakura
  Tazawa Yutaka
No. 216Jan., 1962
 On Ninsei’s Ceramic Designs
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 The Dobuku in Patchwork of Gold Brocade, Silver Brocade and Other Cloths Reportedly Used by Uesugi Kenshin (I): Report on Costumes Said to Have Been Used by Uesugi Kenshin and Uesugi Kagekatsu
  Kamiya Eiko
 Material for Art Research: Materials about the Shijo School of Painting: The “Brief Genealogy of the Matsumura Family” and Biographies of Matsumura Goshun and Matsumura Keibun
  Nakamura Denzaburo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Bamboos” by Tai Ming-shuo (Coll. Mr. Wada Kanji, Osaka)
  Kawakami Kei
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1960
No. 215Mar., 1961
 A Few Problems Concerning Sotatsu: Introducing Recently Discovered Works of Sotatsu Style
  Tanaka Ichimatsu
 On the Picture-scroll “Love Romance of Lord Takafusa”: The Identification and Historical Character of the Scroll Known as “Fujinami-e Soshi”
  Akiyama Terukazu
 The Picture-scroll “Heike Kindachi Soshi” and Fujiwara Takafusa: The Source of the text of its "Seigaiha" Section
  Nakamura Yoshio
 Report of the Institute
No. 214Mar., 1961
 The Letter in Kana Characters Inscribed on Reverse of a Document among the “Tonan-in Archives” Preserved in the Shoso-in
  Ito Takuji
 Studies on Saigyo’s Calligraphy: Based Especially on a Kana Letter Written by En-i (alias Saigyo) in the Imperial Collection
  Tamura Etsuko
 Report of the Institute
No. 213Mar., 1961
 Goseda Yoshimatsu
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 Reference Materials for Art Research: The Dated Manuscripts Brought Back from Turfan by Reverend Tachibana
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plates: Landscapes, Attributed to Hsia Kuei (Coll. Mr. Nakamura Masae, Kanagawa)
  Kawakami Kei
 Report of the Institute
No. 212Feb., 1961
 The Earliest Buddha Images in the Gandhara Art, an Approach to the Origin of the Buddha Image
  Takata Osamu
 Reference Materials for Art Research: Pigments in the Wall-paintings in Central Asia
  Yamasaki Kazuo
 Explanation of the Plates: The Painted Dado of Cella M. V at Miran Site (Coll. Section of Central Asian Antiquities, National Museum, New Delhi)
  Akiyama Terukazu
 Explanation of the Plates: Wooden Bodhisattva (Maitreya) of Chusho-in, Todai-ji (Nara)
  Tazawa Yutaka
No. 211Dec., 1960
 Pien-wen and Paintings at Tun-huang: Again with Special Reference to the “Magic Competition between Sariputra and Raudraksa (Chiang-mo-pien)”
  Akiyama Terukazu
 Statues in the Tohoku District (II)
  Kuno Takeshi
 A Study on the Material Used for Old Wooden Statues in Japan
  Kohara Jiro
 Report of the Institute
No. 210Sep., 1960
 Statues in the Tohoku District (I)
  Kuno Takeshi
 Statues of Kichijo Ten
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Report of the Institute
 Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1959
No. 209Jun., 1960
 The Halo Donated by O-Enson Dated 594 A. D.
  Kumagai Nobuo
 The Discovery of a Segment of the Text of “Hotaru” Chapter, Genji Monogatari Emaki
  Komatsu Shigemi
 The Ugo-kai Society
  Seki Chiyo
 Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Manzai Jungo, Owned by Sambo-in, Kyoto
  Tani Shin-ichi
 Explanation of the Plate: Buddhist Triad with Inscription Donated by Pao-hua Dated 623 A. D., Coll. Mr. Chun Hyungpil, Seoul
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plate: Sho Kannon (Avalokitesvara), Owned by Myoo-ji, Okayama
  Kuno Takeshi
 Report of the Institute
No. 208Jun., 1960
 Iconography of Ichiji Kinrin Mandara Paintings and Art-historic Researches on their Existing Specimens
  Yanagisawa Taka
 The Gilt Bronze Padmapani Dated 484
  Kumagai Nobuo
 “Three Buddhist Bronzes of the Earliest Age in China” Addendum
  Kumagai Nobuo
 “Sumi-gaki” (Ink Drawing) in the Heian Period
  Akiyama Terukazu
 Report of the Institute
No. 207Jun., 1960
 On the Art of the Saiva Temple Banteay Srei: Its Stylistic Position in the Art History of Cambodia
  Takata Osamu
 On the “Old Kutani” Porcelain with Roundel Medallion Patterns of the So-called Shonzui Style
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 Chinese Buddhist Sculpture of the Five Dynasties
  Matsubara Saburo
No. 206May, 1960
 Western-style Painting in Japan during the Early Meiji Period
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
 The Screen-painting “Autumn Grasses” by Korin
  Yamane Yuzo
 Materials of Art Research: Materials Concerning the Buddhist Sculptor Kojo
  Mizuno Keizaburo
No. 205Apr., 1960
 The “Snow Landscapes along the Liver Chang-chiang” Attributed to Wang Wei
  Yonezawa Yoshiho
 The “Ippen Hijiri-e” and the Artist En-i
  Miya Tsugio
 Report of the Institute
No. 204Jan., 1960
 The Poem Scrolls by Koetsu with Katsuga Decoration: Essays on Hon'ami Koetsu, I
  Ito Takuji
 Unkei and the Statues in Joraku-ji
  Kuno Takeshi
 Related Article: Objects and Inscriptions Inside the Statues in Joraku-ji
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Supplement to “The Statue of Bato Kannon in the Kanzeon-ji”
  Ikawa Kazuko
 Report of the Institute
 General Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1958
No. 203Mar., 1959
 Natabori and Unfinished Statues
  Kuno Takeshi
 A Study on “Jen Chung” Images of Vairocana Dharmakaya
  Yoshimura Rei
 Three Buddhist Bronzes of the Earliest Age in China
  Kumagai Nobuo
 Explanation of the Plate: “Manjusri as a Boy” (a Decorative Painting on Reverse of Cover of Kongo Hannya Haramitsu Sutra, Coll. Daitokyu Kinen Bunko, Tokyo)
  Matsushita Takaaki
 Report of the Institute
No. 202Mar., 1959
 The Five-storied Pagoda at the Kaijusen-ji, Kyoto
  Fukuyama Toshio
 Eastern Wei Sculpture: Its Characteristics and its Connection with Japanese Tori Style Sculpture of the Aska Period
  Matsubara Saburo
 Material for Art Research: Recently Discovered Materials of Art Research: Soju and “Juko's Secrets on Tea-ceremony”
  Nagashima Fukutaro
 Report of the Institute
No. 201Mar., 1959
 Designs on “Old Seto” Porcelain
  Nakagawa Sensaku
 The Work of Taiga during his Twenties: With his Dated Paintings as the Criteria
  Yoshizawa Chu
 Western-style Painting in Japan during the Middle Part of the Meiji Period (III)
  Kumamoto Kenjiro
No. 200Mar., 1959
 A Gilt-bronze Head of Buddha Brought from Khotan
  Kumagai Nobuo
 On Buddhist Statues Found at the Ruins of Sooksoosa Temple Korea
  Kim Che-won
 Report of the Institute

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