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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
 List:No.1~No.433(PDF/807KB)

Number Date Author Title
Number Date Author Title
No.433 Mar., 2021 LEE Minsoo Principal Article: New Figurative Korean Painting (Hangukhwa) in the 1970s and 1980s: From Hyperrealism to Minjoong Art
No.433 Mar., 2021 SHIOYA Jun, ITÔ Fumiko, TANAKA Jun, SAITÔ Tatsuya Materials for Art Researchs: Interactions Between Kuroda Seiki and Kume Keiichirô as Seen in Their Correspondence
No.432 Dec., 2020 HONG Zaixin Principal Article: Advocating Chinese Art and World Literature through Business and Translation: A Study of Wu Hengzhi as a Promotor of Sino- Western Cultural Exchange
No.432 Dec., 2020 EMURA Tomoko Research Note: Tanaka Ichimatsu’s Eye and Hand
No.432 Dec., 2020 YASUNAGA Takuyo Exhibition Review : Viewing the Manago Yûsen: A Painter of Kiitanabe Exhibition: How to Hold Exhibitions that Contribute to the Local Community
No.431 Aug., 2020 YASHIRO Kyôko Principal Article: The Social Background and Production of Komuro Tôru’s Equestrian Statue of Date Masamune
No.431 Aug., 2020 MISHIMA Taiki Principal Article: How to Improve Japanese Local Cultural Property Information Findability with Linked Data-Applications for Local Artwork Searches
No.431 Aug., 2020   Report of the Department of Art Research, Archives and Information Systems
No.430 Mar., 2020 SHEN Ruiwen Principal Article: A Reconsideration of the Tang Tombs in Jinsheng, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province
No.430 Mar., 2020 MAIZAWA Rei Principal Article: Two Paintings of Fudô Myôô The Zenrinji and the Kôkiji Versions
No.430 Mar., 2020 KIKKAWA Hideki Research Note: The Organization and Utilization of Archives Related to Postwar Japanese Art -UCLA Library’s Yoshida Yoshie Papers as Example-
No.430 Mar., 2020 YAMAMOTO Satomi Research Note: Religion and Society in Southern Song Ningbo, as Seen in the Illustrated Manuscript of the Lotus Sutra (Miaofa lianhua jing)
No.429 Jan., 2020 AIZAWA Masahiko Principal Article: The Painting Style of the Kasugamiya Mandala in the Seikadô Bunko Museum of Art
No.429 Jan., 2020 KIM Soyeon Principal Article: How Modern Korean Painters Pursued Asian Painting through Art Studies Abroad, Focusing on Modern Polychrome Painters
No.429 Jan., 2020 KAMIYA Yoshimi Research Note: An investigation of Hira-makie Technique and Materials as Seen Primarily in Namban Lacquer -The Analysis of Gold Forms via Scanning Electron Microscope-
No.429 Jan., 2020 OYAMADA Tomohiro Research Note: The Creation of Cultural Properties Databases and Their Meaning
No.428 Sep., 2019 MIZUNO Yûji Principal Article: Sesson Shûkei and the Rinzai Sect Genjû School
No.428 Sep., 2019 YASUNAGA Takuyo Principal Article: A Landscape Handscroll Attributed to Gion Nankai(Tokyo National Museum)
No.428 Sep., 2019 TATARA Takiko Principal Article: Generational Change in Modern Kyoto Painting Circles: Using the Ex-Doi Tsugiyoshi Materials as Clues
No.428 Sep., 2019   Report of the Department of Art Research, Archives and Information Systems
No.427 Mar., 2019 GE Chengyong Principal Article: Drunken Fulin: The Greek God of Wine in China – The Exotic Myth Motif Seen on Bags Carried by Camel Figurines Excavated at Sui Dynasty Tombs in Xi'an
No.427 Mar., 2019 TADOKORO Tai Principal Article: Takemura Kôai and Female Nihonga Painters in the Meiji Period
No.427 Mar., 2019 EMURA Tomoko Exhibition Review: Unkoku Tôgan: 400th Memorial Retrospective
No.427 Mar., 2019 KATSUMORI Noriko Materials for Art Research: A Reconsideration of Mother-of-Pearl with Ground Color – Based on Techniques Used and Historical Documents
No.427 Mar., 2019 CHIKAMATSU Koji Materials for Art Research: Photographic Facsimiles of Letters Addressed to Kuroda Seiki
No.426 Dec., 2018 MASUDA Masafumi Principal Article: Regarding the Standing Manjusri of Chûgûji – Buddhist Precepts and the Kasuga Faith
No.426 Dec., 2018 TAKATA Tomohito Principal Article: Mother-of-Pearl and Royal Prerogative: Connotations in Pre-Modern and Modern Thai Decorative Arts
No.426 Dec., 2018 INABA (FUJIMURA) Mai Research Note: Changes in Korean Paintings: A Process of Complications and Searching
No.426 Dec., 2018 TSUDA Tetsuei Materials for Art Research: A Wooden Sakyamuni Sculpture at Jôgon’in, Shiga Prefecture – The Central Worship Image at Jionji, a Temple Established by Sasaki Ujiyori (1326-1370)
No.426 Dec., 2018 CHIKAMATSU Koji Materials for Art Research: Deciphering Kuroda Seiki’s Letters
No.425 Jul., 2018 CHOI Yeob Principal Article: Early Modern Period Buddist Paintings and Buddhist Propaganda in Korea
No.425 Jul., 2018 ONO Mayumi and EMI Chizuko Materials for Art Research: Dô no Onkura Okakemono Outasho Kiwame Daitsuke no Chô: A Reprint and Explication
No.425 Jul., 2018 ZHAN Xiaomei Materials for Art Research: The Friendship between Lian Quan and Ômura Seigai: As Seen in Lian Quan’s Letters to Ômura Seigai and his Nanhu’s Japan Travel Journal
No.425 Jul., 2018   Report of the Department of Art Research, Archives and Information Systems
No.424 Mar., 2018 HONG Sunpyo Principal Article: Dream Journey to the Peach Blossom Land : The Reappearance of Paradise and the Establishment of Classical Landscape Paintings
No.424 Mar., 2018 OYAMADA Tomohiro Research Note: Using Wordpress to Construct a Dynamic Website: With the Web Versions of Bukkosha kiji and Bijutsukai nenshi (Ihô) as Examples
No.424 Mar., 2018 TANAKA Jun’ichirô Materials for Art Research: Thoughts on Hashimoto Gahô’s Four Saints: Inoue Enryô’s Philosophy and its Pictorialization
No.424 Mar., 2018   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 419-424
No.423 Jan., 2018 TSUDA Tetsuei Principal Article: Positioning the Konrenji Version of the Yugyô Shonin Engi-e(Illustrated Biography Handscrolls of Ippen and his Disciple Shinkyô)on the Basis of the Text Calligraphers and their Writing Styles
No.423 Jan., 2018 YAMASHITA Yoshiya Principal Article: Kanô Sansetsu and “Japanese (Wa)” Painting Themes ― Regarding the Buke sumô emaki (Samurai Sumô Handscroll)
No.423 Jan., 2018 SHIINO Akifumi Materials for Art Research: Letters from Yamamoto Hôsui to Kuroda Seiki and to Sugi Takejirô: Reproductions, Transcriptions and Interpretations
No.422 Aug., 2017 YAO Chong-xin Principal Article: A Primary Study of a Thousand-Armed, Thousand-Eyed Avalokitesvara Mural Excavated at a Buddhist Temple Site in Domoko, Khotan – Including a Comparison with Dunhuang
No.422 Aug., 2017 TANAKA Atsushi Principal Article: Research on Kishida Ryûsei – Focusing on his Recuperation in “Komazawa-mura Shinmachi”
No.422 Aug., 2017 TANAKA Jun Materials for Art Research: Letters from Kuroda Sadako to Her Adopted Son Kuroda Seiki
No.421 Mar., 2017 EMURA Tomoko Principal Article: Ogata Kôrin’s Time in Edo and Changes in his Brushwork –Focusing on A Budding Plum Tree in the Freer Gallery of Art
No.421 Mar., 2017 YASUNAGA Takuyo Exhibition Review: Viewing the Kakutei on Exhibition
No.421 Mar., 2017 TSUNODA Takurô Materials for Art Research: Reading Goseda Yoshimatsu’s Letters to Kuroda Seiki
No.420 Dec., 2016 MASUKI Ryûsuke Principal Article: Tenth-century Japanese Painters –Various Aspects of Wayô-ka (Shift to Japanese Aesthetics) as Seen from East Asian Painting History
No.420 Dec., 2016 TADOKORO Tai Research Note: Initial Research on Kurihara Gyokuyô
No.420 Dec., 2016 TAKAYAMA Yuri Material for Art Research: Okada Saburôsuke’s Letters to Kuroda Seiki
No.420 Dec., 2016 MATSUMOTO Seiichi Material for Art Research: Okada Saburôsuke and his Wife Yachiyo’s Critiques of the Artist – A Sad Encounter Between Art and Literature
No.419 Jun., 2016 HWANG Bitna Principal Article: The Role and Status of Japanese “Nanga (南画)” Painters in Korean Modern Painting
No.419 Jun., 2016 FUKUNAGA Hachirô Research Note: The Cultural Properties Database of the National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo – The Aims, Elements and Realization of Publications Archives Focused Databases
No.419 Jun., 2016 TOMIZAWA-Kay Eriko Material for Art Research: Album of Nihonga, in the Charles Stewart Smith Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
No.418 Mar., 2016 TSUDA Tetsuei Principal Article: Regarding the Ichiryû Sôshô keizu (Illustrated School Lineage) of the Shinran School in Medieval Japan, Through a Survey of Works Preserved at Chôshôin, Kyoto and Kôshôji, Hiroshima
No.418 Mar., 2016 BAI Qianshen Principal Article: Calligraphy and Everyday Life among Late Qing Officials
No.418 Mar., 2016 KAWAI Daisuke Research Note:Akasegawa Gnpei and The Yamanote Line Incident – Anonymity as a Clue
No.418 Mar., 2016 KOJIMA Kaoru Material for Art Research:Letters by Fujishima Takeji Addressed to Kuroda Seiki and Kume Keiichirô: Facsimiles, Transcriptions and Explanatory Notes (III, cont.) – Focusing on Conditions in his Pre and Post Overseas Study Years
No.417 Jan., 2016 CHEN Yunru Principal Article: Transformation in Bird and Flower Painting from the Eighth to Eleventh Centuries
No.417 Jan., 2016 KOBAYASHI Kôji Research Note: A Consideration of Namban Lacquer Lecterns and Their Dating
No.417 Jan., 2016   Exhibition Review:
No.417 Jan., 2016 TANAKA Atsushi Introduction, Exhibitions Held on the 70th Anniversary of the End of World War II
No.417 Jan., 2016 SAWADA Keizô Exhibitions Held on the 70th Anniversary of the End of World War II – As considered in terms of an awareness of the period designations “pre-war” and “post-war”
No.417 Jan., 2016 TANAKA Atsushi The Curator’s Gaze: Creating History
No.417 Jan., 2016 KOJIMA Kaoru Material for Art Research:Letters by Fujishima Takeji Addressed to Kuroda Seiki and Kume Keiichirô: Facsimiles, Transcriptions and Explanatory Notes (III) – Focusing on Conditions in his Pre and Post Overseas Study Years
No.416 Aug., 2015 Kobayashi Tatsurô Principal Article: Fugen Bosatsu (Skt: Samantabhadra, National Treasure, Tokyo National Museum): An Art Historical Analysis of Its Painting Methods and the “Shôgon” Concept in Heian Period Buddhist Paintings
No.416 Aug., 2015 Kojima Kaoru Materials for Art Research: Letters by Fujishima Takeji Addressed to Kuroda Seiki and Kume Keiichirô: Facsimiles, Transcriptions and Explanatory Notes (II) – The Early Days of the Western Painting Department at Tokyo Bijutsu Gakkô
No.416 Aug., 2015 Tanaka Shûji Material for Art Research:Regarding the Shinkai Taketarô Materials
No.416 Aug., 2015 [Editor] "Report of the Department of Art Research, Archives and Information Systems"
No.415 Mar., 2015 Lee Sangnam Principal Article: A Study of Material Culture Exchanges of the Early Joseon Court Based on Korean Objects in the Môri Museum: With a Focus on the Ôuchi Clan and the Môri Clan
No.415 Mar., 2015   International Symposium on the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property-Recovering “Form”: Towards a More Open Discussion
No.415 Mar., 2015 Yamanashi Emiko Introduction
No.415 Mar., 2015 Fujikawa Satoshi The Katachi of Biennial : Katachi = Bild, Katachi = Image
No.415 Mar., 2015 Satô Naoki The Potential of Katachi [Form] in the History of Japanese Art: Thoughts from a History of Western Art Viewpoint
No.415 Mar., 2015   Research Note:  The “Aspects of Art Archives” Mini-Symposium
No.415 Mar., 2015 Kikkawa Hideki Introduction
No.415 Mar., 2015 Kajiya Kenji Art History in Art Archives
No.415 Mar., 2015 Uesaki Sen Archives and the Avant-Garde: Ephemerality of Expression and the Totality of Archive Materials
No.415 Mar., 2015 Kikkawa Hideki Records and Materials in the Notes Made by the Artist Nakamura Hiroshi: Focusing on the Sightseeing Art Research Institute and the Tokyo Art Pillar Exhibition
No.415 Mar., 2015 Kajiya Kenji, Uesaki Sen and Kikkawa Hideki Discussion
No.415 Mar., 2015 Emura Tomoko Materials for Art Research: Comment on Little Known Paintings: A Brief Introduction to Works in the Portland Art Museum (Ⅱ)
No.415 Mar., 2015 Kojima Kaoru Material for Art Research: Letters by Fujishima Takeji Addressed to Kuroda Seiki and Kume Keiichirô: Facsimiles, Transcriptions and Explanatory Notes (Ⅰ): Focusing on Conditions during his Tsu Period
No.414 Feb., 2015 Tsuda Tetsuei, Marukawa Yuso, Yoshizaki Mayumi, Nakamura Yoshifumi and Kikkawa Hideki Research Note: Research on the Internet Version of Mizue: Prospects for the Digital Publication of Art-related Materials and Art Archives
No.414 Feb., 2015 Tsuda Tetsuei Material for Art Research: Wooden Core, Dry Lacquer Standing Eleven-Headed Ekādaśmukha (Jûichimen-Kan’non), Kanzanji, Shiga Prefecture
No.414 Feb., 2015 Watada Minoru, Emura Tomoko, Tsuchiya Takahiro Material for Art Research: Comments on Little Known Paintings: A Brief Introduction to Works in the Portland Art Museum (1)
No.414 Feb., 2015 Someya Kaori Material for Art Research: Gaden Yôgaku Enogu Saishiki Hitorigeiko (1834, Tenpô 5)
No.414 Feb., 2015 Yoshida Chizuko Material for Art Research: Letters from Foreign Students Studying in Japan to Kuroda Seiki: Reproductions, Transcriptions, Interpretations
No.413 Nov., 2014 Satô Masatoshi A Reconsideration of the Seated Nyoirin Kannon Bosatsu (Cakravarti-cintamani avalokitesvara bodhisattava) at Kanshinji
No.413 Nov., 2014 Choi Yeob Korean Buddhism in Modern Era and the Production of Buddhist Paintings
No.413 Nov., 2014 Kobayashi Kôji Exhibition Review : Two Exhibitions held on Namban Lacquer in 2013:-Lacas Namban (Madrid) and Date Masamune's Dream: The Keicho Envoy to Europe and Namban Culture (Sendai)
No.413 Nov., 2014 Ueno Kenzô Materials for Art Research: Introduction of a Newly Discovered Work: The Exhibition Catalogue for the 8th Hakuba-kai Exhibition
No.412 Mar., 2014 Li Qingquan New Discoveries at Tuyuq Grottoes in Turfan: A Discussion on Gaochang Buddhist Images in the 5th century
No.412 Mar., 2014 Suzuki Hiroyuki Exhibition Review : Kano Sanraku and Sansetsu
No.412 Mar., 2014 Watada Minoru, Tsuchiya Takahiro, Ôtsuki Chifuyu and Sato Naoko Materials for Art Research: The Guimet Version Illustrated Handscrolls of the Legend of Tenjin, (Dajôitokuten-engi-emaki) - Transcription of All Text Passages and Reproduction of All Painting Sections (Pt. III)
No.412 Mar., 2014 Tanaka Atsushi Materials for Art Research: Transcription of Ogawa Kazumasa’s Letters to Kuroda Seiki and Kuroda Seiki’s View on Photography
No.412 Mar., 2014 Okatsuka Akiko Materials for Art Research: Meiji Photography Groups and the Nobility - From Considerations of Ogawa Kazumasa’s Achievements
No.411 Feb., 2014 Li Qingquan Spatial Logic and Visual Meaning (Pt. II): A New Theory on the Furan Qimen Images in Song, Liao and Jin Dynasties Tomb Chambers
No.411 Feb., 2014 Ôtani Shôgo Ai-Mitsu's Landscape with an Eye (Pt. II)
No.411 Feb., 2014 Watada Minoru, Tsuchiya Takahiro, Ôtsuki Chifuyu and Sato Naoko Materials for Art Research: The Guimet Version Illustrated Handscrolls of the Legend of Tenjin, (Dajôitokuten-engi-emaki) - Transcription of All Text Passages and Reproduction of All Painting Sections (Pt. II)
No.411 Feb., 2014 Saitô Yôich Materials for Art Research: Thoughts on Hana-no-kage, a Photography journal Published by the Japanese Nobility: Activities of Noble Photography Aficionados in the Late Meiji Period and Their Interactions with Ogawa Kazumasa and Kuroda Seiki
No.410 Sep., 2013 Li Qingquan Spatial Logic and Visual Meaning (Pt. I): A New Theory on the Furan Qimen Images in Song, Liao and Jin Dynasties Tomb Chambers
No.410 Sep., 2013 Tanaka Den The Subject and Source of Kikkawa Reika's Encountering Sorro
No.410 Sep., 2013 Ôtani Shôgo Ai-Mitsu's Landscape with an Eye (Pt. I)
No.410 Sep., 2013 Watada Minoru Materials for Art Research: An Explication of the Guimet Version Illustrated Handscrolls of the Legend of Tenjin, (Dajôitokuten-engi-emaki)
No.410 Sep., 2013 Watada Minoru, Tsuchiya Takahiro, Ôtsuki Chifuyu and Sato Naoko Materials for Art Research: The Guimet Version Illustrated Handscrolls of the Legend of Tenjin, (Dajôitokuten-engi-emaki) - Transcription of All Text Passages and Reproduction of All Painting Sections (Pt. I)
No.409 Mar., 2013 "Park Eun-kyung, Han Jung-ho" The Changed Principle of the Placement Form of the Four Deva’s Images and Their Names in the Joseon Dynasty
No.409 Mar., 2013 Kobayashi Tatsuro Research Note: "Kokuzo Bosatsu (Skt: Akasagarbha, National Treasure, Tokyo National Museum): An Art Historical Analysis of its Painting Methods"
No.409 Mar., 2013 Yamanashi Emiko "Exhibition Review: Two Exhibitions of Chen Cheng-po in Taipei: Journey through Jiangnan - A Pivotal Moment in Chen Cheng-po’s Artistic Quest (Taipei Fine Arts Museum), and Under a Searing Sun - A Solo Exhibition by Chen Cheng-po (Taiwan Soka Association’s Chih-shan Art and Culture Center)"
No.408 Jan., 2013 Tsuda Tetsuei Regarding the Dating of the Bukkoji Version of the Illustrated Life of Shinran (Shinran-e)
No.408 Jan., 2013 Sarai Mai "Standing Image of Jizo Bosatsu at Jinkoin, Kyoto"
No.408 Jan., 2013 Watada Minoru The On-E-Kagami: A Printed Painting Manual from 1700 (Genroku 13)
No.407 Sep., 2012 Hsing I-tien "A Preliminary Methodology on Han Dynasty Carvings: Taking “The Retrieval of the Tripod Carving” as an Example"
No.407 Sep., 2012 Watada Minoru "Paintings Inscribed by Chikuan Daien in 1435 (Eikyo 7): The Matsuoka Museum of Art’s Shubun Painting and the Museum of East Asian Art, Cologne’s Girl Ling-chao"
No.407 Sep., 2012 Shioya Jun Akimoto Shatei and Meiji Era Nihonga (Part II)
No.407 Sep., 2012 Tsuda Tetsuei "Book Review: Ito Daisuke, Shozoga no Jidai: Chusei Keiseiki ni okeru Kaiga no Shisoteki Shinso [The Age of Portraits: The Philosophical Depths of Painting During Japan’s Early Medieval Period]"
No.407 Sep., 2012 [Editor] "Report of the Department of Art Research, Archives and Information Systems"
No.406 Mar., 2012 Tsukamoto Maromitsu Imperial Cultural Properties and Kaifeng in the Early Northern Song Dynasty: The Culture of the Imperial Court and the Buddhist Temples Qishengchanyuan and Daxiangguosi (Part II)
No.406 Mar., 2012 Tsuda Tetsuei The Production of Portrait Sculptures of Deceased Medieval Period
No.406 Mar., 2012   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 401-406
No.405 Jan., 2012   Special Edition: Japanese-Korean Symposia “The Dynamics of Interaction between People and Objects: ‘Appraisal’ in Art History”
No.405 Jan., 2012 Tanaka Atsushi Foreword for Special Edition
No.405 Jan., 2012 (Editor) Report of Two Symposia
No.405 Jan., 2012 Hong Sun-pyo The Glory and Failure of a Nationalist Korean Art History: The Interpretation and Evaluation of Late Choson Painting
No.405 Jan., 2012 Tanaka Atsushi Creativity and Value: Focusing on Yorozu Tetsugoro’s Woman with a Balloon
No.405 Jan., 2012 Watada Minoru The Long Landscape Handscroll: Towards a Re-Evaluation of Sesshu
No.405 Jan., 2012 Chang Chin-sung The Fallacy of Love: How to Interpret and Write about the Life and Work of Chong Son
No.405 Jan., 2012 Emura Tomoko The Expressive World of Early Edo Period Genre Paintings
No.405 Jan., 2012 Moon Jung-hee Shi Tao, the Sight of Evaluation as the Modern Individualism
No.405 Jan., 2012 Tanaka Atsushi Review of the Symposium in Tokyo
No.405 Jan., 2012 Inaba Mai Review of the Symposium in Seoul
No.404 Aug., 2011 Tsukamoto Maromitsu Imperial Cultural Properties and Kaifeng in the Early Northern Song Dynasty: The Culture of the Imperial Court and the Buddhist Temples Qishengchanyuan and Daxiangguosi (Part I)
No.404 Aug., 2011 Shioya Jun Akimoto Shatei and Meiji Era Nihonga (Part I)
No.404 Aug., 2011 Choi Gongho The Original Context of the Modern History of Craft Reflected in a Photograph
No.404 Aug., 2011 Sarai Mai Material for Art Research: Standing Image of Yakushi Nyorai at Jinkoin, Kyoto
No.404 Aug., 2011 Tsuda Tetsuei Material for Art Research: Standing Image of Prince Shotoku at Korinji, Iwate
No.404 Aug., 2011 Matthew P. McKelway Book Review: Kojima Michihiro, Egakareta Sengoku no Kyoto
No.404 Aug., 2011   Report of the Department of Art Research, Archives and Information Systems
No.403 Mar., 2011 Sarai Mai Historical Consideration of the Yakushi Nyorai Image at Jingoji
No.403 Mar., 2011 Tsuchiya Takahiro The Studio That Painted the Tengu Soshi
No.402 Feb., 2011 Shih Shou-chien From Xia Wenyan to Sesshu: The Precious Mirror of Painting and the Shaping of Historical Knowledge of Landscape Painting in East Asia in the 14th and 15th centuries
No.402 Feb., 2011 Yamanashi Emiko Explanation of the Plates: Works by Kuroda Seiki Donated to the Tokyo National Museum in the Fiscal Year of 2009: Boat, Peonies, Battle of Niryusan in Sino-Japanese War and Two Portraits of Hayashi Masahumi
No.401 Aug., 2010 Chung Woo-thak An Iconographic Study of Birth of Sakyamuni Imagery in the Joseon Dynasty Korea
No.401 Aug., 2010 Shioya Jun Study of Kawabata Gyokusho (Part III)
No.401 Aug., 2010 Tsuda Tetsuei Material for Art Research: Standing Image of the Two-year-old Prince Shotoku (Namu-butsu Taishi) in the Nara National Museum
No.401 Aug., 2010 Sarai Mai Book Review: Tomishima Yoshiyuki, Mikkyo Kukan Shiron [Research on the History of Esoteric Buddhist Spaces]
No.401 Aug., 2010   Report of the Department of Research Programming
No.400 Mar., 2010 Lei Yuhua, Li Yuqun, Luo Jinyong Southern Dynasty Buddhist Stone Sculptures in Wenchuan County, Sichuan Province
No.400 Mar., 2010 Watada Minoru Study of Unkoku Togan’s Crows in Plum Trees: From the Guest House at Najima Castle to the Audience House at Fukuoka Castle
No.400 Mar., 2010 Morishita Masaaki Research Note: Contemporary Art and Museums: Artist Interview Archives of the Tate and the INCCA
No.400 Mar., 2010 Park So-hyun Book Review: Yoshida Chizuko, Kindai Higashi Asia Bijutsu Ryugakusei no Kenkyu [Research on Modern East Asian Overseas Art Students]: Imagining a Transnational Archive
No.400 Mar., 2010   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 359-400
No.399 Jan., 2010 Tsuchiya Takahiro Positioning The Tales of Ise in the Teshhinsai Bunko Collection
No.399 Jan., 2010 Shioya Jun Study of Kawabata Gyokusyô (Part II)
No.399 Jan., 2010 Emura Tomoko Research Note: The Colors of Memory: An Observation on the Depiction of Figural Genre Images in Pleasure Quarter Paintings
No.399 Jan., 2010 Emura Tomoko Exhibition Review: Paintings of Korea’s Joseon Dynasty and Japan (Tochigi Prefectural Art Museum and Three Other Venues)
No.398 Aug., 2009 Sarai Mai The Yakushi Triad at Daigoji and the Structures of Temple Foundation during the Early Heian Period (Vol. III)
No.398 Aug., 2009 Yen Chuan-ying The Demise of Japanese-style Painting (Nihonga) in Taiwan: Local Color and Refracted Modernity
No.398 Aug., 2009 Tanaka Atsushi Research Note: The “New Woman” and Woman with a Balloon: What Lay behind the Creation of Yorozu Tetsugoro’s Woman with a Balloon and its Expression
No.398 Aug., 2009 Tsuda Tetsuei Material for Art Research: Hollow Dry Lacquer Standing Bodhisattva
No.398 Aug., 2009 Kikuya Yoshio, Shioya Jun Material for Art Research: Compilation of Materials Related to the Sango-Kai (Appendix, Part II)
No.398 Aug., 2009   Report of the Department of Research Programming
No.397 Mar., 2009 LimYoung-ae Imagesof “Foreigners” in Pictures of Wrestling in Tomb Wall Paintings During theKoguryo Dynasty
No.397 Mar., 2009 Tsunoda Takuro A Long-Puzzling Self-Portrait by MitsutaniKunishiro: The Importance of the Goseda Studio in Modern Japanese Art History
No.397 Mar., 2009 Tanaka Atsushi Explanationof the Plates: Yorozu Tetsugoro’s Acrobats and Road under the Sun
No.397 Mar., 2009 Tsuda Tetsuei BookReview: Onishi Makiko, Saiho-jodohen no Kenkyu [Study of Paintings of Amitabha’s WesternParadise]
No.396 Nov., 2008 Watanabe Yuji The Context of the Juko-in Main Hall Wall Panel Paintings
No.396 Nov., 2008 Watada Minoru A Hypothesis on the Establishment Date of Juko-in: For A Reconsideration of its Wall Panel Paintings
No.396 Nov., 2008 Takahashi Shuji Research Note: Report on the Discovery of Torn Trousers by Fuji Gazo
No.396 Nov., 2008 Watada Minoru Exhibition Review: Kano Eitoku Exhibition (Kyoto National Museum)
No.395 Aug., 2008 Zheng Yan Reflections on the Problem of Audience for Han Dynasty Funerary Carved Pictorial Images
No.395 Aug., 2008 Watada Minoru Jiboku Sôtan (Part 3)
No.395 Aug., 2008 Tanaka Atsushi Research Note: Odaka Sen’nosuke and Kishida Ryûsei
No.395 Aug., 2008 Kobayashi Mioko Research Note: For a Smooth Surface: A Reconsideration of Koide Narashige
No.395 Aug., 2008   Report of the Department of Research Programming
No.394 Mar., 2008 Watada Minoru Jiboku Sôtan (Part 2)
No.394 Mar., 2008 Aizawa Masahiko Tosa Mitsuyoshi and Large-Format Paintings
No.394 Mar., 2008 Chang Chin-sung Between Non-Attachment and Obsession: The Collecting Culture of Late Choson Korea
No.394 Mar., 2008 Emura Tomoko Material for Art Research: Scenes from the Tale of the Soga Brothers, Pair of Six-panel Screens by Tosa Mitsuyoshi
No.394 Mar., 2008   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 389-394
No.393 Jan., 2008 Katsuki Gen'ichirô The Reception of Amitabha Pure Land Images in Ancient Japan and Its Phases: Focusing on the True Nature of the Reception of the Horyûji Kondo Wall Painting No. 6 and the Taima Mandala and the Formation of Related Discourse
No.393 Jan., 2008 Sarai Mai The Yakushi Triad at Daigoji and the Structures of Temple Foundation
during the Early Heian Period (Part 2)
No.393 Jan., 2008 Watada Minoru Jiboku Sôtan (Part 1)
No.393 Jan., 2008 Tanaka Atsushi Exhibition Review: Three Early Shôwa Era Painters: Kojima Zenzaburô, Tsuruoka Masao, Ai-Mitsu
No.393 Jan., 2008 Tsuda Tetsuei Book Review: Nedachi Kensuke, Nihon Chusei no Busshi to Shakai : Unkei to Keiha,Shichijô Busshi wo Chûsin ni[Japanese Medieval Buddhist Sculptors and Society: Unkei, the Kei School, and the Shichijô Busshi]
No.392 Sep., 2007 Sarai Mai The Yakushi Triad at Daigoji and the Structures of Temple Foundation
during the Early Heian Period (Part 1)
No.392 Sep., 2007 Emura Tomoko The Wealth from Birth on the Path to Becoming a Painter: The Environment Surrounding Ogata Kôrin and his Creation of Art Works
No.392 Sep., 2007 Shioya Jun Research on Kawabata Gyokusyô -I-
No.392 Sep., 2007 Kuraya Mika The Lower Half of the Painting: Japanese Nude Paintings from 1890 to 1945
No.392 Sep., 2007 Toda Teisuke Exhibition Review: Urgami Gyokudô Exhibition
No.392 Sep., 2007   Reports from the Editorial Committee and the Department of Fine Arts
No.391 Mar., 2007 Chen Fangmei Seeking the Three Dynasties among the Ritual Vessels of Old: The Sung Dynasty Shift from "Investigating Antiquity" to "Appreciating Antiquity"
No.391 Mar., 2007 Pak Eunkyung A New Interpretation of the Food-Offering Figures in the Water-Moon Avalokitesvara Painting at Daitokuji in Kyoto
No.391 Mar., 2007 Aizawa Masahiko Haboku Landscape and Sôen
No.391 Mar., 2007 Aoki Shigeru Exhibition Review: Mori Ôgai and Japanese Modern Art
No.391 Mar., 2007 Tsuda Tetsuei Material for Art Research: Copy Figures of the Central Worship Images at Zenkôji
No.390 Dec., 2006 Tanaka Atsushi Kôki-Inshoha: Japanese Post-Impressionism around 1912
No.390 Dec., 2006 Shioya Jun Explanation of Plates: Kikuchi Yôsai's Kannon Sutra in the Biblioteque Nationale de France
No.390 Dec., 2006 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Explanation of the Plate: Huang Fuzhou's Shebua (Tongue Painting): Study Materials on Painting during China's Republican Period
No.390 Dec., 2006 Sarai Mai Exhibition Review: Ko-Mikkyô: The Incipient Stages of Japanese Esoteric Buddhism
No.390 Dec., 2006 Tanaka Atsushi Exhibition Review: Cubism in Asia: Unbounded Dialogues
No.390 Dec., 2006 Kim Hyeshin Exhibition Review: The Cubism of Asia as Seen in Seoul's Old Palace, Cubism in Asia: Unbounded Dialogues
No.390 Dec., 2006 Hida Romi Book Review: A Century of Chinese Sculpture Studies in Japan: Reading Ishimatsu Hinako's Buddhist Images in the Northern Wei Period
No.390 Dec., 2006 Yamanashi Emiko Book Review: Arayashiki Toru's Grez-Sur-Loin et le Japon: Deux Artistes Japonais, Kouroda Seiki et Asai Chû
No.389 Jun., 2006 Xie Mingliang The Appreciation of Guan Wares in Late Ming China and the Taste for Suiqi Cracked Ware
No.389 Jun., 2006 Ushiroshoji Masahiro Public Art at an Imperial University: Aoyama Kumaji's Mural for the Engineering Department of Kyushu University
No.389 Jun., 2006 Asai Kyoko Book Review: Yoshizawa Katsuhiro's Hakuin: Zenga no Sekai [The World of Zen Painting]
No.389 Jun., 2006 Kitazawa Noriaki Book Review: Living Painters, Or the Paradox of Distance: Tanaka Atsushi's Gaka no iru 'basho': Kindai NIhon Bijutsu no kisô kara[The Place of Painter: From the basic levels of Modern Japanese Painting]
No.389 Jun., 2006 Tsuda Tetsuei, Sarai Mai SeMaterial for Art Research: Seated Wooden Bodhisattva at Hôonji, Hyôgo Prefecture
No.389 Jun., 2006 Dainobu Yuji Material for Art Research: Kuroda Seiki's Notebook Recording his Letter Drafts and Diary for 1888 (Part III)
No.389 Jun., 2006 Tanaka Atsushi Material for Art Research: Kuroda Seiki's Notebook recording his Letter Drafts and Diary for 1888
No.389 Jun., 2006   Reports from the Editorial Committee and the Department of Fine Arts
No.388 Feb., 2006 Christine Guth The Loaded Language of Cross-Cultural Evaluation: Curiosities, Curios, and Japan
No.388 Feb., 2006 Kim Young-na Lee In-sung's “Local Colors”: Nationalism or Colonialism?
No.388 Feb., 2006 Shioya Jun Explanation of Plate: Kano Shosen'in Tabdanobu's Tatsuta Screen in the Baur Collections, Geneva
No.388 Feb., 2006 Watada Minoru Exhibition Review: A Feeling of “Inkiness” Hard to Position in Art History: Viewing the Takada Keiho and Koizumi Ayaru Exhibition
No.388 Feb., 2006 Toda Teisuke Exhibition Review: Sesshu and painting of the Ming Dynasty (Nezu Institute of Fine Arts)
No.388 Feb., 2006 Dainobu Yuji Material for Art Research: Kuroda Seiki's Notebook Recording his Letter Drafts and Diary for 1888 (Part II)
No.388 Feb., 2006   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 383-388
No.387 Oct., 2005 Tsuruta Takeyoshi On Western-Style Japanese Paintings Displayed in the First National Art Exhibition Held by the Ministry of Education of the Republic China, 1929: Research on the History of Chinese Painting of the Past 100 Years --VIII--
No.387 Oct., 2005 Tanaka Atsushi Exhibition Review: Regarding Early Showa Era Paintings
No.387 Oct., 2005 Nagoya Akira Exhibition Review: Thoughts on the Early Sutra Copies Exhibition
No.387 Oct., 2005 Arayashiki Toru Book Review: The Pantheon-kai Journal: A Social Meeting Ground for Japanese Students in Paris from 1900-1903
No.387 Oct., 2005 Dainobu Yuji Material for Art Research: Kuroda Seiki's Notebook Recording his Letter Drafts and Diary for 1888 (Part I)
No.386 Jun., 2005 Watada Minoru The Twenty-eight Patriarchs at Sofukuji: From Unkoku Toeki and Mincho to Sesshu and Bunsei
No.386 Jun., 2005 Christophe Marquet Emmanuel Tronquois and the Mid-Meiji Era Western Painting Circles
No.386 Jun., 2005 Kobayashi Hiromitsu Exhibition Review: Southern Song Paintings: Elegant and Noble in Soul (Nezu Institute of Fine Arts)
No.386 Jun., 2005 Omote Tomoyuki Book Review: Changing Antiquarian Interests in the Early Meiji Era: A Review of Suzuki Hiroyuki's Antiquarian's 19th Century
No.386 Jun., 2005 Namiki Seishi Book Review: Takagishi Akira's Power and Painting in Muromachi Japan: A Study of the Early Tosa School
No.385 Feb., 2005 Yanagisawa Taka New Information Regarding the Yellow Acalanatha (Ki-Fudo) Painting of Onjoji: Conservation Report
No.385 Feb., 2005 Takata Osamu Reading Yanagisawa Taka's “New Information Regarding the Yellow Acalanatha (Ki-Fudo) Painting of Onjoji”
No.385 Feb., 2005 Choe Song-geun Research on the Stone Standing Triad at Gaetaesa Temple: The Emergence of the Newly Unified Goryeo Dynasty and Buddhist Sculpture
No.385 Feb., 2005 Toda Teisuke Exhibition Review: Thoughts on the Rimpa Exhibition (National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo)
No.384 Nov., 2004 Rong Xin-jiang From Sogdia to China: The Transformation of Sogdian Zoroastrian Art during its Eastward Migration
No.384 Nov., 2004 Murakami Hiroya The Dialectics of Self-Image: An Interpretation of Matsumoto Shunsuke's Portrait of the Artist, Standing Figure, Five People, and Three People (Part II)
No.384 Nov., 2004 Shioya Jun Explanation of Plates: Gyoshu's Drawings of an Infant
No.384 Nov., 2004 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material of Art Research: Publication of the Entire Set of Exhibited Works Catalogues for the Nikka (Chunichi) Kaiga Rengo Tenrankai (The Sino-Japanese Joint Exhibitions of Paintings): Research on the History of Chinese Painting of the Past 100 Years --VII, Continued--
No.383 Aug., 2004 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Regarding the Nikka (Chunichi) Kaiga Rengo Tenrankai (The Shino-Japanese Joint Exhibitions of Paintings): Research on the History of Chinese Painting of the Past 100 Years --VII--
No.383 Aug., 2004 Murakami Hiroya The Dialectics of Self-Image: An Interpretation of Matsumoto Shunsuke's Portrait of the Artist, Standing Figure, Five People, and Three People (Part I)
No.383 Aug., 2004 Suzuki Hiroyuki Research Note: W. Anderson’s “A History of Japanese Art” (1879)
No.382 Mar., 2004 Shih Shou-chien The Spirit of Immortals: Chen Zihe and the Taoist Ink Painting during the Ming Dynasty
No.382 Mar., 2004 Tsuda Tetsuei Explanation of Plates: A Portrait of Honen Shonin at Chion-in, Kyoto
No.382 Mar., 2004 Tanaka Atsushi Exhibition Review: Aoki Shigeru and Romanticism in Modern Japanese Art
No.382 Mar., 2004   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 377-382
No.381 Mar., 2004 Watada Minoru Sesshu in China: Unique Experiences for a Monk-Painter
No.381 Mar., 2004 Hayashi Yoko The Peripatetic Artist Foujita Tsuguharu: Discovering America after Japan and France
No.381 Mar., 2004 Asano Toru Book Review: Memories and Records: Reading Kimura Shohachi Diaries, Meiji Volume, Annotation and Research
No.380 Mar., 2004 Editorial Committee New Editorial Policies
No.380 Mar., 2004 Hong Sun-pyo The Realm of “Self-Pleasure” and “Depicting Thoughts”: Creative Trends and Painting Production Amongst Yeohang Munin during the Late Choson Period
No.380 Mar., 2004 Tanaka Atsushi Research Note: Aoki Shigeru and Kishida Ryusei
No.379 Mar., 2003 Suzuki Hiroyuki Koji Junrei (A Pilgrimage to Old Temples) by Watsuji Tetsuro: A Pervasive Aesthetic
No.379 Mar., 2003 Shioya Jun Explanation of Plates: Painting Albums in the Collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
No.378 Mar., 2003 Tsuda Tetsuei Thoughts on the Komyo Honzon Sacred Light Buddhist Inscription
No.378 Mar., 2003 Yamanashi Emiko Material for Art Research: The Kawahara Keiga Painting Archives in the Kunstkamera, Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography, St. Petersburg
No.377 Feb., 2003 Shioya Jun The Road to “the Ideal Painting”: After Hashimoto Gaho's Dragon and Tiger
No.377 Feb., 2003 Kikuya Yoshio Thoughts on the Sango-kai
No.377 Feb., 2003 Kikuya Yoshio, Shioya Jun eds. Material for Art Research: Compilation of Materials Related to the Sango-kai
No.376 Mar., 2002 Shimao Arata Research on Sesshu Toyo (4): Information Gleaned from the Autumn and Winter Landscape
No.376 Mar., 2002 Shirono Seiji The Formation and Use of Infra-red Images
No.376 Mar., 2002 Nakano Teruo Explanation of Plate: Hungry Ghosts, The Kannonkyo-ji, Chiba
No.376 Mar., 2002 Kikuya Yoshio, Shioya Jun eds. Material for Art Research: Compilation of Materials Related to the Sango-kai
No.376 Mar., 2002   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 371-376
No.375 Mar., 2002 Tsuda Tetsuei Shinran's Face: Preliminary Research on Shinshu Sect Portrait Sculpture from Japan's Medieval Period
No.375 Mar., 2002 Nagai Takanori Cezannism in Japan: The Aesthetic Roots of 1920s Japan's Personalist Interpretation of Cezanne and the Context of Thought and Artistic Creation Related to the Formation of this Interpretation
No.374 Feb., 2002 Cho Sum-mie The Portrait Paintings of the Choson Dynasty: Categories and Social Function
No.374 Feb., 2002 Tanaka Atsushi Koki-Inshoha: Japanese Post-Impressionism around 1912 (III of Second Series)
No.373 Mar., 2000 Okada Ken Research on Dharma-cakra Mudra Amitabha Images in the Early Tang Dynasty
No.373 Mar., 2000 Ide Seinosuke Material for Art Research: Introduction to Jianxin Laifu’s Dangyouji (With a Brief Chronology of Jianxin Laifu)
No.372 Mar., 1999 Shimao Arata Research on Sesshu Toyo (3): Information Gleaned from the Autumn and Winter Landscape
No.372 Mar., 1999 Tanaka Atsushi Koki-Inshoha: Japanese Post-Impressionism around 1912 (II of Second Series)
No.371 Mar., 1999 Tamamushi Satoko Transitions in the Image of Korin -- 1815-1915
No.371 Mar., 1999 Okada Ken Toji’s Bishamonten Image: Thoughts on the Traditional Belief that the Image was Installed in the Rajomon Gate and its Dating (Second Half)
No.370 Mar., 1998 Okada Ken Toji’s Bishamonten Image: Thoughts on the Traditional Belief that the Image was Installed in the Rajomon Gate and its Dating
No.370 Mar., 1998 Matsuura Masaaki The Transmission to Japan of the Bishamonten Doctrine and the Bishamonten Statue Enshrined on the Rajomon Gate
No.370 Mar., 1998   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 365-370
No.369 Mar., 1998 Tanaka Atsushi Koki-Inshoha: Japanese Post-Impressionism around 1912 (First Half of Second in a Series of Three)
No.369 Mar., 1998 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Chinese Art Students in Europe: Research on the History of Chinese Painting of the Past 100 Years --VI--
No.368 Dec., 1997 Tanaka Atsushi Koki-Inshoha: Japanese Post-Impressionism around 1912 (Part I)
No.368 Dec., 1997 Okada Ken Explanation of the Plates: Standing Buddha, Komyoji, Nara
No.367 Mar., 1997 Arayashiki Toru Seiki Kuroda in Grez-sur-Loing: His Friendship with William Blair Bruce and Caroline Benedicks Bruce
No.367 Mar., 1997 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Chinese Art Students in Japan: Research on the History of Chinese Painting of the Past One Hundred Years (Part V)
No.367 Mar., 1997 Shimao Arata Explanation of the Plates: Two Landscape Handscrolls in the Xia Gui Style
No.366 Feb., 1997 Andrew M. Watsky Memorializing Sutemaru: Regarding the Moya of the Tsukubushima Sanctuary Main Hall
No.366 Feb., 1997 Okada Ken Material for Art Research: Buddhist Sculptures of Huangshi-ya (Yellow-stone) Cliff in Licheng, Shandong
No.365 Oct., 1996 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Art Education in the Late Qing Dynasty and Early Chinese Republic Period
No.365 Oct., 1996 Ide Seinosuke Explanation of the Plates: The Putuoloushan-shengjingtu at Joshoji, Nagano
No.364 Mar., 1996 Nakano Teruo Chinese Style Paintings in the Kucha Region
No.364 Mar., 1996 Miyazaki Noriko The Iconography of Chinese Bird and Flower Painting: The Reception of and Hidden Meanings in Fish in Duckweed, Waterfowl in Lotus Pond, and Insects in Grass
No.364 Mar., 1996 Ueno Kenzo Material for Art Research: Newspaper Articles Related to the Hakuba-kai
No.364 Mar., 1996   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 359-364
No.363 Jan., 1996 Miyazaki Noriko The Iconography of Chinese Bird and Flower Painting: The Reception of and Hidden Meanings in Fish in Duckweed, Waterfowl in Lotus Pond, and Insects in Grass
No.363 Jan., 1996 Shimao Arata Painting as Document: The Image and Poem of Wang Xizhi Writing on a Fan
No.363 Jan., 1996 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Concerning Tao Lengyue (Complement)
No.363 Jan., 1996 Tanaka Atsushi Explanation of the Plates: Study of Face by Sogame Hirotaro
No.362 Mar., 1995 Ide Seinosuke A Koryo Painting of Amida and the Fugen Gyogan-bon
No.362 Mar., 1995 Tani Akira Material for Art Research: Paintings Mentioned in Tea Ceremony Diaries
No.361 Mar., 1995 Suzuki Hiroyuki Paintings Crossing Sea Borders: The Significance of “Kara-e” in Fifteenth-century East Asia
No.361 Mar., 1995 Hiroi Yuichi Hyogo-kusari and Nagafukurin Swords: Their Date of Production: Focussing on the Swords at Itukushima Shrine
No.361 Mar., 1995 Tsumori Atsuo, Nakamura Setsuko Material for Art Research: List of Catalogues of Auctions for All of Japan
No.360 Oct., 1994 Okada Ken The Gongxian Grottoes and Early Tang Dynasty Sculptural Style
No.360 Oct., 1994 Maribeth Graybill Painting as Family Business: The Rhetoric of Style in Portraiture by Nobuzane and His Heirs
No.360 Oct., 1994 Tsumori Atsuo, Nakamura Setsuko Material for Art Research: List of Catalogues of Auctions for All of Japan
No.359 Mar., 1994 Nagaoka Ryusaku The Topology of the Standing Image of Yakushi-Nyorai of Jingoji: The Mountain and Yakushi in the Early Heian Period
No.359 Mar., 1994 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Explanation of the Plates: Papier Colle Works by Yang Weiquan
No.359 Mar., 1994 Yokomizo Hiroko Material for Art Research: Draft for Japanese Catalogue of Vienna Universal Exhibition (Section of Arts and Crafts, Part III)
No.358 Dec., 1993 Suzuki Hiroyuki The Reception and Reproduction of Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers: Paintings’ Milieu in the Fifteenth Century
No.358 Dec., 1993 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Concerning Tao Lagyue: A Study of Chinese Painting in the Past One Hundred Years (Part III)
No.358 Dec., 1993 Yokomizo Hiroko Material for Art Research: Draft for Japanese Catalogue of Vienna Universal Exhibition (Section of Arts and Crafts, Part II)
No.358 Dec., 1993   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 353-358
No.357 Jul., 1993 Okada Ken, Ishimatsu Hinako A Study of the Robes of Buddha Images in the Period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties (Part II)
No.357 Jul., 1993 Sato Doshin Painting and Language (Part II): Artists’ “Gago (Elegant Pseudonym)” and Ideal World View
No.357 Jul., 1993 Yamanashi Emiko Explanation of the Plates: Koyama Shotaro “Autumn Landscape”
No.357 Jul., 1993 Yokomizo Hiroko Material for Art Research: Draft for Japanese Catalogue of Vienna Universal Exhibition (Section of Arts and Crafts, Part I)
No.356 Mar., 1993 Okada Ken, Ishimatsu Hinako A Study of the Robes of Buddha Images in the Period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties (Part I)
No.356 Mar., 1993 Shimao Arata A Study of Sesshu Toyo (Part II): Painters Described in the Gozan Literature
No.356 Mar., 1993 Nakano Teruo Explanation of the Plates: On Two “Ksitigarbha with the Ten Kings of Hell” Paintings
No.355 Jan., 1993 Aizawa Masahiko A Short Study on Maejima Soyu: A Report on the Newly Discovered Farming Scenes of the four Seasons Screen
No.355 Jan., 1993 Ide Seinosuke On Lu Xinzhong: Historical Changes in Nirvana Paintings (Part II)
No.355 Jan., 1993 The Modern and Contemporary Japanese Art Section Material for Art Research: Hakuba-kai (White Horse Society) Exhibition Catalogues (Part II)
No.354 Sep., 1992 Nagasaka Ichiro The Establishment of Jinguji Temples and the Significance of Their Principal Icons: Taking a Clue from the Motive for Making the Jingoji Yakushi
No.354 Sep., 1992 Ide Seinosuke On Lu Xinzhong: Historical Changes in Nirvana Paintings
No.354 Sep., 1992 The Modern and Contemporary Japanese Art Section Material for Art Research: The Modern and Contemporary Japanese Art Section: Hakuba-kai (White Horse Society) Exhibition Catalogues (Part I)
No.353 Mar., 1992 Inoue Kazutoshi Worship of the Nyoirin Kannon (Cintamani-cakra Avalokitesvara) in Nara Period and its Sculpture: Focusing on the Statue at Ishiyama-dera
No.353 Mar., 1992 Sato Doshin Painting and Language (Part I): “Ga (Chinese Style Painting)” and “Kanji (Chinese Characters)”
No.353 Mar., 1992 Yamanashi Emiko Explanation of the Plates: Studies for “The End of the Day” by Kuroda Seiki
No.353 Mar., 1992 Miyake Hisao Material for Art Research: Report of Research on Japanese Art Works in Western Collections: Sitting Amitabha, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
No.353 Mar., 1992 Soejima Hiromichi Material for Art Research: Report of Research on Japanese Art Works in Western Collections: Sitting Ksitigarbha, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
No.353 Mar., 1992 The Modern and Contemporary Japanese Art Section Material for Art Research: The Whereabouts of Literary Materials of Expositions (Part II)
No.352 Feb., 1992 Suzuki Hiroyuki Value and Acceptance of Painting: Through the Study of Shoji-painting at Shosenken at Shokokuji-temple, Muromachi Period
No.352 Feb., 1992 Nagaoka Ryusaku “Patterns of Form” in Buddhist Sculpture and Their Transmission: A Study of Early Heian Bodhisattva Sculpture
No.352 Feb., 1992 Yonekura Michio Explanation of the Plates: Utatane-zoshi Kept by National Museum of Japanese History
No.352 Feb., 1992 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material for Art Research: National Art Exhibitions after Liberation: A Study of History of Chinese Painting in the Past One Hundred Years Part II (Supplement II)
No.352 Feb., 1992   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 347-352
No.351 Jan., 1992 Nagaoka Ryusaku “Patterns of Form” in Buddhist Sculpture and Their Transmission: A Study of Early Heian Bodhisattva Sculpture
No.351 Jan., 1992 Shimao Arata A Study of Sesshu Toyo (Part I): The Artist’s Tactics in the Spread of his Image
No.351 Jan., 1992 Miyake Hisao Material for Art Research: Standing Figures of Amitabha Triad by Kaikei at Kodai-in
No.351 Jan., 1992 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material for Art Research: National Art Exhibitions after Liberation: A Study of History of Chinese Painting in the Past One Hundred Years Part II (Supplement I)
No.350 Mar., 1991 Miwa Hideo Seiki Kuroda and “Compositions”: “Talk on Ancient Romance” and Others
No.350 Mar., 1991 Sato Doshin Japanese Art of the Meiji Period and Its Administration
No.350 Mar., 1991 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material for Art Research: National Art Exhibitions after Liberation: A Study of History of Chinese Painting in the Past One Hundred Years Part II)
No.349 Mar., 1991 Yamanashi Emiko Western Literature and the Works by Seiki Kuroda
No.349 Mar., 1991 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Nationwide Art Exhibitions during the Republic Period: A Study of History of Chinese Painting in the Past One Hundred Years (Part I)
No.349 Mar., 1991 Yamanashi Emiko Explanation of the Plates: “Portrait of Widow” by Takeshiro Kanokogi (1912, Kyoto Municipal Art Museum)
No.348 Aug., 1990 Takeda Koichi Taiga Ikeno’s Utilization of Illustrated Books
No.348 Aug., 1990 Takeda Koichi Explanation of Plate: “Finger-painting Landscape” by Taiga Ikeno (1745, Yamatane Art Museum, Tokyo)
No.348 Aug., 1990 Miwa Hideo Explanation of Plates: “Girl: Yukiko, Eleven Years Old” by Seiki Kuroda (1899, Tokyo National Research institute of Cultural properties)
No.348 Aug., 1990 The Modern and Contemporary Japanese Art Section Material for Art Research: The Whereabouts of Literary Materials of Expositions
No.347 Mar., 1990 Shimbo Toru Kitano Honji E with Ink Drawings
No.347 Mar., 1990 Sugano Yoh Anatomical Etching Series by Michihei Motoki “Shinkei Ketsuraku Kaigen Zu” and Tabulae Anatomicae by Eustachius
No.347 Mar., 1990 Sekiguchi Masayuki Explanation of Plates: “Nirvana” kept by the Chohoji, Osaka
No.346 Mar., 1990 Kato Hideyui Problems of Identification of Portrayed Warriors: The Cases of “Takeda Shingen” and “Nawa Nagatoshi (?),” both by Hasegawa Nobuharu, “Ashikaga Takauji” and “Ashikaga Yoshihisa” (Part II)
No.346 Mar., 1990 Yamanashi Emiko Material for Art Research: Letters of Takeshiro Kanokogi Written during His Stay in the West (Part III)
No.346 Mar., 1990 Ide Seinosuke Explanation of Plates: “Nirvana” Kept by the Gokurakuji, Kagawa
No.346 Mar., 1990   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 341-346
No.345 Nov., 1989 Kato Hideyui Problems of Identification of Portrayed Warriors: The Cases of “Takeda Shingen” and “Nawa Nagatoshi (?),” both by Hasegawa Nobuharu, “Ashikaga Takauji” and “Ashikaga Yoshihisa” (Part I)
No.345 Nov., 1989 Sato Doshin Transformation of Ink Painting (Continuation)
No.345 Nov., 1989 Yamanashi Emiko Material for Art Research: Letters of Takeshiro Kanokogi Written during His Stay in the West (Part II)
No.344 Mar., 1989 Sato Doshin Transformation of Ink Painting: With Special Reference to Two Works in Fenollosa and Bigelow Collections
No.344 Mar., 1989 Sekiguchi Masayuki “Eight Phases of the Life Sakyamuni” Owned by the Jikoji, Hiroshima (Part V)
No.344 Mar., 1989 Yamanashi Emiko Material for Art Research: Letters of Takeshiro Kanokogi Written during His Stay in the West (Part I)
No.344 Mar., 1989 Sekiguchi Masayuki Explanation of Plates: “Nirvana” Painting Owned by the Fumonji, Chiba
No.343 Feb., 1989 Inoue Kazutoshi Amitabha Statues with Curled Hair and Crown
No.343 Feb., 1989 Ide Seinosuke Portraits of Chung-Feng Ming-Pen with Autograph Inscription
No.343 Feb., 1989 Suzuki Hiroyuki Explanation of Plates: “Amitabha Triad” by Nobukiyo Kato, Kongoji, Tokyo
No.342 Mar., 1988 Tsuruta Takeyoshi An Aspect of Ch’ing Period Bird-and-Flower Painting as Seen from Works of Painters who Came to Japan
No.342 Mar., 1988 Yonekura Michio Descendants of Nobuzane Fujiwara (Part I)
No.342 Mar., 1988 Miwa Hideo Kaneyuki Hyakutake and His Work “Pietro Micca”
No.342 Mar., 1988 Wen C. Fong The Study of Chinese Painting in the West
No.341 Feb., 1988 Kamiya Eiko Two Wartime Coats Handed Down by Katakura Family (Part I)
No.341 Feb., 1988 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material for Art Research: Letters of Tetsuo and Letters to Tetsuo
No.341 Feb., 1988 Matsushima Ken Explanation of Plates: The Main Image in the Ishiyamadera Pagoda Carved by Kaikei
No.340 Nov., 1987 Sato Doshin Again on the Kangakai
No.340 Nov., 1987 Miya Tsugio Material for Art Research: Illustrated Stories of Hachiman Daibosatsu and Illustrated Stories of Hachimangu (Appendix II)
No.340 Nov., 1987 Sekiguchi Masayuki Explanation of Plates: “Lotus Sutra Paintings” in the Tomioka Art Museum
No.340 Nov., 1987   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 335-340
No.339 Mar., 1987 Suzuki Hiroyuki Study of the Original Usage of the Partition Paintings in Rinshunkaku of Sankeien
No.339 Mar., 1987 Yonekura Michio “Illustrated Biography of Priest Honen” and Pictorialization of Stories Concerning Lotus Sutra Belief
No.339 Mar., 1987 Miya Tsugio Material for Art Research: Illustrated Stories of Hachiman Daibosatsu and Illustrated Stories of Hachimangu (Appendix I)
No.338 Mar., 1987 Shimao Arata “Kakinomoto no Hitomaro” Owned by the Tokiwayama Bunko
No.338 Mar., 1987 Suzuki Hiroyuki To Depict the Camel: “Camels” by Maruyama Oshin
No.338 Mar., 1987 Yamanashi Emiko “View of Takanawa Ushimachi under the Hazy Moon” by Kobayashi Kiyochika: Influence of American Art in Meiji Era (Part I)
No.337 Feb., 1987 Nakae Akira, Miwa Hideo Harada Naojiro and “Historical” Paintings (Part I)
No.337 Feb., 1987 Miya Tsugio “Hoto Mandara” Transcribed in Gold Pigment Owned by the Myohoji
No.337 Feb., 1987 Yanagisawa Taka Paintings Depicting the Lives of Eight Patriarchs of Shingon Sect, Originally Owned by the Eikyuji (Part V)
No.337 Feb., 1987 Shimada Shujiro Jih-kuan and the Ink Painting of Grapes
No.336 Mar., 1987 Miyake Hisao Sculptor Gyokai and His Works
No.336 Mar., 1987 Miya Tsugio Illustrated Stories of Hachiman Daibosatsu and Illustrated Stories of the Hachimangu (Part III)
No.336 Mar., 1987 Kamiya Eiko Repairs and Restorations of Three Dogi Shirts Handed Down by the Rinnoji, Nokko (Part II)
No.335 Feb., 1987 Akiyama Terukazu Identification and Stylistic Analysis of a 13th Century Illustration from the “Tale of Ise”: Prince Koretaka’s Hermitage at Ono in the Snow
No.335 Feb., 1987 Miya Tsugio Illustrated Stories of Hachiman Daibosatsu and Illustrated Stories of the Hachimangu (Part II)
No.335 Feb., 1987 Shimao Arata Study of “Catching a Catfish with a Gourd”: The Meaning of “Novel Mode” in the Inscription by Daigaku Shusu
No.334 Jan., 1986 Kamiya Eiko Repairs and Restorations of Three Dogi Shirts Handed Down by the Rinnoji, Nokko (Part I)
No.334 Jan., 1986 Miyake Hisao Problems in Connection with the Standing Figure of Amitabha in the Gyokkeiji
No.334 Jan., 1986 Sakakida Emiko [Yamanashi Emiko] Material for Art Research: Evaluation of Japanese Art in the United States from the Late Nineteenth Century to the Early Twentieth Century
No.334 Jan., 1986 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material for Art Research: Bibliographical Introduction to Current Chinese Periodicals on Art (Part III)
No.334 Jan., 1986 Miwa Hideo Explanation of the Plate: Study for “Susanoo no Mikoto Slaying the Serpent” by Harada Naojiro (1895, The Okayama Prefectural Cultural Center)
No.334 Jan., 1986   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 329-334
No.333 Sep., 1985 Miya Tsugio Illustrated Stories of Hachiman Daibosatsu and Illustrated Stories of the Hachimangu (Part I)
No.333 Sep., 1985 Sekiguchi Masayuki “Eight Phases of the Life Sakyamuni” Owned by the Jikoji, Hiroshima (Part IV)
No.333 Sep., 1985 Miya Tsugio Material for Art Research: Yugyo Shonin Engi E in Eifukuji
No.333 Sep., 1985 Suzuki Hiroyuki Material for Art Research: Kaikoku Michi no Ki (Part III)
No.333 Sep., 1985 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material for Art Research: Bibliographical Introduction to Current Chinese Periodicals on Art (Part II)
No.332 Jun., 1985 Yanagisawa Taka Paintings Depicting the Lives of Eight Patriarchs of Shingon Sect Originally Owned by the Eikyuji (Part IV)
No.332 Jun., 1985 Yonekura Michio Material for Art Research: The Muryokoji Version of Shui Kotokuden E
No.332 Jun., 1985 Kamiya Eiko Material for Art Research: Repairs and Replicas of the Dobuku of Komon Design Handed Down by the Katakura Family
No.332 Jun., 1985 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material for Art Research: Bibliographical Introduction to Current Chinese Periodicals on Art (Part I)
No.331 Mar., 1985 Miyajima Shin’ichi Recepience of “Demon Annihilation” Painting in Japan
No.331 Mar., 1985 Tamura Etsuko The Bokka-juku’s Memoranda of Works of Calligraphy and Pictorial Art, Chinese and Japanese, by Asano Baido, Edited from the Original Text, with Explanatory Notes
No.330 Dec., 1984 Ikawa Kazuko Seryoji-Type Sakyamuni Images in Ehime Prefecture
No.330 Dec., 1984 Sugano Yoh Etchings by Denzen Aodo and Dutch Map Book Nieuwe Atlas (Part II)
No.330 Dec., 1984 Tamura Etsuko Material for Art Research: The Bokka-juku’s Memoranda of Works of Calligraphy and Pictorial Art, Chinese and Japanese, by Asano Baido, Edited from the Original Text, with Explanatory Notes
No.330 Dec., 1984 Sekiguchi Masayuki Explanation of Plates: A “Skanda” Painting in the Possession of the Sennyuji
No.329 Sep., 1984 Sato Doshin Late Landscapes of Hogai Kano and Western Painting
No.329 Sep., 1984 Sugano Yoh Etchings by Denzen Aodo and Dutch Map Book Nieuwe Atlas (Part I)
No.329 Sep., 1984 Suzuki Hiroyuki Material for Art Research: Kaikoku Michi no Ki (Part II)
No.328 Jun., 1984 Ebine Toshiro On the Group of Figure Paintings Titled “Lu Tung-pin”: Transfiguration of the Image
No.328 Jun., 1984 Miwa Hideo On “Wisdom, Impression, Sentiment” by Seiki Kuroda
No.328 Jun., 1984 Suzuki Hiroyuki Explanation of Plates: “Po-i and Shu-ch’i” Attributed to Eitoku Kano (Private Collection, Yamagata)
No.328 Jun., 1984   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 323-328
No.327 Mar., 1984 Egami Yasushi Ornamentation of the Indigo-paper Lotus Sutra with Silver Text in the Possession of the Enryakuji
No.327 Mar., 1984 Ikawa Kazuko The Seiryoji Type Sakyamuni Images in Western Japan (Part II)
No.327 Mar., 1984 Suzuki Hiroyuki Material for Art Research: Kaikoku Michi no Ki (Part I)
No.326 Dec., 1983 Tamura Etsuko Notes on the In-no-Dainagon Picture-scroll
No.326 Dec., 1983 Miya Tsugio Frontispieces in Sung and Yuan Printed Lotus Sutra (Part II)
No.326 Dec., 1983 Yanagisawa Taka Explanation of Plates: Painting of Samantabhadra Kept by the Agency for Cultural Affairs
No.325 Sep., 1983 Miyajima Shin’ichi Kuan-yin-ching Painting Owned by the Hondoji
No.325 Sep., 1983 Shimbo Toru Narikane Version of the Handscroll Painting of Thirty-six Celebrated Poets
No.325 Sep., 1983 Miya Tsugio Frontispieces in Sung and Yuan Printed Lotus Sutra (Part I)
No.325 Sep., 1983 Sato Doshin Explanation of Plate: “Rocks” by Hogai Kano (Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music)
No.324 Jun., 1983 Ikawa Kazuko The Seiryoji Type Sakyamuni Images in Western Japan (Part I)
No.324 Jun., 1983 Yonekura Michio On the Rin’a Version of the Pictorial Biography of Priest Honen
No.324 Jun., 1983 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Lu Hsueh-ku and Hu T’ieh-mei: Study of Chinese Painters Who Came to Japan in the Meiji Era
No.324 Jun., 1983 Kamiya Eiko Striped Ramie Haori Used by Tsunanari Tokugawa
No.323 Mar., 1983 Akiyama Terukazu The Hokke-do Kompon-Mandara: An Examination of Its Composition and Stylistic Techniques
No.323 Mar., 1983 Shimbo Toru Handscroll painting of Thirty-six Celebrated Poets with Text Attributed to Fujiwara no Tamesuke
No.322 Dec., 1982 Yanagisawa Taka A Mahamayuri Painting with Exceptional Iconography
No.322 Dec., 1982 Miya Tsugio Material of Art Research: Illustrated Handscrolls of the Life of Priest Saigyo in Hakubyo Drawing
No.322 Dec., 1982   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 317-322
No.321 Sep., 1982 Sugano Yoh Dutch Book Konstkabinet and Hakuin’s “Oranda Dohan-e-ho”
No.321 Sep., 1982 Sekiguchi Masayuki “Eight Phases of the Life Sakyamuni” Owned by the Jikoji, Hiroshima (Part III)
No.321 Sep., 1982 Miwa Hideo Shinkuro Kunisawa’s Career as Painter and His Works
No.321 Sep., 1982 Kuno Takeshi Explanation of Plate: Standing Avalokitesvara Unearthed near the Musashi-Kokubunji Site
No.321 Sep., 1982 Miwa Hideo Explanation of Plate: “Goose” by Noriaki Iwahashi (Mie Prefectural Art Museum)
No.320 Jun., 1982 Egami Yasushi Ornamentation Painting of the Wakanroeishu Manuscript Transcribed by Fujiwara no Koreyuki
No.320 Jun., 1982 Tamura Etsuko Shinran’s Calligraphy: With Special Reference to the Kyo Gyo Shin Sho (Part II)
No.320 Jun., 1982 Egami Yasushi Material for Art Research: Platform for Unrolling the Illustrated Handscrolls of the Miraculous Stories of Kasuga Shrine
No.319 Mar., 1982 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Study of a Chinese Painter Who Came to Japan in the Early Meiji Period: Wang Yin
No.319 Mar., 1982 Suzuki Hiroyuki “Hokoku Festival” Attributed to Matabei Iwasa: Variations of Themes in Genre Painting (Part I)
No.319 Mar., 1982 Sekiguchi Masayuki “Eight Phases of the Life Sakyamuni” Owned by the Jikoji, Hiroshima (Part II)
No.319 Mar., 1982 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material for Art Research: “Myna Bird” by Niu-shih-hui
No.318 Jan., 1982 Ikawa Kazuko Sculpture of Sakyamuni in Nirvana
No.318 Jan., 1982 Tamura Etsuko Shinran’s Calligraphy: With Special Reference to the Kyo Gyo Shin Sho (Part I)
No.317 Jul., 1981 Tamura Etsuko How Poems Are Inserted in Prose in Japanese Written Literature
No.317 Jul., 1981 Sekiguchi Masayuki “Eight Phases of the Life Sakyamuni” Owned by the Jikoji, Hiroshima (Part I)
No.316 Jan., 1981 Yonekura Michio On the “Pictorial Biography of Priest Honen” in Hanging-scroll Form in the Saidoji, Mie
No.316 Jan., 1981 Kamiya Eiko Four Kosode in Kishu Toshoku Shrine Said to Have Been used by Ieyasu Tokugawa: Research Report of Textile Works in Kishu Toshogu Shrine (Part II)
No.316 Jan., 1981 Seki Chiyo Material for Art Research: Drawings of Hogai Kano (Part II)
No.316 Jan., 1981   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 311-316
No.315 Dec., 1980 Kuno Takeshi Birth of Asuka Period Buddhist Sculpture
No.315 Dec., 1980 Tsuruta Takeyoshi I Fu-chiu and Li Yung-yun: Study of Chinese Painters Who Came to Japan in Edo Period
No.315 Dec., 1980 Kagesato Tetsuro Explanation of the Plates: “Meandering Thoughts of Death” by Shoji Sekine
No.314 Sep., 1980 Egami Yasushi Newly Recovered Illustrated Indigo-paper Sutra Set Owned by the Kongoshoji
No.314 Sep., 1980 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Chin Pin: Study of Chinese Painters Who Came to Japan in the Edo Period
No.313 Mar., 1980 Miya Tsugio Otogi-zoshi and Mitsunobu Tosa: With Special Reference to the Nezumi Soshi
No.313 Mar., 1980 Ueno Aki Preaching Scene Murals of the Cave of Maya, the Third Area, Kizil (Part I): Study of Central Asian Murals Collected by A. von Le Coq (Part II)
No.313 Mar., 1980 Ikawa Kazuko Material for Art Research: Vajradhara Statues by Master Buddhist Sculptor Insho Owned by Chuzenji, Kyoto
No.313 Mar., 1980 Matsubara Saburo Explanation of Plates: Northern Wei Standing Avalokitesvara Image Dated 484 (Private Collection)
No.313 Mar., 1980 Kagesato Tetsuro Explanation of the Plate: “Costume of a Doll” by Yoshimatsu Goseda (Private Collection)
No.312 Feb., 1980 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Study of Chinese Painters Who Came to Japan in the Edo Period: Ts’ai Chien, Hsieh Shih-chung and Wan Ku-shan
No.312 Feb., 1980 Ueno Aki Preaching Scene Murals of the Cave of Maya, the Third Area, Kizil (Part I): Study of Central Asian Murals Collected by A. von Le Coq (Part II)
No.312 Feb., 1980 Egami Yasushi Material for Art Research: Cover Paintings of Bommokyo Scrolls Handed Down by the Horyuji
No.311 Oct., 1979 Miwa Hideo Pictures of “Bodhidharma” in Western Painting Style
No.311 Oct., 1979 Kamiya Eiko Old Costumes in Kishu Toshogu Shrine (Part III): Research Report of Old Costumes in Kishu Toshogu Shrine (Part I)
No.311 Oct., 1979 Seki Chiyo Material for Art Research: A Letter of Hogai Kano
No.310 Jun., 1979 Kuno Takeshi Donors and Artists of Small Gilt Bronze Buddhist Images in the Asuka-Hakuho Period
No.310 Jun., 1979 Kamiya Eiko Old Costumes in Kishu Toshogu Shrine (Part II): Research Report of Old Costumes in Kishu Toshogu Shrine (Part I)
No.310 Jun., 1979 Tsuji Nobuo Material for Art Research: Sketches of Birds Originally Painted by Tan-yu Kano and Copied by Tomin Noda
No.310 Jun., 1979 Ariga Yoshitaka Material for Art Research: A Newly Found Dated Inscription in the Painting Set of Five Great Vidyarajas Owned by Kibutuji
No.310 Jun., 1979   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 305-310
No.309 Feb., 1979 Egami Yasushi Ornamentation of Indigo-paper Lotus Sutra with Gold-and-silver Text in the Possession of the Enryakuji
No.309 Feb., 1979 Kuno Takeshi Donors and Artists of Small Gilt Bronze Buddhist Images in the Asuka-Hakuho Period
No.308 Oct., 1978 Ueno Aki Mural Paintings from the “Cave of the Japanese” of Kizil: Study of Central Asian Murals Collected by A. von Le Coq (Part I)
No.308 Oct., 1978 Tamura Etsuko Kyo-ka Jo: Fujiwara no Sari’s Letter: Is the Unit for Kure Timber “Zai” or “Son”?
No.307 Sep., 1978 Shimbo Toru Newly Found Version of Illustrated Handscrolls of the Heiji War
No.307 Sep., 1978 Tamura Etsuko Explanation of Plate: Fragmentary Text of the Illustrated Handscrolls of Genji Monogatari (Tenri-Matsunaga Version)
No.307 Sep., 1978 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material of Art Research: Index to Chinese Painters of the Last One Handled Years (Part IV)
No.306 Mar., 1977 Kagesato Tetsuro Keiga Kawahara, a Painter of Nagasaki
No.306 Mar., 1977 Sekiguchi Masayuki Bodhisattva Painted on the Four Columns in the Saimyoji Three Storied Pagoda (Continuation)
No.306 Mar., 1977 Kamiya Eiko Old Costumes in Kishu Toshogu Shrine (Part I): Research Report of Old Costumes in Kishu Tosyogu Shrine (Part I)
No.305 Mar., 1977 Miya Tsugio Scroll Painting of Miraculous Stories of Nandikesvara
No.305 Mar., 1977 Yonekura Michio On Nobuzane Fujiwara
No.305 Mar., 1977 Akiyama Terukazu Material of Art Research: A Newly-discovered Fragment of the “Early Ferns” (Sawarabi) Chapter from The Tale of Genji with Black-and-White Illustrations
No.304 Mar., 1977 Kawakami Kei Painting Activity of Wang Chien (Part I)
No.304 Mar., 1977 Yanagisawa Taka Paintings Depicting the Lives of Eight Patriarchs of Shingon Sect Originally Owned by the Eikyuji (Part III)
No.304 Mar., 1977 Kuno Takeshi Explanation of Plates: Image of Buddha-at-Birth from Kuze Temple Site (Kept by the Board of Education, Joyo City, Nara)
No.304 Mar., 1977   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 299 to 304 (May, 1975-March, 1976)
No.303 Oct., 1976 Ikawa Kazuko Eleven-headed Avarokitesvara Statues of the Nakayamadera, Hyogo
No.303 Oct., 1976 Kamiya Eiko Two Dobuku of Komon Design Handed Down by the Katakura Family and the Toshogu Shrine, Nikko
No.303 Oct., 1976 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material of Art Research: Index to Chinese Painters of the Last One Handled Years (Part III)
No.302 Mar., 1976 Kono Motoaki “Dragon in Clouds” Painted by Tan-yu Kano on the Celling of Yomeimon Gate (Part II)
No.302 Mar., 1976 Yanagisawa Taka Paintings Depicting the Lives of Eight Patriarchs of Shingon Sect Originally Owned by the Eikyuji (Part II)
No.301 Feb., 1976 Egami Yasushi Landscape Depiction in the Frontispiece of Hannya Haramita Shingyo Owned by Jinkoin
No.301 Feb., 1976 Kuno Takeshi The Great Buddha of Asukadera (Part II)
No.301 Feb., 1976 Kono Motoaki “Dragon in Clouds” Painted by Tan-yu Kano on the Celling of Yomeimon Gate (Part I)
No.300 Jan., 1976 Kuno Takeshi The Great Buddha of Asukadera (Part I)
No.300 Jan., 1976 Yanagisawa Taka Paintings Depicting the Lives of Eight Patriarchs of Shingon Sect Originally Owned by the Eikyuji
No.299 Nov., 1975 Miya Tsugio The Toji Version of Scroll Painting of the Story of Priest Kukai
No.299 Nov., 1975 Kono Motoaki Interior Paintings of Gyokurin-in, Daitokuji, by Tan-yu and His Collaborators (Part II)
No.299 Nov., 1975   Report of the Institute
No.299 Nov., 1975 Kumamoto Kenjiro Explanation of Plates: “Priest Nichiren” by Yuichi Takahashi (The Myohoji, Tokyo)
No.298 Mar., 1975 Miya Tsugio Illustrated Scroll of the Story of “Yatori Jizo”
No.298 Mar., 1975 Kono Motoaki Interior Paintings of Gyokurin-in, Daitokuji, by Tan-yu and His Collaborators
No.298 Mar., 1975 Kuno Takeshi Bronze Avalokitesvara Image in the Hasedera, Oita
No.298 Mar., 1975   Report of the Institute
No.298 Mar., 1975   Index to Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 293-298
No.297 Mar., 1975 Tamura Etsuko 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
No.297 Mar., 1975 Oka Isaburo The Founding of Sodosha
No.297 Mar., 1975 Kuno Takeshi Buddhist Images of the Inner Precinct of the Tempukuji, Usa
No.297 Mar., 1975 Ikawa Kazuko Explanation of the Plates: The Cultural Background of the Tempukuji Buddhist Images
No.297 Mar., 1975   Report of the Institute
No.296 Mar., 1975 Sekiguchi Masayuki Bodhisattva Painted on the Four Columns in the Saimyoji Three Storied Pagoda
No.296 Mar., 1975 Matsubara Saburo North and South in the Styles of Chinese Buddhist Sculpture
No.296 Mar., 1975   Report of the Institute
No.295 Feb., 1975 Egami Yasushi A Late Heian Sutra Set with Landscape Paintings on the Outside of the Cover
No.295 Feb., 1975 Mizuno Keizaburo Problems Concerning the Inscriptions on Buddhist Statues in the So-called Ex-emperors’ Period
No.295 Feb., 1975 Sakamoto Mitsuru Rubens and Western-style Painting in the Edo Period
No.295 Feb., 1975 Kagesato Tetsuro Explanation of the Plate: “Lion” by Moko Ishikawa (Mr. Soshiro Yabumoto, Tokyo)
No.295 Feb., 1975   Report of the Institute
No.294 Dec., 1974 Ikawa Kazuko Bhaisajyaguru of Kodenji and Inscribed Poem of Sanekata Fujiwara
No.294 Dec., 1974   Report of the Institute
No.294 Dec., 1974 Kamiya Eiko 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)
No.294 Dec., 1974 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material of Art Research: Index to Chinese Painters of the Last One Handled Years (Part II)
No.294 Dec., 1974   Report of the Institute
No.293 Nov., 1974 Ueno Aki Paintings of Fu-hsi and Nu-wa from Astana (Part II)
No.293 Nov., 1974 Ariga Yoshitaka Explanation of the Plates: Paintings of Five Great Vidyarajas Owned by the Kiburuji
No.293 Nov., 1974 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Material of Art Research: Index to Chinese Painters of the Last One Handled Years (Part I)
No.293 Nov., 1974   Report of the Institute
No.292 Mar., 1974 Ueno Aki Paintings of Fu-hsi and Nu-wa from Astana (Part I)
No.292 Mar., 1974 Ueno Kenji Compositional Restoration of Scroll I of “Scrolls of Charicaturistic Animals, Birds and Human Figures”
No.292 Mar., 1974   Report of the Institute
No.292 Mar., 1974 Akiyama Terukazu Explanation of the Plates: Two Fragments of the “Animal Scroll” (Choju Giga): A Newly Discovered Fragment and the Fragment from the Former Masuda Collection
No.292 Mar., 1974   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 287-292 (May, 1973-March, 1974
No.291 Mar., 1974 Kuno Takeshi Ancient Bronze Images in the Chubu District
No.291 Mar., 1974 Kono Motoaki The Scroll of “Real Forms of Birds” by Shiko Watanabe (Part II)
No.291 Mar., 1974   Report of the Institute
No.291 Mar., 1974 Kamiya Eiko 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)
No.291 Mar., 1974   Report of the Institute
No.290 Mar., 1974 Kono Motoaki The Scroll of “Real Forms of Birds” by Shiko Watanabe (Part I)
No.290 Mar., 1974 Nakamura Denzaburo Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part VI)
No.290 Mar., 1974 Kagesato Tetsuro The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part V)
No.289 Feb., 1974 Sekiguchi Masayuki Painted Panels for Ritual Palanquin of Usa Shrine
No.289 Feb., 1974 Miya Tsugio The Position of Illustrated Scroll of Heiji War among the Versions of Epic of the Heiji War
No.289 Feb., 1974   Report of the Institute
No.288 Dec., 1973 Tamura Etsuko 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
No.288 Dec., 1973 Matsubara Saburo The Establishment of the Sui Style in Buddhist Sculpture
No.288 Dec., 1973   Report of the Institute
No.288 Dec., 1973 Kagesato Tetsuro Explanation of Plates: “European Park” by Denzen Aodo and Its Model “A View of Fontainebleau” by Jacques Rigaud
No.288 Dec., 1973 Kono Motoaki Material for Art Research: Text of Catalogue of the Painting Exhibition Held in Memory of the Late Rosetsu
No.288 Dec., 1973   Report of the Institute
No.287 Oct., 1973 Ikawa Kazuko Statues in the Gokokuin, Wakayama, And Contemporaneous Bodhisattva Statues in Adjoining Regions
No.287 Oct., 1973 Ebine Toshiro The Trip of Chung-yu Tsu-ch’an and Wu-i K’o-ch’in to Japan and Their Inscriptions on Paintings
No.287 Oct., 1973   Report of the Institute
No.287 Oct., 1973 Tamura Etsuko Material for Art Research: Text of the Manuscript of Kowata no Shigure Owned by Mr. Yadashi Yoshida (Part II)
No.286 Mar., 1973 Kamiya Eiko A Gilt and Embroidered Dobuku Handed Down by the Kikkawa Family
No.286 Mar., 1973 Seki Chiyo Drawings by Hogai Kano (Part I): Drawings of Nara District Art Treasures
No.286 Mar., 1973   Report of the Institute
No.286 Mar., 1973 Ueno Aki Banner Paintings Representing Buddha’s Life from Tun-huang (Part II)
No.286 Mar., 1973   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 281-286
No.285 Mar., 1973 Yanagisawa Taka An Example of the Mahosnisacakra Mandala in the Hinohara Collection
No.285 Mar., 1973 Sugano Yoh Material of Art Research: Engravings of Early Japanese Christendom
No.285 Mar., 1973   Report of the Institute
No.284 Mar., 1973 Egami Yasushi The Art Historical Position of Painted Decoration in Atakagire Version Wakan Roei Shu
No.284 Mar., 1973 Kuno Takeshi The Stylistic Development of Buddha Statues in the Early Heian Period (Part III)
No.284 Mar., 1973   Report of the Institute
No.283 Mar., 1973 Tsuruta Takeyoshi Painting Manual of Mustard Seed Garden and its Influence to Japan
No.283 Mar., 1973 Kuno Takeshi The Stylistic Development of Buddha Statues in the Early Heian Period (Part II)
No.283 Mar., 1973 Akiyama Terukazu, Yanagisawa Taka 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
No.282 Dec., 1972 Miya Tsugio The Hoto Mandara Owned by the Ryuhonji
No.282 Dec., 1972 Sakamoto Mitsuru Explanation of Plates: Moko Ishikawa’s “Girl Holding a Cat” and the English Print “Miss Trimmer”
No.282 Dec., 1972 Tamura Etsuko Material for Art Research: Text of the Manuscript of Kowata no Shigure Owned by Mr. Yadashi Yoshida (Part I)
No.282 Dec., 1972   Report of the Institute
No.281 Oct., 1972 Kuno Takeshi The Statues of Twelve Divine Generals of the Shin-yakushiji
No.281 Oct., 1972 Ishikawa Rikuo X-ray Investigation of Catura Image of the Shin-yakushiji
No.281 Oct., 1972 Miya Tsugio Materials for Art Research: Illustrated Scroll of the Story of Priest Saigyo and its Text Collation
No.281 Oct., 1972   Report of the Institute
No.280 Apr., 1972 Ikawa Kazuko A Kyoto School of Sculpture in the Fourteenth Century
No.280 Apr., 1972 Kamiya Eiko Thirteen Baby Clothes of the Momoyama and Early-Middle Edo Periods (Part III): Study of Kodachi and Chudachi of the Recent Ages (Part I)
No.280 Apr., 1972 Sekiguchi Masayuki Explanation of Plates: Painted Image of Ragaraja Preserved by the Bureau for Cultural Affairs
No.280 Apr., 1972   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 275-280 (May, 1971-March, 1972)
No.279 Apr., 1972 Ueno Aki A Pranidhi Scene Mural from Bezeklik Preserved by the Hermitage Museum
No.279 Apr., 1972 Kawakami Kei Life and Painting of Ch’i Chih-chia (Part I)
No.279 Apr., 1972 Nakamura Denzaburo Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part V)
No.279 Apr., 1972 Oka Isaburo Biography and Works of Yamashita Rin
No.279 Apr., 1972 Kumamoto Kenjiro Explanation of the Plates: “Trees” by Kawakami Togai
No.278 Mar., 1972 Kuno Takeshi The Stylistic Development of Buddha Statues in the Early Heian Period (Part I)
No.278 Mar., 1972 Miya Tsugio Material of Art Research: Text Collation of Painted Scroll of the Story of Hasedera
No.278 Mar., 1972   Report of the Institute
No.277 Feb., 1972 Egami Yasushi Ornamental Painting of the Buddhist Scripture Joyuishikiron Owned by Kofukuji
No.277 Feb., 1972 Tamura Etsuko A Study of a Manuscript of the Kowata no Shigure, a Japanese Medieval Novel (Part II)
No.276 Nov., 1971 Toda Teisuke Painting of Sakyamuni Triad Owned by the Rokuoin
No.276 Nov., 1971 Tamura Etsuko A Study of a Manuscript of the Kowata no Shigure, a Japanese Medieval Novel (Part I)
No.276 Nov., 1971 Miya Tsugio Material for Art Research: Versions of Painted Scroll of the Story of the Hasedera (Part II)
No.276 Nov., 1971 Fukuyama Toshio Material for Art Research: A Western Ch’in Period Dedication Inscription at a Cave Temple of Ping-ling-ssu Monastery
No.276 Nov., 1971   Report of the Institute
No.275 Nov., 1971 Nakagawa Sensaku Two Early Kutani Bowls with Circular Patterns
No.275 Nov., 1971 Matsubara Saburo Chronological Study of Gilt Bronze Images of the Silla Periods
No.275 Nov., 1971 Miya Tsugio Material for Art Research: Versions of Painted Scroll of the Story of the Hasedera (Part I)
No.275 Nov., 1971   Report of the Institute
No.274 Mar., 1971 Sekiguchi Masayuki Painted Image of Ragaraja Owned by the Hosomi Family
No.274 Mar., 1971 Kuno Takeshi Statue of Eleven-headed Avalokitesvara Carved by Kenko
No.274 Mar., 1971 Nakamura Denzaburo Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part IV)
No.274 Mar., 1971   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 269-274 (May, 1970-March, 1971)
No.273 Mar., 1971 Tamura Etsuko Explanations of the Pictures of the Tale of Ise Scroll Formerly in Mr. Hara’s Collection
No.273 Mar., 1971 Kagesato Tetsuro The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part IV)
No.272 Mar., 1971 Ikawa Kazuko Statue of Avalokitesvara, The Main Image of the Ishiyamadera
No.272 Mar., 1971 Kamiya Eiko Thirteen Baby Clothes of the Momoyama and Early-Middle Edo Periods (Part II): Study of Kodachi and Chudachi of the Recent Ages (Part II)
No.272 Mar., 1971 Tsuji Nobuo Study of Kano Motonobu (Part V)
No.271 Dec., 1970 Tsuji Nobuo Study of Kano Motonobu (Part IV)
No.270 Nov., 1970 Tsuji Nobuo Study of Kano Motonobu (Part III)
No.270 Nov., 1970   Report of the Institute
No.269 Nov., 1970 Ueno Aki Banner Paintings Representing Buddha’s Life from Tun-huang (Part I)
No.269 Nov., 1970 Kawakami Kei Material for Art Research: The Date of Birth of Ch’i Chih-chia
No.268 Sep., 1970 Egami Yasushi Cover Paintings of Honganji Version Anthology of Thirty-six Leading Poets
No.268 Sep., 1970   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 263-268 (May, 1969-March, 1970)
No.267 Aug., 1970 Kamiya Eiko Thirteen Baby Clothes of the Momoyama and Early-Middle Edo Periods (Part I): Study of Kodachi and Chudachi of the Recent Ages (Part I)
No.267 Aug., 1970 Matsubara Saburo Problems of Early Gilt Bronze Buddhist Images in China: With Special Reference to Two Newly Found Examples
No.267 Aug., 1970 Kato Hideyui Material for Art Research: Draft Painting of the Section of Spring of “Hawking of Courtiers in Spring and Winter”
No.266 May, 1970 Yanagisawa Taka Drawing of Hawk Discovered under the Cartouche of Painted Screen from Shingongo Hall, the Eikyuji
No.266 May, 1970 Sugano Yoh The Literary Source of the Etching Method of Kokan Shiba (Part II)
No.266 May, 1970 Nakamura Denzaburo Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part III)
No.266 May, 1970 Kuno Takeshi Explanation of Plates: Standing Statues of Sahasrabhuja and Bodhisattva of Hiyoshi Shrine (Shiga)
No.265 May, 1970 Sugano Yoh The Literary Source of the Etching Method of Kokan Shiba (Part I)
No.265 May, 1970 Ikawa Kazuko Images of Four Lokapalas: With Special Reference to Formalistic Study of Tenth Century Specimens (Part II)
No.265 May, 1970 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of Plates: Painting of Ksitigarbha of Zendoji (Fukuoka)
No.264 Mar., 1970 Seki Chiyo Paintings on Cedar Screens of the Meiji Palace
No.264 Mar., 1970 Nakamura Denzaburo Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (Part II)
No.263 Feb., 1970 Ikawa Kazuko Images of Four Lokapalas: With Special Reference to Formalistic Study of Tenth Century Specimens (Part I)
No.263 Feb., 1970 Sakamoto Mitsuru Legend of Saint Erasmus and the Figure of Erasmus of Rotterdam (Part II)
No.263 Feb., 1970   Report of the Institute
No.262 Dec., 1969 Sakamoto Mitsuru Legend of Saint Erasmus and the Figure of Erasmus of Rotterdam (Part I)
No.262 Dec., 1969 Kagesato Tetsuro The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part III)
No.262 Dec., 1969   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 257-262 (May, 1968-March, 1969)
No.261 Dec., 1969 Nakagawa Sensaku Japanese Ceramic Art at the Beginning of 1900’s
No.261 Dec., 1969 Tamura Etsuko Tuan-ch’iao Miao-lun’s or Dongyo Myorin’s Calligraphic Works
No.261 Dec., 1969 Toda Teisuke An Yuan Painting of Eighteen Arhats
No.261 Dec., 1969 Toda Teisuke Explanation of Plate: “Hearing the Spring Sound in Bamboo Grove” by Li Shih-ta (Private Collection, Tokyo)
No.260 Sep., 1969 Kuno Takeshi Buddhist Images of the Enryakuji in Early Heian Period
No.260 Sep., 1969 Miya Tsugio Illustrated Scroll of Fox Tale Once Owned by Yoshihisa Ashikaga
No.259 Mar., 1969 Tamura Etsuko Fragments of the Choshu Ki Diary Copied by Fujiwara no Teika
No.259 Mar., 1969 Kamiya Eiko Eight Jimbaori Used by Uesugi Kenshin: Report on Costume Used by Uesugi Kenshin and Uesugi Kagekatsu
No.258 Mar., 1969 Kumamoto Kenjiro The Early Years of Tenshin Okakura
No.258 Mar., 1969 Oka Isaburo “The Twelve Sacred Events” by Rin Yamashita Owned by Christ’s Orthodox Church, Hakodate
No.258 Mar., 1969 Kagesato Tetsuro The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part II)
No.257 Mar., 1969 Takata Osamu Visunu Sculptures in the Early Periods
No.257 Mar., 1969 Matsubara Saburo Development of Chinese Sculpture from the High T’ang Afterward
No.257 Mar., 1969 Sato Akio Iron Image of Amitabha with the Date of 1264
No.256 Mar., 1969 Nakagawa Sensaku Patterns on the Lacquered Container for the Sacred Ball Owned by the Ninnaji
No.256 Mar., 1969 Yanagisawa Taka Wooden Plaques of Four Lokapalas in the Sacred-ball Container of the Ninnaji
No.256 Mar., 1969 Emoto Yoshimichi Analysis of the Pigments for Four Lokapalas in the Sacred-ball Container of the Ninnaji
No.256 Mar., 1969 Kawakami Kei Material for Art Research: Portrait of Hsin-lo-shan-jen by Chang Ssu-chiao: A Material for Biography of Hua Yen
No.256 Mar., 1969   Report of the Institute
No.256 Mar., 1969   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 252-256 (May, 1967-March, 1968)
No.255 Mar., 1969 Miya Tsugio Illustrated Scripture of the Story of Mokuren’s Salvation of his Mother
No.255 Mar., 1969 Kagesato Tetsuro The Life and Works of Tetsugoro Yorozu (Part I)
No.255 Mar., 1969   Report of the Institute
No.254 Feb., 1969 Yanagisawa Taka Painted Image of Vajramoghasamayasattva with Date of 1153
No.254 Feb., 1969 Miya Tsugio Some Problems of the Illustrated Scroll Gosannen Kassen Emaki (Part II)
No.254 Feb., 1969   Report of the Institute
No.253 Mar., 1968 Takata Osamu 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
No.253 Mar., 1968 Kuno Takeshi Sculpture of the Toji in Its Earliest Period
No.253 Mar., 1968   Report of the Institute
No.252 Mar., 1968 Ikawa Kazuko Statues of Zao Gongen and Kongo Doji
No.252 Mar., 1968 Tamura Etsuko 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
No.252 Mar., 1968 Akiyama Terukazu Explanation of Plates: Une Peinture de Touen-Houang au Musee Guimet Representant le Paradis d’Amitabha
No.251 Feb., 1968 Ikawa Kazuko Statues of Zao Gongen at the Sambutsuji and the Documents Contained inside the Main Image
No.251 Feb., 1968 Miya Tsugio Some Problems of the Illustrated Scroll Gosannen Kassen Emaki (Part I)
No.251 Feb., 1968 Egami Yasushi Material of Art Research: Supplementary Study of the Book of Landscape Gardening Senzui narabini Yagyo no Zu Accompanied by Doji Kudensho
No.251 Feb., 1968   Report of the Institute
No.251 Feb., 1968   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 246-251 (May, 1966-March, 1967)
No.250 Dec., 1967 Matsubara Saburo Trends of Buddhist Stone Images of Silla, with Special Reference to the Triad Newly Found at Kunwi
No.250 Dec., 1967 Egami Yasushi Material of Art Research: Text Collation of the Medieval Book of Landscape Gardening, Senzui narabini Yagyo no Zu Accompanied by Doji Kudensho (Part II)
No.250 Dec., 1967 Miya Tsugio Explanation of Plates: “Maitreya Descending to Receive the Soul of the Dead” (Owned by Mr. Asada Chohei, Hyogo)
No.250 Dec., 1967 Ikawa Kazuko Explanation of Plates: Statues of Ten Great Disciples in the Jorakuin, Kyoto
No.249 Oct., 1967 Tsuji Nobuo Study of Kano Motonobu (Part II)
No.249 Oct., 1967 Ueno Aki Explanation of Plate: Fragmentary Painting with Two Figures of Women Excavated at Toyuk, State Museums, Berlin
No.249 Oct., 1967 Tsuji Nobuo Explanation of Plates: “Screen Painting of Four Seasons Landscape” traditionally Attributed to Kano Eitoku
No.249 Oct., 1967 Sato Akio Explanation of Plate: Statue of Vaisravana, Owned by the Kuramadera, Kyoto
No.249 Oct., 1967   Report of the Institute
No.248 Mar., 1967 Yanagisawa Taka 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
No.248 Mar., 1967 Kawakami Kei On “A Boat Sailing Back to the Capital” with an Inscription by Shao Pao
No.248 Mar., 1967 Murase Miyeko Material of Art Research: The Tenjin Engi Emaki in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Part II)
No.247 Mar., 1967 Nakamura Yoshio Illustrated Scroll Toyonoakari Esoshi in Relation to the Literary Work Towazugatari: A Hypothesis on the Authorship of the Scroll
No.247 Mar., 1967 Tamura Etsuko The Identity of the Awata-Gire Fragments
No.247 Mar., 1967 Murase Miyeko Material of Art Research: The Tenjin Engi Emaki in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Part I)
No.247 Mar., 1967 Egami Yasushi Material of Art Research: Text Collation of the Medieval Book of Landscape Gardening, Senzui narabini Yagyo no Zu Accompanied by Doji Kudensho (Part I)
No.246 Mar., 1967 Nakagawa Sensaku An Old Imari Ware with Coloured Decoration of Female Figures
No.246 Mar., 1967 Tsuji Nobuo Study of Kano Motonobu (Part I)
No.246 Mar., 1967 Sakamoto Mitsuru Screen Painting of the Battle of Lepanto: A Study of Early Western Style Painting in Japan and Its Background in Europe (Part I)
No.245 Feb., 1967 Kuno Takeshi A Statue of Acalanata with the Inscription of the 7th Year of the Kohei Era (1064)
No.245 Feb., 1967 Ikawa Kazuko Buddhist Sculpture of Paired Armed Guardians (Part II)
No.245 Feb., 1967 Ikawa Kazuko Explanation of Plate: Eleven-headed Kannon of the Hagadera, Fukui
No.245 Feb., 1967 Toda Teisuke Explanation of Plate: Plum Blossoms in Ink by Lu Fu (Owned by the Chorakuji, Gumma)
No.245 Feb., 1967   Report of the Institute
No.245 Feb., 1967   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 240-245
No.244 Dec., 1966 Miya Tsugio Problems of the Original Order in the Ippen Hijiri E Scroll and its Copy
No.244 Dec., 1966 Ikawa Kazuko Buddhist Sculpture of Paired Armed Guardians (Part I)
No.244 Dec., 1966 Kamiya Eiko Eight Dobuku Used by Uesugi Kenshin (Part III)
No.244 Dec., 1966   Report of the Institute
No.243 Sep., 1966 Takata Osamu Buddhist Background of the Gandharan Art, Specially in Connection with the Origin of Buddha Image
No.243 Sep., 1966 Kamiya Eiko Eight Dobuku Used by Uesugi Kenshin (Part II)
No.243 Sep., 1966 Tsuji Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: Nijushiko-Zu Screen by Kano Shoei (Owned by Iwamura Heisuke, Hiroshima)
No.243 Sep., 1966 Toda Teisuke On Liu Chieh’s “Fish and Water Plants” Addendum
No.242 Mar., 1966 Kamiya Eiko Eight Dobuku Used by Uesugi Kenshin (Part I)
No.242 Mar., 1966 Yanagisawa Taka An Ink-drawing Scroll Representing the Vajradhatu-Mandala Images in the Shoren-in Temple (Part II)
No.242 Mar., 1966 Takata Osamu Buddhist Stories Depicted in Bas-relief on the Stupa Railings of Bharhut
No.242 Mar., 1966   Report of the Institute
No.241 Mar., 1966 Tamura Etsuko Fragmentary Text of the Kagero no Niki Diary Possibly in the Form of a Picture Scroll
No.241 Mar., 1966 Yanagisawa Taka An Ink-drawing Scroll Representing the Vajradhatu-Mandala Images in the Shoren-in Temple (Part I)
No.240 Mar., 1966 Kuno Takeshi Daibusshi Zen-en and His Works
No.240 Mar., 1966 Toda Teisuke Some Notes on Liu Chieh’s “Fish and Water Plants”
No.240 Mar., 1966 Nakagawa Sensaku Aspects of Ceramic Art in the Late Meiji Period
No.240 Mar., 1966   Report of the Institute
No.239 Mar., 1966 Kumamoto Kenjiro Yamamoto Hosui: His Life and Works
No.239 Mar., 1966 Akiyama Terukazu Explanation of Plates: Une Scene du Rouleau des Malades (Yamai-no-soshi): Femme Souffrant D’insomnie
No.239 Mar., 1966 Egami Yasushi Material of Art Research: Newly Found Manuscripts of a Book of Japanese Medieval Gardening (Part II)
No.239 Mar., 1966   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 234-239
No.238 Feb., 1966 Akiyama Terukazu Deux Peintures de Touen-houang, sur Soie, Representand un “Pelerin Portant des Sutras et Accompagne d’un Tigre”
No.238 Feb., 1966 Kuno Takeshi Material of Art Research: Tablets Enclosed in the Statues of Seitaka (Cetaka) and Kongara (Kimkara), Owned by the Ganjojuin Temple
No.238 Feb., 1966 Egami Yasushi Material of Art Research: Newly Found Manuscripts of a Book of Japanese Medieval Gardening
No.237 Oct., 1965 Miya Tsugio Oshu Juninen-kassen Emaki (Picture Scroll of Twelve War in Mutsu Province)
No.237 Oct., 1965 Ikawa Kazuko Seiryoji Style Sakyamuni Statues in the Kanto Area
No.237 Oct., 1965   Report of the Institute
No.236 Mar., 1965 Suzuki Kei A Study of Yu-chien Jo-fen
No.236 Mar., 1965 Toda Teisuke Hu-chou Bamboo School: Study of Literati Painting in the Sung Period I
No.236 Mar., 1965 Kawakami Kei “Picture Embodying the Ode to an Autumnal Voice” by Hua Yen
No.236 Mar., 1965 Toda Teisuke Explanation of Plate: “Bamboo in Ink” by Wu Hung (Coll. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Carter, New York)
No.236 Mar., 1965   Report of the Institute
No.235 Mar., 1965 Umezu Jiro A Memorandum Concerning the Illustrated Scroll of Minister Kibi's Adventure in China: Three Painted Scrolls Handed Down in Wakasa Province
No.235 Mar., 1965 Nakagawa Sensaku An Ink-slab Box with So-called Kodaiji Makie Decoration and Lacquer Wares with Makie in the Kodaiji
No.235 Mar., 1965 Nakamura Denzaburo Ogihara Morie, the Sculptor: His Life and Works (I) Introduction
No.235 Mar., 1965 Takata Osamu A Gandharan Example of Bodhisattva Seated in Thinking pose
No.235 Mar., 1965 Yanagisawa Taka Explanation of Plates: An Example of Amitabha Mandala Painting
No.234 Mar., 1965 Takata Osamu The Chronology of Mathura Buddhas in the Kushan Period
No.234 Mar., 1965 Kuno Takeshi 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
No.234 Mar., 1965   Report of the Institute
No.234 Mar., 1965   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 228-233 (May 1963 - March 1964)
No.233 Feb., 1965 Kamiya Eiko 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
No.233 Feb., 1965 Tamura Etsuko Material of Art Research: A Study and Collection of Hino-gire Fragments of the Senzai Wakashu
No.233 Feb., 1965 Yanagisawa Taka Explanation of Plates: Portrait of Priest Ryoe of Eikyuji (Private Collection, Tokyo)
No.233 Feb., 1965   Report of the Institute
No.232 Oct., 1964 Miya Tsugio Remaining Scrolls from the Scroll Painting of the Life of Priest Kobo Formerly Owned by the Inoue Family
No.232 Oct., 1964 Seki Chiyo Memorandum on “Le Chat Noir” and “Le Masque”: A Small Movement of Two Painters’ Groups in Kyoto in the Last Years of Meiji Era
No.232 Oct., 1964 Kawakami Kei Explanation of Plate: “Landscape” by Wang E (Coll. Mr. Kimura Tosuke, Tokyo)
No.232 Oct., 1964   Report of the Institute
No.231 Oct., 1964 Yanagisawa Taka Three Examples of the Temborin Cylinder with Painted or incised Figures Used for a Buddhist Esoteric Ritual in Japan
No.231 Oct., 1964 Matsubara Saburo Buddhist Sculpture in the Five Dynasties Period and the Sung Period: With Special Reference to Seated Figures of Buddha and Bodhisattva
No.231 Oct., 1964 Nakano Genzo Material of Art Research: Column Paintings of the Kanjo-in in the Toji
No.231 Oct., 1964 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)
No.230 Mar., 1964 Tsuji Nobuo Repertory of the Work of Iwasa Matabei
No.230 Mar., 1964 Ueno Aki Material of Art Research: Some Painted Pieces of Paper Brought from Turfan by the Otani Expedition
No.230 Mar., 1964 Toda Teisuke Explanation of Plate: “Strolling in Moonlight around the Yu-shan Hermitage” by Ch’ien Tu (Osaka Municipal Art Museum, Osaka)
No.230 Mar., 1964   Report of the Institute
No.229 Mar., 1964 Nakagawa Sensaku A Vase of Ying-ch’ing Glaze with Carved Design of Boys in Floral Scroll Patterns
No.229 Mar., 1964 Ikawa Kazuko Statues of Bishamonten Supported by Chiten: A Research on so-called Tobatsu-bishamonten
No.229 Mar., 1964 Kohara Jiro Material of Art Research: Report on the Investigation of Wood as the Material of Old Japanese Sculptures
No.229 Mar., 1964 Takata Osamu Explanation of Plates: Two Examples of the Mathura School of Sculpture
No.228 Mar., 1964 Oka Isaburo Koide Narashige’s Early Works and Life
No.228 Mar., 1964 Kamiya Eiko 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
No.228 Mar., 1964 Kuno Takeshi Buddhist Sculpture in Northeastern Japan Centering around the Chuson-ji Temple (III)
No.228 Mar., 1964   Report of the Institute
No.227 Mar., 1964 Akiyama Terukazu The Tale of Genji with Black and White Illustrations: Chapter of Ukifune and Kagero
No.227 Mar., 1964 Suzuki Keizo Costumes and Interiors Seen in the Black and White Illustrations of the Chapter of Ukifune
No.227 Mar., 1964 Nakamura Yoshio The Text of the Tokugawa Collection’s Tale of Genji with Black and White Illustrations and its Characteristics
No.227 Mar., 1964 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
No.227 Mar., 1964   Report of the Institute
No.227 Mar., 1964   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu, Nos. 222-227 (May 1962 - March 1963)
No.226 Nov., 1963 Umehara Sueji Multi-colour Glazed Pottery in Japan
No.226 Nov., 1963 Umezu Jiro Material of Art Research: Ishiyama-dera Ekotoba (Text for the Picture Scroll of the History of the Ishiyama-dera)
No.226 Nov., 1963 Kawakami Kei Explanation of Plate: Plum Blossoms in Ink, by P’an Tz’u (Private Collection, Kyoto)
No.226 Nov., 1963   Report of the Institute
No.225 Oct., 1963 Kuno Takeshi Buddhist Sculpture in Northeastern Japan Centering around the Chuson-ji Temple (II)
No.225 Oct., 1963 Tsuji Nobuo Material of Art Research: A Manuscript Relating to Iwasa Matabei Owned by the Houn-ji Temple in Fukui
No.224 Mar., 1963 Yanagisawa Taka 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
No.224 Mar., 1963 Akiyama Terukazu 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
No.224 Mar., 1963   Report of the Institute
No.223 Mar., 1963 Nakagawa Sensaku The Ornament of Chia-ching Gilded Vases
No.223 Mar., 1963 Miya Tsugio The Hokke Mandara Owned by the Danzan Jinja (III)
No.223 Mar., 1963 Oka Isaburo Koide Narashige’s College Life and His Early Paintings
No.222 Feb., 1963 Kuno Takeshi Buddhist Sculpture in Northeastern Japan Centering around the Chuson-ji Temple (I)
No.222 Feb., 1963 Miya Tsugio The Hokke Mandara Owned by the Danzan Jinja (II)
No.222 Feb., 1963 Tamura Etsuko Explanation of the Plate: A Detached Segment from Obusuma Saburo Emaki (Coll. Mr. Shimbi Tanaka, Tokyo)
No.222 Feb., 1963   Report of the Institute
No.222 Feb., 1963   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1961
No.221 Nov., 1962 Kawakami Kei 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
No.221 Nov., 1962 Miya Tsugio The Hokke Mandara Owned by the Danzan Jinja (I)
No.221 Nov., 1962 Ueno Aki Explanation of the Plate: A Wooden Piece with Hunting-scenes from Kara Khoja (Coll. Tachibana Zuicho, Nagoya)
No.221 Nov., 1962   Report of the Institute
No.220 Oct., 1962 Akiyama Terukazu L’emploi du Violet et sa Composition dans la Peinture Japonaise du VIIIe Siecle au XIIe Siecle
No.220 Oct., 1962 Emoto Yoshimichi X-ray Fluorescence Analysis as Applied to the Identification of Ancient Cultural Properties
No.220 Oct., 1962 Yanagisawa Taka An Example of Fuiwara Painting of Fugen Bosatsu (Samantabhadra)
No.219 Aug., 1962 Takata Osamu On Yaksa and Yakusi Statues in the Maurya Period
No.219 Aug., 1962 Kamiya Eiko The Dobuku in Patchwork of Gold Brocade, Silver Brocade and Other Cloths Reportedly Used by Uesugi Kenshin (II)
No.219 Aug., 1962 Ikawa Kazuko Explanation of the Plates: Two Eleven-headed Kannons at Fukuchi-in, Hiroshima
No.219 Aug., 1962   Report of the Institute
No.218 Mar., 1962 Kumagai Nobuo Paintings of Pranidhi Scenes in the Otani Collection
No.218 Mar., 1962 Hirano Shinkan A Study of the Pranidhi Scene according to the Inscriptions of the Cave Temple No. 9, Bazaklik
No.218 Mar., 1962 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: Mural Showing Musicians from Cave 20 (?), Bazaklik (Owned by Mr. Kimura Teizo, Tokyo)
No.217 Mar., 1962 Kuno Takeshi On the “Standing-tree” Style of Buddhist Sculpture
No.217 Mar., 1962 Kumamoto Kenjiro Aoki Shigeru’s Illustrations for “Story of Bible”
No.217 Mar., 1962 Tazawa Yutaka Material of Art Research: Collected Materials Concerning the Great Buddha of Kamakura
No.216 Jan., 1962 Nakagawa Sensaku On Ninsei’s Ceramic Designs
No.216 Jan., 1962 Kamiya Eiko 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
No.216 Jan., 1962 Nakamura Denzaburo 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
No.216 Jan., 1962 Kawakami Kei Explanation of the Plate: “Bamboos” by Tai Ming-shuo (Coll. Mr. Wada Kanji, Osaka)
No.216 Jan., 1962   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1960
No.215 Mar., 1961 Tanaka Ichimatsu A Few Problems Concerning Sotatsu: Introducing Recently Discovered Works of Sotatsu Style
No.215 Mar., 1961 Akiyama Terukazu On the Picture-scroll “Love Romance of Lord Takafusa”: The Identification and Historical Character of the Scroll Known as “Fujinami-e Soshi”
No.215 Mar., 1961 Nakamura Yoshio The Picture-scroll “Heike Kindachi Soshi” and Fujiwara Takafusa: The Source of the text of its "Seigaiha" Section
No.215 Mar., 1961   Report of the Institute
No.214 Mar., 1961 Ito Takuji The Letter in Kana Characters Inscribed on Reverse of a Document among the “Tonan-in Archives” Preserved in the Shoso-in
No.214 Mar., 1961 Tamura Etsuko Studies on Saigyo’s Calligraphy: Based Especially on a Kana Letter Written by En-i (alias Saigyo) in the Imperial Collection
No.214 Mar., 1961   Report of the Institute
No.213 Mar., 1961 Kumamoto Kenjiro Goseda Yoshimatsu
No.213 Mar., 1961 Kumagai Nobuo Reference Materials for Art Research: The Dated Manuscripts Brought Back from Turfan by Reverend Tachibana
No.213 Mar., 1961 Kawakami Kei Explanation of the Plates: Landscapes, Attributed to Hsia Kuei (Coll. Mr. Nakamura Masae, Kanagawa)
No.213 Mar., 1961   Report of the Institute
No.212 Feb., 1961 Takata Osamu The Earliest Buddha Images in the Gandhara Art, an Approach to the Origin of the Buddha Image
No.212 Feb., 1961 Yamasaki Kazuo Reference Materials for Art Research: Pigments in the Wall-paintings in Central Asia
No.212 Feb., 1961 Akiyama Terukazu Explanation of the Plates: The Painted Dado of Cella M. V at Miran Site (Coll. Section of Central Asian Antiquities, National Museum, New Delhi)
No.212 Feb., 1961 Tazawa Yutaka Explanation of the Plates: Wooden Bodhisattva (Maitreya) of Chusho-in, Todai-ji (Nara)
No.211 Dec., 1960 Akiyama Terukazu Pien-wen and Paintings at Tun-huang: Again with Special Reference to the “Magic Competition between Sariputra and Raudraksa (Chiang-mo-pien)”
No.211 Dec., 1960 Kuno Takeshi Statues in the Tohoku District (II)
No.211 Dec., 1960 Kohara Jiro A Study on the Material Used for Old Wooden Statues in Japan
No.211 Dec., 1960   Report of the Institute
No.210 Sep., 1960 Kuno Takeshi Statues in the Tohoku District (I)
No.210 Sep., 1960 Ikawa Kazuko Statues of Kichijo Ten
No.210 Sep., 1960   Report of the Institute
No.210 Sep., 1960   Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1959
No.209 Jun., 1960 Kumagai Nobuo The Halo Donated by O-Enson Dated 594 A. D.
No.209 Jun., 1960 Komatsu Shigemi The Discovery of a Segment of the Text of “Hotaru” Chapter, Genji Monogatari Emaki
No.209 Jun., 1960 Seki Chiyo The Ugo-kai Society
No.209 Jun., 1960 Tani Shin-ichi Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Manzai Jungo, Owned by Sambo-in, Kyoto
No.209 Jun., 1960 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: Buddhist Triad with Inscription Donated by Pao-hua Dated 623 A. D., Coll. Mr. Chun Hyungpil, Seoul
No.209 Jun., 1960 Kuno Takeshi Explanation of the Plate: Sho Kannon (Avalokitesvara), Owned by Myoo-ji, Okayama
No.209 Jun., 1960   Report of the Institute
No.208 Jun., 1960 Yanagisawa Taka Iconography of Ichiji Kinrin Mandara Paintings and Art-historic Researches on their Existing Specimens
No.208 Jun., 1960 Kumagai Nobuo The Gilt Bronze Padmapani Dated 484
No.208 Jun., 1960 Kumagai Nobuo “Three Buddhist Bronzes of the Earliest Age in China” Addendum
No.208 Jun., 1960 Akiyama Terukazu “Sumi-gaki” (Ink Drawing) in the Heian Period
No.208 Jun., 1960   Report of the Institute
No.207 Jun., 1960 Takata Osamu On the Art of the Saiva Temple Banteay Srei: Its Stylistic Position in the Art History of Cambodia
No.207 Jun., 1960 Nakagawa Sensaku On the “Old Kutani” Porcelain with Roundel Medallion Patterns of the So-called Shonzui Style
No.207 Jun., 1960 Matsubara Saburo Chinese Buddhist Sculpture of the Five Dynasties
No.206 May, 1960 Kumamoto Kenjiro Western-style Painting in Japan during the Early Meiji Period
No.206 May, 1960 Yamane Yuzo The Screen-painting “Autumn Grasses” by Korin
No.206 May, 1960 Mizuno Keizaburo Materials of Art Research: Materials Concerning the Buddhist Sculptor Kojo
No.205 Apr., 1960 Yonezawa Yoshiho The “Snow Landscapes along the Liver Chang-chiang” Attributed to Wang Wei
No.205 Apr., 1960 Miya Tsugio The “Ippen Hijiri-e” and the Artist En-i
No.205 Apr., 1960   Report of the Institute
No.204 Jan., 1960 Ito Takuji The Poem Scrolls by Koetsu with Katsuga Decoration: Essays on Hon'ami Koetsu, I
No.204 Jan., 1960 Kuno Takeshi Unkei and the Statues in Joraku-ji
No.204 Jan., 1960 Ikawa Kazuko Related Article: Objects and Inscriptions Inside the Statues in Joraku-ji
No.204 Jan., 1960 Ikawa Kazuko Supplement to “The Statue of Bato Kannon in the Kanzeon-ji”
No.204 Jan., 1960   Report of the Institute
No.204 Jan., 1960   General Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1958
No.203 Mar., 1959 Kuno Takeshi Natabori and Unfinished Statues
No.203 Mar., 1959 Yoshimura Rei A Study on “Jen Chung” Images of Vairocana Dharmakaya
No.203 Mar., 1959 Kumagai Nobuo Three Buddhist Bronzes of the Earliest Age in China
No.203 Mar., 1959 Matsushita Takaaki 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)
No.203 Mar., 1959   Report of the Institute
No.202 Mar., 1959 Fukuyama Toshio The Five-storied Pagoda at the Kaijusen-ji, Kyoto
No.202 Mar., 1959 Matsubara Saburo Eastern Wei Sculpture: Its Characteristics and its Connection with Japanese Tori Style Sculpture of the Aska Period
No.202 Mar., 1959 Nagashima Fukutaro Material for Art Research: Recently Discovered Materials of Art Research: Soju and “Juko's Secrets on Tea-ceremony”
No.202 Mar., 1959   Report of the Institute
No.201 Mar., 1959 Nakagawa Sensaku Designs on “Old Seto” Porcelain
No.201 Mar., 1959 Yoshizawa Chu The Work of Taiga during his Twenties: With his Dated Paintings as the Criteria
No.201 Mar., 1959 Kumamoto Kenjiro Western-style Painting in Japan during the Middle Part of the Meiji Period (III)
No.200 Mar., 1959 Kumagai Nobuo A Gilt-bronze Head of Buddha Brought from Khotan
No.200 Mar., 1959 Kim Che-won On Buddhist Statues Found at the Ruins of Sooksoosa Temple Korea
No.200 Mar., 1959   Report of the Institute
No.199 Dec., 1958 Kuno Takeshi On Buddhist Statues with “Flat Board” Haloes
No.199 Dec., 1958 Yamasaki Kazuo Related Article: The Pigments Used in Painting on the Halo for One of the Attendants to Bhaisajya-guru, Ryosen-ji, Nara
No.199 Dec., 1958 Ikawa Kazuko The Statue of Ekadasamukha Dated the Year Enkyu 1
No.199 Dec., 1958   Report of the Institute
No.198 Sep., 1958 Tanaka Ichimatsu The Screen-painting “Landscapes of the Four Seasons” by Sesson
No.198 Sep., 1958 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
No.198 Sep., 1958   Report of the Institute
No.198 Sep., 1958   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
No.197 Mar., 1958 Tamura Etsuko A Study on Letters by Fujiwara Shunzei
No.197 Mar., 1958 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)
No.197 Mar., 1958   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
No.196 Mar., 1958 Yamasaki Kazuo App. A. The Pigments Used in the Wall-paintings, Daigo-ji Monastery
No.196 Mar., 1958 Ito Takuji App. B. The Scribblings in Kata-Kana and Hira-Gana Letters Found on Several Spots of the Ceiling Boards
No.196 Mar., 1958 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
No.196 Mar., 1958 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.)
No.195 Mar., 1958 Seki Chiyo Uemura Shoen and Her Paintings
No.195 Mar., 1958 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)
No.195 Mar., 1958   Report of the Institute
No.194 Dec., 1957 Mori Teijiro Wall-painting in the tomb at Takehara, Wakamiya-machi, Kurate-gun, Fukuoka-ken
No.194 Dec., 1957 Naito Masatsune Roof Tiles with Fun Drawings in the Nara Period
No.194 Dec., 1957 Kumagai Nobuo A Terra-cotta Figure of Jivajivaka from East Turkistan
No.194 Dec., 1957   Report of the Institute
No.193 Nov., 1957 Ito Takuji The Korenori-shu in the Seikado Collection (1)
No.193 Nov., 1957 Shirahata Yoshi The Decoration of the Paper Base of the Sanjurokunin Kashu, Honganji Version: With Special Reference to the Under-drawings
No.193 Nov., 1957 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
No.192 Aug., 1957 Kumamoto Kenjiro Western-style Painting in Japan during the Middle Part of the Meiji Period (II)
No.192 Aug., 1957 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.)
No.192 Aug., 1957 &Kuno Takeshi Explanation of the Plates: The Statue of Sho Kannon in the Jokyo-ji (Shiga)
No.192 Aug., 1957   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
No.191 Mar., 1957 Akiyama Terukazu The Three Wooden Caskets from Subashi in the Kucha Region, Brought Back by the Pelliot Mission
No.191 Mar., 1957   Report of the Institute
No.190 Mar., 1957 Tanaka Ichimatsu Portraits of Ono-no-Tofu
No.190 Mar., 1957 Ikawa Kazuko The Statue of Bato Kannon in the Kanzeon-ji
No.190 Mar., 1957 Nakamura Denzaburo An Outline History of the Nippon Chokoku-kai: Okakura Tenshin and Modern Japanese Sculpture
No.190 Mar., 1957   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
No.189 Mar., 1957 Ueno Aki The Painting of “Beauties in Foreign Dress” from Central Asia
No.189 Mar., 1957 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
No.188 Mar., 1957 Kumamoto Kenjiro Western-style Painting in Japan during the Middle Part of the Meiji Period
No.188 Mar., 1957 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)
No.188 Mar., 1957   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
No.187 Mar., 1957 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
No.186 Dec., 1956 Kumagai Nobuo Bifrons and Vessels with Applied Human Masks from East Turkisutan
No.186 Dec., 1956 Kuno Takeshi Wooden Statues in “Nata-Bori” in the Kanto District
No.186 Dec., 1956   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
No.185 Sep., 1956 Kumagai Nobuo A Study on Sesshu's Paintings in Colors
No.185 Sep., 1956 Nakagawa Sensaku Designs on Oribe Pottery
No.185 Sep., 1956 Oka Isaburo The Fusain Society
No.185 Sep., 1956   Report of the Institute
No.184 Mar., 1956 Tanaka Ichimatsu The Art of Liang K’ai
No.184 Mar., 1956 Shimada Shujiro App. Material of Liang K’ai
No.184 Mar., 1956 Fukuyama Toshio A Historical Manuscript Relating to the Construction of Shinden Style House
No.184 Mar., 1956 Tamura Etsuko App. Text Written Between the Lines of the Order Sheets of Timber
No.184 Mar., 1956 Ito Takuji Writings on Back of Paper of “Hyisei-shu” and “Kanjo Ajari Senji Kancho” in the Shoren-in
No.184 Mar., 1956 Matsushita Takaaki “Flowers and Birds of the Twelve Months” by Kenzan
No.184 Mar., 1956 Kumamoto Kenjiro Kano Hogai's Works in His Late Years
No.184 Mar., 1956 Odakane Taro The Naturalism Movement of the Musei-kai
No.184 Mar., 1956 Nakamura Denzaburo The Seinen Shoso-kai, a Group of Japanese Sculptors in the Meiji Period
No.184 Mar., 1956 Takata Osamu On the Dated Buddha Images in the Kushan Art of Mathura
No.184 Mar., 1956 Takata Osamu Related Article: On the Bodhisattva and Worshippers, Relieves on Stone from Mathura, India, Coll. Mr. Yamanaka Jiro, Kyoto
No.184 Mar., 1956 Matsumoto Eiichi The Shui-ying Scroll-painting from Tun-huang
No.184 Mar., 1956 Sawayanagi Daigoro Works of Art as Objects of Studies in Art History
No.184 Mar., 1956   Report of the Institute
No.183 Feb., 1956 Maruo Shozaburo The Statue of Fudo Myoo in the Sai-in, Kyoogokoku-ji Monastery
No.183 Feb., 1956 Kuno Takeshi The Statue of Yakushi Nyorai in the Kuroishi-dera Monastery
No.183 Feb., 1956 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
No.183 Feb., 1956 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.)
No.183 Feb., 1956   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
No.182 Dec., 1955 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
No.182 Dec., 1955 Yamasaki Kazuo App. II: On the Fragments of Glass, Found Inside the Statue of Amitabha in the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
No.182 Dec., 1955 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
No.182 Dec., 1955 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
No.182 Dec., 1955 Mori Hisashi Materials for Art Research: Records Concerning the Repair of Amitabha Statue in the Hoodo, Byodo-in Monastery
No.182 Dec., 1955 Okada Jo Explanation of the Plates: The Koto (Musical Instrument) Box with Colour-painted Design, Owned by the Kasuga Jinja (Nara)
No.182 Dec., 1955   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
No.181 Aug., 1955 Matsubara Saburo White Marble Buddhist Statues in “Hanka Shiyui” Pose in the Eastern Wei to Northern Ch'i Dynasties
No.181 Aug., 1955 Matsumoto Eiichi Explanation of the Plates: A Fragment of “Preaching Buddha” (Wall Painting from Tun-huang, Coll. Fogg Art Museum, U. S. A.)
No.181 Aug., 1955   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
No.180 Mar., 1955 Nakagawa Sensaku Notes on Designs of “Old Kutani” Porcelain
No.180 Mar., 1955 Iyenaga Saburo Materials for Art Research: Index to Old Literary Sources Regarding Scroll-paintings
No.180 Mar., 1955 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)
No.180 Mar., 1955   Report of the Institute
No.179 Mar., 1955 Kumagai Nobuo Murals from the Sites Nos. 3 and 5, Miran
No.179 Mar., 1955 Akiyama Terukazu An Old Chest (Karabitsu) in the Kyo-o-gokoku-ji Monastery and the Decorative Paintings on it
No.179 Mar., 1955 Kohara Jiro App. Wood of the Old Chest (Karabitsu)
No.179 Mar., 1955 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
No.178 Mar., 1955 Hommma Masayoshi Moulds and Models in Ancient Japanese Casting
No.178 Mar., 1955 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
No.177 Feb., 1955 Kumamoto Kenjiro Supplement to the “Works of the Kuroda Seiki”
No.177 Feb., 1955 Mochimaru Kazuo The “Pine-trees on Beach” Motifs Found on Screen-paintings
No.177 Feb., 1955 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: A Clay Head of a Buddhist Statue Brought Back from Central Asia
No.177 Feb., 1955   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
No.176 Nov., 1954 Fujioka Michio A Study on the Dai Hojo Building in the Nanzen-ji Monastery
No.176 Nov., 1954 Ogushi Sumio Reference Materials for Art Research: The Paintings of Buddhist Hells in the Jussai-do Hall of the Hojo-ji Monastery
No.176 Nov., 1954 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
No.175 Sep., 1954 Nakagawa Sensaku Korean Designs Found on Koryo Nacre Inlays and Clay-inlaid Celadons
No.175 Sep., 1954 Sugiyama Shinzo The Derivation of the Tenjiku-yo Style in Korean Architecture
No.175 Sep., 1954 Matsumoto Eiichi Reference Materials for Art Research: Koryo Paintings of "Five Hundred Arhats"
No.175 Sep., 1954 Okada Jo Reference Materials for Art Research: Literary Sources of Study on Koryo Nacre Inlays
No.175 Sep., 1954 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)
No.175 Sep., 1954 Nakagawa Sensaku Explanation of the Plate: Koryo Celadon Box with Designs of Phoenix, Cloud and Crane in Clay Inlay (Anonymous Collection)
No.175 Sep., 1954   Report of the Institute
No.175 Sep., 1954   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
No.174 Mar., 1954 Yamasaki Kazuo, Nakayama Hidetaro Studies on the Pigments used in the Genji Monogatari Scroll Paintings
No.174 Mar., 1954 Suzuki Keizo The Genji Monogatari Scroll Paintings from the Standpoint of Costumes and Interiors
No.174 Mar., 1954 Nakamura Yoshio Studies on the Text of the Genji Monogatari Scroll Paintings
No.174 Mar., 1954 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
No.173 Mar., 1954 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
No.173 Mar., 1954 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
No.172 Feb., 1954 Kumagai Nobuo The Wall-paintings Brought from the Maya Cave of the Third Group at Qyzil
No.172 Feb., 1954   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
No.171 Nov., 1953 Mochimaru Kazuo Door and Screen Paintings Depicted in the Scroll-painting “Life of Honen”
No.171 Nov., 1953 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”
No.170 Oct., 1953 Kumagai Nobuo Supplement to “Wall-paintings Brought from Cave-temples at Bazaklik”
No.170 Oct., 1953 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
No.170 Oct., 1953 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
No.169 Mar., 1953 Ito Takuji Sequel to “Calligraphy by I-shan I-ning”
No.169 Mar., 1953 Mochimaru Kazuo Door and Screen Paintings as Depicted in the Scroll-paintings “Ishiyama-dera Engi” and "Boki E-kotoba"
No.169 Mar., 1953   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
No.168 Mar., 1953 Nakayama Hidetaro Experiments of X-ray Penetration on Japanese Pigments
No.168 Mar., 1953 Akiyama Terukazu X-ray Experiments on the “Illustrated Inga-kyo Sutra,” the Scroll-painting “Murasaki Shikibu Nikki” and the “Resurrection of Buddha”
No.168 Mar., 1953 Nakagawa Sensaku Investigations on Ancient Ceramics by Means of Fluorescence or Ultra-violet Rays
No.168 Mar., 1953 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
No.167 Feb., 1953 Fukuyama Toshio Summarized Report of Damages of the Main Hall, Horyuji
No.167 Feb., 1953 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
No.167 Feb., 1953 Sakurai Takakage, Iwasaki Tomokichi Scientific Treatments Made on the Main Hall of the Horyuji Monastery after the Fire of 1949
No.167 Feb., 1953 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
No.166 Aug., 1952 Fukuyama Toshio The Repository Buildings in the Todaiji Temple and the Shoso-in Imperial Repository in the Compounds of the Same Temple
No.166 Aug., 1952 Horiike Shumpo Reference Materials for Art Research: An Essay on the Ksitigarbha Statue in the Hokke-do Hall of the Todaiji Temple
No.166 Aug., 1952 Kuno Takeshi Explanation of the Plates: Vajrapani (Buddhist Guardian God, in Japanese: Shitsukongo-shin), Owned by the Todaiji Temple, Nara
No.166 Aug., 1952 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
No.165 Apr., 1952 Shimada Shujiro On the Landscape Paintings in the Koto-in Temple, Kyoto
No.165 Apr., 1952 Fukuyama Toshio A Second Supplement to “The Seven-bladed Sword of the Isonokami Jingu, Nara”
No.165 Apr., 1952 Fukuyama Toshio Reference Materials for Art Research: The Ancient Record of Commodities Supply in the Toshodai-ji Temple, Nara
No.165 Apr., 1952 Kawakami Kei Reference Materials for Art Research: The Technical Art Terms of the Six Canons of Hsieh Ho Translated into European Languages
No.165 Apr., 1952   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
No.164 Jan., 1952 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
No.163 Nov., 1951 Kuno Takeshi Buddhist Statues Under X-ray: From a Series of Studies on Art Objects Through Optical Methods
No.163 Nov., 1951 Kobayashi Tsuyoshi Reference Materials for Art Research: On the Statue of Sakyamuni in the Daianji Temple, Nara
No.163 Nov., 1951 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
No.162 Sep., 1951 Kumagai Nobuo The Korean Painter Sekishi Sai-Ryushin
No.162 Sep., 1951 Fukuyama Toshio A Supplement to “The Seven-bladed Sword of the Isonokami Jingu, Nara”
No.162 Sep., 1951 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
No.161 Mar., 1951 Shimada Shujiro On I-p’in, the “Extraordinary” Style of Chinese Painting
No.161 Mar., 1951 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: “Li Po Reciting Poem” by Liang K’ai, Collection of Mr. Mayuyama Junkichi, Tokyo
No.161 Mar., 1951   General Index to the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1950
No.160 Mar., 1951 Kawakita Michiaki An Outline History of the Kojikai Society
No.160 Mar., 1951 Oka Isaburo New Tendencies of Japanese Art in the Late Meiji Period
No.160 Mar., 1951 Kumamoto Kenjiro Landscape Paintings by Takahashi Yuichi
No.160 Mar., 1951 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”
No.159 Mar., 1951 Nakagawa Sensaku On the So-called Namban Karakusa Patterns in Japanese Lacquer Art
No.159 Mar., 1951 Akiyama Terukazu Studies on Art Objects Trough Optical Methods: Foreword
No.159 Mar., 1951 Nakayama Hidetaro Studies on Art Objects Trough Optical Methods: Studies on Buddhist Statues by Radiography
No.159 Mar., 1951 Kuno Takeshi Studies on Art Objects Trough Optical Methods: X-ray Experiments on Sculpture
No.159 Mar., 1951 Yamasaki Kazuo Studies on Art Objects Trough Optical Methods: Studies on the Pigments of Ancient Japanese Paintings by Ultra Violet Light
No.159 Mar., 1951 Akiyama Terukazu Reference Materials for Art Research: Paintings on the Doors of the Main Shrine of the Uji-Kami Jinja, Kyoto
No.159 Mar., 1951 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
No.158 Feb., 1951 Fukuyama Toshio The Seven-bladed Sword of the Isonokami Jingu, Nara
No.158 Feb., 1951 Nagashima Fukutaro Reference Materials for Art Research: A Newly Found Material Relating to the Shichijo Omiya Guild of Buddhist Sculptors
No.158 Feb., 1951 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
No.158 Feb., 1951   Explanation of the Plates: “Tales of Genji” Scroll-painting, Collection of the Owari Tokugawa Reimai-kai Institution, Tokyo
No.158 Feb., 1951 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)
No.157 Dec., 1950 Yamasaki Kazuo Material for Art Research: Pigments Used in the Murals at Ch’ing-lung, Mongolia
No.157 Dec., 1950 Shirahata Yoshi Study on the Portrait of Fujiwara-no-Toyori
No.157 Dec., 1950 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
No.156 Sep., 1950 Kumagai Nobuo The Murals from the Cave Temple No. 11, Bazaklik
No.156 Sep., 1950 Umehara Sueji The Reliquary Discovered in the Pagoda of the Kofuku-ji Temple, Keishu, Korea
No.156 Sep., 1950   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)
No.155 Jul., 1949 Suzuki Keizo Ancient Japanese Costumes As Illustrated in the Picture Scrolls “Genji Monogatari”: With the Masuda Collection Scroll as the Main Object of Research
No.155 Jul., 1949 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
No.154 May, 1949 Sakazaki Shizuka Delacroix
No.154 May, 1949 Tominaga Soichi Some Influences on Cezanne
No.154 May, 1949 Atarashi Kikuo “The Cave on the Rizer Loue” by Courbet
No.154 May, 1949 Yoshikawa Itsuji On El Greco’s “Annunciation”
No.154 May, 1949 Kamon Yasuo “The Head of a Man,” Study Attributed to Rembrandt
No.154 May, 1949 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)
No.153 Mar., 1949 Matsushita Takaaki On the Images of Fudo Myo-o and Two Attendants in the Hoko-in Temple
No.153 Mar., 1949 Mochimaru Kazuo The Portrait of Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Its Painter Kano Mitsunobu
No.153 Mar., 1949 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
No.152 Jan., 1949 Akamatsu Toshihide On the Portraits of the Ashikaga Shoguns
No.152 Jan., 1949 Fukuyama Toshio Reference Materials for Art Research: Shigisan Temple and Priest Myoren
No.152 Jan., 1949 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
No.151 Dec., 1948 Fujita Tsuneyo On the Text of the Picture Scroll Shigisan Engi
No.151 Dec., 1948 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)
No.151 Dec., 1948 Kobayashi Tsuyoshi Explanation of the Plates: Image of Sho Kannon (Avalokitesvara), Owned by Kakurin-ji Temple, Hyogo
No.151 Dec., 1948 Kawakita Michiaki Explanation of the Plates: “Riso” by Kikkawa Reika, Mr. Nagase Tomio Collection, Tokyo
No.151 Dec., 1948   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
No.150 Oct., 1948 Iyenaga Saburo The Hells and the Six Aspects of Metempsychosis Depicted in Buddhist Art
No.150 Oct., 1948 Ito Takuji Research on Old Copies of the Kako Genzai Inga Kyo Sutra: A Textual Study
No.150 Oct., 1948 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
No.149 Aug., 1948 Umezu Jiro On the Illustration of the Lives of Priests Gisho and Gengyo in the Picture Scroll Kegon Engi
No.149 Aug., 1948 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
No.149 Aug., 1948 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
No.148 Jun., 1948 Maeda Yasuji Study on the Mirrors with Seashore Design in the Imperials Collection
No.148 Jun., 1948 Kondo Yoshihiro Origin and Significance of “Kasen” Picture Tablets
No.148 Jun., 1948 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
No.147 May, 1948 Tani Shin-Ichi A Genealogical Sketch on Kano Soshu: Study on the Kano School Painters of the Early Edo Period
No.147 May, 1948 Mochimaru Kazuo On Kano Soshu
No.147 May, 1948 Akiyama Terukazu Explanation of the Plates: Picture Scroll of the Tales of Genji, Mr. Masuda Taro Collection, Kanagawa
No.147 May, 1948   Report of the Institute
No.146 Apr., 1948 Sherman E. Lee A Study of Chinese Painting
No.146 Apr., 1948 Suzuki Keizo Manners and Customs Depicted in the Picture Scroll “Ban Dainagon Ekotoba”
No.146 Apr., 1948 Okada Jo The Kenuki-gata Sword Having Gold-lacquered Scabbard with Nacre Inlay, Owned by the Kasuga Jinja, Nara
No.146 Apr., 1948 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
No.145 Dec., 1947 Yamasaki Kazuo Chemical Study on the Pigments Used in the Wall-paintings of the Main Hall and Pagoda of Horyu-ji Temple
No.145 Dec., 1947 Asano Kiyoshi Study of the Original Construction of the Dempo-do Hall, Horyu-ji Temple
No.145 Dec., 1947 Kuno Takeshi Explanation of the Plate: Lotus-blossom Design on the Celling, Five-storied Pagoda, Horyu-ji Temple, Nara
No.145 Dec., 1947   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
No.144 Oct., 1947 Yamasaki Kazuo Chemical Studies on the Pigments used in the Panel and Door Paintings of the Phoenix Hall
No.144 Oct., 1947 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
No.143 Sep., 1947 Umezu Jiro On the Scroll-painting “Jizo Engi” Owned by Honenji Temple
No.142 Sep., 1947 Ueno Naoteru The Scroll-painting “Ban Dainagon Ekotoba”
No.142 Sep., 1947 Sawayanagi Daigoro The Bronze Statuette of Bodhisattva Dated the Year of Shin Gai in the National Museum Collection
No.142 Sep., 1947 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
No.141 Jun., 1947 Watanabe Hajime Kano Masanobu (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series VIII)
No.141 Jun., 1947   Explanation of Plate: Kazari-Chatsubo (Tea Jar) with Wisteria Design, Earthenware by Ninsei, Coll. Mr. Nagao Kin-ya. Tokyo
No.141 Jun., 1947   Report of the Institute
No.140 Mar., 1947 Kawakita Michiaki Life of Aoki Shigeru (Part IV)
No.140 Mar., 1947 Kumagai Nobuo Wall-painting Brought from the “Foot-washing” Cave-temple, Kizil
No.140 Mar., 1947 Kuno Takeshi Notes on the Drawings and Scribblings Discovered on the Celling of the Main Hall, Horyuji Monastery
No.140 Mar., 1947   Report of the Institute
No.139 Nov., 1946 Yashiro Yukio Scroll-Painting of the Five Planets and the Twenty-eight Stellar Mansions
No.139 Nov., 1946 Shirahata Yoshi Study on Designs in Kirikane (Metal Leaf Strips)
No.139 Nov., 1946 Kawakami Kei Introduction to the “Ku-hua-p’in-lu”
No.139 Nov., 1946   Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1944
No.139 Nov., 1946   Report of the Institute
No.138 Oct., 1944 Kumagai Nobuo Wall Paintings Brought from the Cave-temple No. 4, Bazaklik
No.138 Oct., 1944 Tanaka Kisaku Some Figures in the Nascency of the Nanso School Painting in Japan (Part II)
No.138 Oct., 1944 Kawakita Michiaki Life of Aoki Shigeru (Part III)
No.138 Oct., 1944   Explanation of the Plates: The Nachi Waterfall, Coll. Nezu Museum, Tokyo
No.138 Oct., 1944   Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Pai Lo-tien, Coll. Mr. Muto Kinta, Hyogo
No.138 Oct., 1944   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Baiitsu, Coll. Mr. Tanaka Heiroku, Aichi
No.138 Oct., 1944   Report of the Institute
No.137 Jul., 1944 Umehara Sueji On the Glazed Pottery Ware of the Imperial Repository Shosoin
No.137 Jul., 1944 Shirahata Yoshi Notes on the Paintings in the Hokekyo Sutra Scrolls in Count Matsudaira’s Collection
No.137 Jul., 1944   Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Nanso-e Koji, Coll. Mr. Kimura Teizo, Osaka
No.137 Jul., 1944   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by I Fu-Chiu, Coll. Mr. Murai Ichibei, Mie
No.137 Jul., 1944 Tanaka Kisaku Hyakusetsu-Osho-Gyojo, Nankai-Keifu
No.137 Jul., 1944   Report of the Institute
No.136 May, 1944 Umezu Jiro Notes on the Scroll-painting “Zuijin Teiki Emaki”
No.136 May, 1944 Fukui Rikichiro A Few Words on Mu Ch’i (Part II)
No.136 May, 1944 Kawakita Michiaki Life of Aoki Shigeru (Part II)
No.136 May, 1944   Explanation of the Plates: “Autumn Landscape” by Shih-T’ien, Col. Mr. Nakamura Junsaku, Hyogo
No.136 May, 1944   Report of the Institute
No.135 Mar., 1944 Fukui Rikichiro A Few Words on Mu Ch’i (Part I)
No.135 Mar., 1944 Yashiro Yukio Clay Buddha Images in Relief Excavated from Tun-huang, China
No.135 Mar., 1944   Explanation of the Plates: “Amitabha and His Holy Crowd Coming to Receive the Dead into His Paradise,” Owned by the Kombuin Nunnery, Nara
No.135 Mar., 1944 Tanaka Toyozo Explanation of the Plates: Two Zen Saints in Meditation” by Shih K’o, Owned by the Syohozi Temple, Kyoto
No.135 Mar., 1944   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
No.135 Mar., 1944   Explanation of the Plate: “Portrait of Sugawara Michizane” by Kagei, Coll. Marquis Hosokawa Moritatu, Tokyo
No.135 Mar., 1944   Report of the Institute
No.134 Feb., 1944 Kawakita Michiaki Life of Aoki Shigeru (Part I)
No.134 Feb., 1944 Koyama Fujio Ceramic Kilns at Tz’u-chou, China
No.134 Feb., 1944 Tanaka Kisaku Some Figures in the Nascency of the Nanso School Painting in Japan (Part I)
No.134 Feb., 1944   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Taiga, Coll. Baron Dan Ino, Tokyo
No.134 Feb., 1944   Explanation of the Plates: ”The Enlighten Sakya Leaving the Mountain” and “Snowy Landscape” by Liang Ch’iai, Coll. Court Sakai Tadahiro, Tokyo
No.134 Feb., 1944   Explanation of the Plate: “The Resurrection of Sakya” Owned by the Tyohozi Temple, Kyoto
No.134 Feb., 1944   Report of the Institute
No.133 Dec., 1943 Umehara Sueji Some Specimens of Chinese Pictorial Art of the Han Period
No.133 Dec., 1943 Nagashima Fukutaro On the Rise and Spread of the “Kasuga Mandara” Painting
No.133 Dec., 1943 Kumamoto Kenjiro Kuroda Seiki’s Later Activities and Works (Part III)
No.133 Dec., 1943   Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1943
No.133 Dec., 1943   Report of the Institute
No.132 Nov., 1943 Suganuma Teizo The Works of Kazan’s Middle Years
No.132 Nov., 1943 Shirahata Yoshi On the Onna-e Pictures
No.132 Nov., 1943 Kumamoto Kenjiro Kuroda Seiki’s Later Activities and Works (Part II)
No.132 Nov., 1943 Editor Heian Jinbutsushi, Address Book of Artists and Scholars in Kyoto, Published in the 2nd Year of Tenmei (1782)
No.132 Nov., 1943   Report of the Institute
No.131 Sep., 1943 Tanaka Kisaku On the Images of Caturmaharaja Enshrined in the Kaidan-in of the Todaiji Temple
No.131 Sep., 1943 Umezu Jiro Study on the Scroll-painting “Jizo Engi Emaki” in the Collection of the Imperial Household Museum, Tokyo
No.131 Sep., 1943 Ogushi Sumio Images of Manjusri Crossing the Sea
No.131 Sep., 1943 Matsushita Takaaki On the “Manihoshu Mandala”
No.131 Sep., 1943 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll “Jizo Engi Emaki” in the Collection of the Imperial Household Museum, Tokyo
No.131 Sep., 1943   Report of the Institute
No.130 Jul., 1943 Kumamoto Kenjiro Kuroda Seiki’s Later Activities and Works (Part I)
No.130 Jul., 1943 Tanaka Kisaku A Few Problems Concerning the Picture-scroll “Genji Monogatari” Ascribed to Takayoshi
No.130 Jul., 1943 Tanaka Toyozo On Mu Ch’i
No.130 Jul., 1943 Umehara Sueji Some Specimens of the T’ang Silverware
No.130 Jul., 1943   Report of the Institute
No.129 Mar., 1943 Suganuma Teizo On the Early Works of Watanabe Kazan
No.129 Mar., 1943 Kameta Tsutomu “Preaching Sakyamuni” in Embroidery, Owned by the Kanjuji Temple
No.129 Mar., 1943 Tazawa Yutaka The Development of Wooden Sculpture in the Early Heian Period (Part II)
No.129 Mar., 1943 Kurokawa Mitsutomo The Cowhide Keman Owned by the Kyoogokokuji Temple
No.129 Mar., 1943   Explanation of the Plates: “Kannon, Monkeys and a Crane” by Mu-sh’i, Coll. Daitokuji Temple, Kyoto
No.129 Mar., 1943   Report of the Institute
No.128 Jan., 1943 Tazawa Yutaka The Development of Wooden Sculpture in the Early Heian Period (Part I)
No.128 Jan., 1943 Tani Shin-ichi Study on Tosa Yukihiro (Part II)
No.128 Jan., 1943 Iyenaga Saburo Study on the Seasonal Themes in the Yamato-e Painting of the Heian Period (Part II)
No.128 Jan., 1943 Tanaka Toyozo On the Painting “Chikurin Baika Zu” in the Collection of Marquis Asano
No.128 Jan., 1943   Explanation of the Plates: Box with Wheel Pattern, Coll. Mr. Ogura Akira, Tokyo
No.128 Jan., 1943   Explanation of the Plates: “Tenjin Engi Emaki,” Coll. Imperial Household Museum, Tokyo
No.128 Jan., 1943   Explanation of the Plates: “Kasuga Miya Mandara,” Coll. Mr. Yuasa Shichizaemon, Kyoto
No.128 Jan., 1943   Explanation of the Plates: “A Peacock and Pine Tree” Ascribed to Yusho, Cll. Kenninji Temple, Kyoto
No.128 Jan., 1943   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Gyokushu, Coll. Mr. Wanaka Kinsuke, Wakayama
No.128 Jan., 1943 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)
No.128 Jan., 1943   Report of the Institute
No.127 Nov., 1942 Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Tosa Yukihiro (Part I)
No.127 Nov., 1942 Tanaka Kisaku The Origin of the Nanso School Painting in Japan
No.127 Nov., 1942 Iyenaga Saburo Study on the Seasonal Themes in the Yamato-e Painting of the Heian Period (Part I)
No.127 Nov., 1942   Explanation of the Plates: Image of Sho-kannon, Coll. Minedera, Shimane
No.127 Nov., 1942   Explanation of the Plate: “Tea Connoisseurs” Ascribed to Ts’ien Shun-chu, Coll. Mr. Abe Kojiro, Hyogo
No.127 Nov., 1942   Explanation of the Plates: Image of Kokuzo-bosatsu, Coll. Horinji Temple, Nara
No.127 Nov., 1942   Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1942
No.127 Nov., 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
No.126 Sep., 1942 Kumagai Nobuo Wall-paintings Brought from the Cave-temple No. 20, Bazaklik
No.126 Sep., 1942 Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part V)
No.126 Sep., 1942   Explanation of the Plate: “Woman Playing Guitar” Ascribed to Nobukata, Coll. Ikenaga Museum, Hyogo
No.126 Sep., 1942   Explanation of the Plates: “Autumn Landscape,” Coll. Mr. Abe Kojiro, Hyogo
No.126 Sep., 1942 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scrolls “Kitanotenjin Engi” Kept in Tsuda-jinja
No.126 Sep., 1942   Report of the Institute
No.125 Jul., 1942 Kanamori Takashi Study on the Hakuho-style Sculpture
No.125 Jul., 1942 Shirahata Yoshi Utae and Ashide Paintings
No.125 Jul., 1942 Tanaka Kisaku On Shiki-soka-zu Painting by Sosetsu
No.125 Jul., 1942 Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part IV)
No.125 Jul., 1942   Explanation of the Plates: “Acala and Eight Attendants,” Coll. Mr. Yamamoto Hatsujiro, Hyogo
No.125 Jul., 1942   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” Ascribed to Sotan, Coll. Mr. Matsunaga Yasuzaemon, Tokyo
No.125 Jul., 1942   Report of the Institute
No.124 May, 1942 Yashiro Yukio A Female Sepulchral Figure of T’ang Dynasty, Glazed in Three Colours
No.124 May, 1942 Katori Hotsuma On Kettles for Tea Cult
No.124 May, 1942 Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part III)
No.124 May, 1942   Explanation of the Plates: “A Daffodil and a Quail,” Attributed to Emperor Hui-tsung, Coll. Marquis Asano Nagatake, Tokyo
No.124 May, 1942   Explanation of the Plates: “Acala” Coll. Jinmokuji Temple, Aichi
No.124 May, 1942   Report of the Institute
No.123 Mar., 1942 Umezu Jiro Scroll-Painting Mabutsu-ichinyo Ekotoba
No.123 Mar., 1942 Horiguchi Sutemi Study of Kundaikan-sauchoki from the Viewpoint of Architectural History (On Shoin and Chasitsu of the Muromachi Period, Part II)
No.123 Mar., 1942   Explanation of the Plates: Image of Fugen-emmyo (Life-prolonging Samantabhadra) Coll. Matsunoodera Temple, Kyoto
No.123 Mar., 1942   Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Shoichi-Kokushi by Mincho, Coll. Tofukuji Temple, Kyoto
No.123 Mar., 1942   Explanation of the Plate: Image of Prince Shotoku-taishi, Coll. Mrs. Sen Shimomura, Kanagawa
No.123 Mar., 1942 Umezu Jiro The Text of the Scroll “Mabutsu-ichinyo Ekotoba”
No.123 Mar., 1942   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)
No.122 Feb., 1942 Kumagai Nobuo Wall-paintings Brought from the Cave-temple No. 19, Bazaklik
No.122 Feb., 1942   Explanation of the Plate: “Autumn Moon on Lake Tungting” Ascribed to Mu-ch’i, Coll. Prince Iyemasa Tokugawa, Tokyo
No.122 Feb., 1942   Explanation of the Plates: “Zenzai-doji on a Tour in Search of Enlightenment,” Coll. Mr. Kunizo Hara, Tokyo
No.122 Feb., 1942 Horiguchi Sutemi Text of Kundaikan-Sauchoki (Notes on Arts and Artists) Made by Soami, Formerly in the Collection of Kakokusai
No.122 Feb., 1942   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
No.121 Jan., 1942 Akiyama Terukazu The Kara-e and Yamato-e Paintings of the Heian Period (Part II)
No.121 Jan., 1942   Explanation of the Plates: “Kinkoku-en” & “Tori-en” by Ch’iu Ying, Coll. Chion-in Monastery, Kyoto
No.121 Jan., 1942   Explanation of the Plate: Brick with Phoenix Design, Coll. Minami-hokkeji Temple, Nara
No.121 Jan., 1942 Horiguchi Sutemi Text of Kundaikan-sauchoki (Notes on Arts and Artists) made by Noami, Formerly in the Collection of Shuko
No.121 Jan., 1942   Report of the Institute
No.120 Dec., 1941 Akiyama Terukazu The Kara-e and Yamato-e Paintings of the Heian Period (Part I)
No.120 Dec., 1941 Suganuma Teizo Landscape Sketches of Four Provinces Shishu Shinkei by Kazan
No.120 Dec., 1941 Ogushi Sumio On the Jukkai-zu Painting (Part II)
No.120 Dec., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Dragon” and “Tiger” by Mu-ch’i, Coll. Daitokuji Temple, Kyoto
No.120 Dec., 1941   Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1941
No.120 Dec., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.119 Nov., 1941 Kumamoto Kenjiro On the Images of Western Emperors, Kings and Princes Newly Discovered
No.119 Nov., 1941 Ogushi Sumio On the Jukkai-zu Painting
No.119 Nov., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.118 Oct., 1941 Akiyama Terukazu On the Folding-screens Used on the Grand Ceremony of Daijo-e at Court
No.118 Oct., 1941 Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda’s Activities and Works (Part III)
No.118 Oct., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Senzui-byobu,” Coll. Jingoji Temple, Kyoto
No.118 Oct., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: Landscape (One of the Eight Scenic Views of Hsiao-hsiang) attributed to Mu-ch’i, Coll. Marquis Toshitame Maeda, Tokyo
No.118 Oct., 1941   Explanation of the Plate: Landscape (One of the Eight Scenic Views of Hsiao-hsiang) attributed to Mu-ch’i, Coll. Baron Taro Masuda, Tokyo
No.118 Oct., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: Statue of the Priest Nichira, Coll. Tachibanadera Temple, Nara
No.118 Oct., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.117 Sep., 1941 Yashiro Yukio Buddhistic Statuettes of Gilded Bronze in Gandhara Style
No.117 Sep., 1941 Koyama Fujio On the Official Porcelain of the Sung Dynasty
No.117 Sep., 1941   Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Go-en-yuin, by Tosa Mitsunobu, Coll. Unryuin Monastery, Kyoto
No.117 Sep., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: Landscape with Figures, by Kano Masanobu, Coll. Mr. Ginjiro Fujiwara, Tokyo
No.117 Sep., 1941   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
No.116 Aug., 1941 Kido Hisashi On the Construction of Jorakuden (Inner Citadel) of the Nagoya-jo Castle
No.116 Aug., 1941   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
No.116 Aug., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Kin-Ki-Sho-Ga” (The Four Accomplishments) and “Flowers and Birds” by Tan-yu, Coll. Nagoyajo Castle, Aichi
No.116 Aug., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: Statuette of Buddha (Gilded Bronze) and Basin under the Statuette (Copper with Hair-lines Engraving), Coll. Todaiji Temple, Nara
No.116 Aug., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.115 Jul., 1941 Umehara Sueji Dated Lacquer Wares Lolang
No.115 Jul., 1941 Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda’s Activities and Works (Part II)
No.115 Jul., 1941 Ogushi Sumio Study on the Raiko Painting in the Collection of Anichiji Temple
No.115 Jul., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Hachiman as a Buddhist Priest,” Coll. Yakushiji Temple, Nara
No.115 Jul., 1941   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
No.114 Jun., 1941 Kameta Tsutomu Some Notes on the “Heike Nokyo” Scroll
No.114 Jun., 1941 Suganuma Teizo New Study on the Portraits by Kazan
No.114 Jun., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Fuyo” by Ki Ti, Coll. Viscount Kosho Fukuoka, Tokyo
No.114 Jun., 1941   Text of the Scroll “Kitanotenjin Engi” in the Collection of the Shrine in Ionosho (Reprinted from the Original)
No.114 Jun., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.113 May., 1941 Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda’s Activities and Works (Part I)
No.113 May., 1941 Iyenaga Saburo Study on “Karaye” Painting of Nara and Heian Periods (Part II)
No.113 May., 1941 Yoshino Tomio Study on Lacquered Suan-te Bowl of Japanese Style
No.113 May., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Portrait of Priest Ikkyu,” Coll. Mr. Masaya Okazaki, Tokyo
No.113 May., 1941   Explanation of the Plate: “Lake Hsi,” Coll. Mr. Issei Hatakeyama, Tokyo
No.113 May., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape with Figures” by Taiga, Coll. Henjokoin Monastery, Wakayama
No.113 May., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Bosatsu,” Coll. Mr. Kin-ya Nagao, Tokyo
No.113 May., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.112 Apr., 1941 Yashiro Yukio Study on “Juichimen Kannon” Kept in the Hase-kannon-do Temple in Yamaguchi
No.112 Apr., 1941 Umezu Jiro On the Scroll-painting “Komyoshingon-kudoku-ekotoba”
No.112 Apr., 1941 Odakane Taro Ernest F. Fenollosa’s Activities in the Field of Art (Part III)
No.112 Apr., 1941   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
No.112 Apr., 1941   Explanation of the Plate: “Pot with Designs of Tree-peony in Black Glaze,” Coll. Marquis Moritatsu Hosokawa, Tokyo
No.112 Apr., 1941 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll “Komyoshingon-kudoku-ekotoba” Kept in the Myo-o-in Monastery, Shiga
No.112 Apr., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.111 Mar., 1941 Iyenaga Saburo Study on “Karaye” Painting of Nara and Heian Periods (Part I)
No.111 Mar., 1941 Odakane Taro Ernest F. Fenollosa’s Activities in the Field of Art (Part II)
No.111 Mar., 1941   Explanation of the Plate: “Sonsho-mandala,” Coll. Kodaiin Monastery, Kyoto
No.111 Mar., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Lotus and Waterfowls,” Coll. Horyuji Temple, Nara
No.111 Mar., 1941   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
No.111 Mar., 1941   Explanation of the Plate: “Cat and Bamboo” by Gaho, Coll. Imperial Household Museum, Tokyo
No.111 Mar., 1941   Explanation of the Plate: Letter of Shoan, Coll. Mr. Kin-ya Nagao, Tokyo
No.111 Mar., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.110 Feb., 1941 Noma Seiroku Study on the Technique of Cast Images
No.110 Feb., 1941 Odakane Taro Ernest F. Fenollosa’s Activities in the Field of Art (Part I)
No.110 Feb., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Images of Eight Founders of Shingon-sect,” Coll. Jingoji Temple, Kyoto
No.110 Feb., 1941   Explanation of the Plates: “Wang Chao-chun Departing for the Country of the Huns” by Kung Su-jan, Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
No.110 Feb., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.109 Jan., 1941 Ono Katsutoshi, Hibino Takeo On Preservation of Shih-fo Ssu in Ta-t’ung
No.109 Jan., 1941 Yashiro Yukio Buddhistic Statues in Gilt Bronze of the Six Dynasties
No.109 Jan., 1941 Koyama Fujio Ting Yao Bowls with Golden Design
No.109 Jan., 1941   Report of the Institute
No.108 Dec., 1940 Kanamori Takashi Study on the Tempyo Sculpture
No.108 Dec., 1940 Honda Seishi Biography of Tessai Tomioka (Part III)
No.108 Dec., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Flowers,” Coll. Tenkyuin Monastery, Kyoto
No.108 Dec., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Juichimen-kannon (Ekadasa-mukha),” Coll. Hokkeji Temple, Nara
No.108 Dec., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Mokubei, Coll. Mr. Koji Nakano, Niigata
No.108 Dec., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscapes” by Tessai, Coll. Mr. Etsuzo Tatsuma, Hyogo
No.108 Dec., 1940   Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1940
No.108 Dec., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.107 Nov., 1940 Suganuma Teizo On Kazan’s Works of His Later Years
No.107 Nov., 1940 Honda Seishi Biography of Tessai Tomioka (Part II)
No.107 Nov., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “A Beauty” by Kazan, Coll. Baron Koyata Iwasaki, Tokyo
No.107 Nov., 1940 Suganuma Teizo Kazan’s Diary (Reprinted from His Original MSS.)
No.107 Nov., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.106 Oct., 1940 Dotani Kenyu Study on the Six Canons of Painting, “liu fa”
No.106 Oct., 1940 Tanaka Kisaku Supplement to the Study of the Date of Production of “Red Acala”
No.106 Oct., 1940 Honda Seishi Biography of Tessai Tomioka (Part I)
No.106 Oct., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: Landscape “Amano-hashidate,” Attributed to Sesshu, Coll. Marquis Toyokage Yamanouchi, Tokyo
No.106 Oct., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Susuki and Quails,” Coll. Count Okimune Date, Tokyo
No.106 Oct., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “White Goose and Swimming Fish” and “Autumnal Grasses and a Pair of Geese” by Kazan, Former Coll. Tatsujiro Hashimoto, Tokyo
No.106 Oct., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Tessai, Coll. Mr. Makitaro Fuse, Fukui
No.106 Oct., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: “Playing Biwa on the Lake” by Wen Chia, Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
No.106 Oct., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.105 Sep., 1940 Toyooka Masuto Study on Amida-do at Shiramizu
No.105 Sep., 1940 Shirahata Yoshi Study on Menashi-kyo
No.105 Sep., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Weaving in the Moonlight” by Kazan, Coll. Baron Koyata Iwasaki, Tokyo
No.105 Sep., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.104 Aug., 1940 Umezu Jiro The Scroll-painting “Noe-hoshi Ekotoba”
No.104 Aug., 1940 Iyenaga Saburo Foundation of Hojoji Temple
No.104 Aug., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: “Bowl with Flowers Pattern,” Pottery, with Three Colour Glaze, Coll. Marquis Moritatsu Hosokawa, Tokyo
No.104 Aug., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Scroll of Poem and Painting” Poem by Tsai Ching, Painting by Hu Shun-tsen, Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
No.104 Aug., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Snow Landscape” by Gyokudo, Coll. Mr. Tetsunosuke Shibata, Shiga
No.104 Aug., 1940   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
No.103 Jul., 1940 Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Tosa Mitsunobu (Part III)
No.103 Jul., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Nirvana,” Coll. Kongobuji Temple, Wakayama
No.103 Jul., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Kao Feng-han, Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
No.103 Jul., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: “Sakyamuni,” Coll. Chuguji Temple, Nara
No.103 Jul., 1940   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
No.102 Jun., 1940 Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda during his Stay in France (Part II)
No.102 Jun., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Bunsei, Coll. Mr. Shichizaemon Yuasa, Kyoto
No.102 Jun., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.101 May, 1940 Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda during his Stay in France (Part I)
No.101 May, 1940 Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Tosa Mitsunobu (Part II)
No.101 May, 1940   Explanation of the Plate: “Painting of Su-wu and Li-ling” by Shunso Hishida, Coll. Mr. Juichi Taguchi, Tokyo
No.101 May, 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Cintamani-cakra,” Coll. Kanshinji Temple, Osaka
No.101 May, 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Letter of Sotatsu,” Coll. Mr. Yukihiko Yasuda, Kanagawa
No.101 May, 1940   Report of the Institute
No.100 Apr., 1940 Taki Seiichi Buddhism and Japanese Art
No.100 Apr., 1940 Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Tosa Mitsunobu (Part I)
No.100 Apr., 1940 Suganuma Teizo Study on Portraits by Chinzan
No.100 Apr., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Fukuse Teaching a Text Book of Confucianism,” Coll. Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
No.100 Apr., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: Scroll “Sanno Reikenki,” Coll. Marquis Saburo Inoue, Tokyo
No.100 Apr., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.099 Mar., 1940 Tanaka Kisaku Study on the Date of Production of “Akafudo or Red Acala”
No.099 Mar., 1940 Umezu Jiro Study on the Scrolls “Sanno Reikenki” (on Reigenji’s Scroll etc.)
No.099 Mar., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: Flower Basket, Coll. Mr. Yukihiko Yasuda, Kanagawa
No.099 Mar., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: Scroll “Thirty-Six Priest-Poets” (Fragment), Coll. Mr. Masaharu Kato, Tokyo
No.099 Mar., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.099 Mar., 1940 Umezu Jiro The Text of the Scrolls “Sanno Reikenki”
No.099 Mar., 1940   Records of the Koami Family
No.098 Feb., 1940 Yashiro Yukio Study on the Album of “Ise Monogatari” Painted by Sotatsu
No.098 Feb., 1940 Yoshino Tomio Study on a Group of Furniture Decorated with Makie in Western Style
No.098 Feb., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: Paintings of “Ise Monogatari,” Album, Collection of Baron Ino Dan, Tokyo
No.098 Feb., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.098 Feb., 1940   Koami Kadensho (Chronology of Koami)
No.098 Feb., 1940   Koami Kadenkan (Records of Koami)
No.097 Jan., 1940 Masaki Tokuzo Study on the Scroll-painting “Nezame Monogatari”
No.097 Jan., 1940 Nishimura Tei Paintings of “Society of Jesus” in Japan and Those of Western Style at the End of Ming Dynasty
No.097 Jan., 1940 Watanabe Hajime Works by Little Known Painters (Part III)
No.097 Jan., 1940 Watanabe Hajime Works by Little Known Painters (Part III)
No.097 Jan., 1940   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by I Fu-chiu, Collection of Mr. Jirobei Hasegawa, Mie
No.097 Jan., 1940   Explanation of the Plates: “Vaisravana,” Collection of Uesugi Shrine, Yamagata
No.097 Jan., 1940   Report of the Institute
No.096 Dec., 1939 Kumamoto Kenjiro G. V. Cappelletti and A. Giovanni
No.096 Dec., 1939 Mori Senzo Study on the Biography of Uragami Gyokudo (Part II)
No.096 Dec., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Painted Basket,” Excavated out of the Tomb at Lo-Lang, Chosen, Collection of Government General of Chosen
No.096 Dec., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Vajra-dhara,” Collection of Todaiji Temple, Nara
No.096 Dec., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Fang Ts’ung-i, Collection of Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
No.096 Dec., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Kyosho, Collection of Mr. Shigetaro Moriya, Gumma
No.096 Dec., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.096 Dec., 1939   Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1939
No.095 Nov., 1939 Suganuma Teizo Study on Portraits of Goto Yujo and His Descendants
No.095 Nov., 1939 Mori Senzo Study on the “Biography of Uragami Gyokudo” (Part I)
No.095 Nov., 1939   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
No.095 Nov., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: Fragment of Wall-Painting of Fukiji Temple, Collection of Mr. Yasuzaemon Matsunaga, Tokyo
No.095 Nov., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.094 Oct., 1939 Tanaka Kisaku Study on the Technique of Shitogwa (Finger-Drawing)
No.094 Oct., 1939 Kumamoto Kenjiro Antonio Fontanesi and His Works in Japan
No.094 Oct., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: Panel Paintings of Kichijoten Shrine of Joruriji Temple,Collection of the Imperial Art School of Tokyo
No.094 Oct., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Five Hundred Arhats,” by Ikeno Taiga, Collection of Manpukuji Temple, Kyoto
No.093 Sep., 1939 Yashiro Yukio Study on Koetsu's Shikishi Dated November 11th, Keicho 11th Year
No.093 Sep., 1939 Umezu Jiro Study on the Scroll “Thirty-Six Priest-Poets”
No.093 Sep., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Acala and Two Boys,” Collection of Ruriji Temple, Hyogo
No.093 Sep., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Buddha,” Collection of The Tokyo Imperial Art School
No.093 Sep., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.093 Sep., 1939 Umezu Jiro The Text of the Scroll “Thirty-Six Priest-Poets” Reprinted from the Sketches by Tsunenobu
No.092 Aug., 1939 Tani Shin-Ichi Study on Portraits of Hideyoshi Toyotomi
No.092 Aug., 1939 Kumamoto Kenjiro Edoardo Chiossone and His Works in Japan (II)
No.092 Aug., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Flowers,” by Yun Nan-T'ien, Collection of Mr. Kojiro Abe, Hyogo
No.092 Aug., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Hermit Looking Up at the Moon,”Collection of Marquis Naganari Kuroda, Tokyo
No.092 Aug., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Amitabha,” Collection of Nenbutsuji, Mie
No.092 Aug., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.091 Jul., 1939 Morisue Gisho Historical Study on “Shogun-Jizo”
No.091 Jul., 1939 Kumamoto Kenjiro Edoardo Chiossone and His Works in Japan (I)
No.091 Jul., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Portrait of Confucius,” Collection of Mr. Yukihiko Yasuda, Kanagawa
No.091 Jul., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” (The River Hozugawa), by Okyo, Collection of Mr. Sozaemon Nishimura, Kyoto
No.091 Jul., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Birds and Trees,” by Shen T'ien-Jang, Collection of Mr. Kinpei Takeuchi, Tokyo
No.091 Jul., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Apsara,” Collection of Mr. Inosuke Setsu, Tokyo
No.091 Jul., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.090 Jun., 1939 Dotani Kenyu On Li-Tal-Ming-Hua-Chi (Part I)
No.090 Jun., 1939 Yashiro Yukio On Two Unusual Korean Statuettes
No.090 Jun., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “God of Thunder and God of Wind” by Sotatsu, Collection of Kenninji Temple, Kyoto
No.090 Jun., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Arhats,” Collection of Mr. Kotaro Nishimura, Tokyo
No.090 Jun., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape,” Collection of Baron Koyata Iwasaki, Tokyo
No.090 Jun., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “God of Thunder and God of Wind” by Hoitsu, Collection of Viscount Keizo Shibusawa, Tokyo
No.090 Jun., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Avalokitesvara,” Collection of Mr. Ziro Ichida, Korea
No.090 Jun., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.090 Jun., 1939   The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters), Newly Compiled and Reprinted From Various Editions (Part V)
No.089 May, 1939 Umezu Jiro On Scroll-Painting “Ashibiki-e”
No.089 May, 1939 Mori Senzo Study on Ikeno Taiga Kafu (Chronicles of Ikeno Taiga Family)
No.089 May, 1939   Explanation of the Plates: Ink-Stone Box:: “Hana-No-Shirakawa,” Collection of Mr. Kaichiro Nezu, Tokyo
No.089 May, 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Buddha-locani Mandala,” Collection of Shinagawa-Dera, Tokyo
No.089 May, 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape,” Collection of Baron Koyata Iwasaki, Tokyo
No.089 May, 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Mokubei, Collection of Mr. Kinya Nagao, Tokyo
No.089 May, 1939   Report of the Institute
No.089 May, 1939   The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters), Newly Compiled and Reprinted From Various Editions (Part IV)
No.088 Apr., 1939 Umehara Sueji On the Stone Daggers Excavated in An-yang, China
No.088 Apr., 1939 Kumamoto Kenjiro Seiki Kuroda and the Japan-China War
No.088 Apr., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Portrait of a Lady,” Collection of Mr. Kinya Nagao, Tokyo
No.088 Apr., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Amitabha Appearing with Twenty-five Bodhisattvas,” Collection of Jofukuji Temple, Kyoto
No.088 Apr., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Waterfall” by Motonobu (Attributed), Collection of Mrs. Sueko Hara, Yokohama
No.088 Apr., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.088 Apr., 1939   The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters) Newly Compiled and Reprinted From Various Editions (Part III)
No.087 Mar., 1939 Tani Shin-Ichi Life of Fujiwara Yukimitsu and His Work
No.087 Mar., 1939 Ogino Minahiko On the Inscriptions of the Buddhistic Statues of Kampukuji Temple
No.087 Mar., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “A Bird on Peach-Tree,” Collection of Mr. Sueko Hara, Yokohama
No.087 Mar., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “A Tiger in a Bamboo Grove” by Sesson, Collection of the Imperial School of Fine Arts, Tokyo
No.087 Mar., 1939   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
No.087 Mar., 1939 Watanabe Hajime Reisai (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series VII)
No.087 Mar., 1939   The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters). Newly Compiled and Reprinted From the Various Editions (Part II)
No.086 Feb., 1939 Suganuma Teizo Album of Insect and Fish, Painted by Kazan
No.086 Feb., 1939 Shimada Shujiro On the “Moryo-Ga” Style of Zen Painting (Part II)
No.086 Feb., 1939 Tanaka Kisaku On the Compilation of the Honcho-Ga-San by Buncho
No.086 Feb., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: Korean Jar of the Li Dynasty, Collection of the Nippon Mingei Kan, Tokyo
No.086 Feb., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.086 Feb., 1939   The Honcho-Ga-San (Illustrated Biographies of Japanese Painters). Newly Compiled and Reprinted from the Various Editions
No.085 Jan., 1939 Yashiro Yukio Albums of Koetsu's Shikishi in the East Asiatic Collection, Berlin
No.085 Jan., 1939 Tanaka Kisaku Artists' Seals on Old Paintings
No.085 Jan., 1939   Explanation of the Plates: “Iris” by Korin, Collection of Mr. Kaichiro Nezu, Tokyo
No.085 Jan., 1939   Explanation of the Plate: “Yatsu-Hashi” by Kenzan, Collection of Mr. Saburo Yamaguchi, Kyoto
No.085 Jan., 1939   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
No.085 Jan., 1939   Report of the Institute
No.084 Dec., 1938 Fujikake Shizuya Harunobu and His Paintings
No.084 Dec., 1938 Shimada Shujiro The “Moryo-Ga” Style of Zen Painting
No.084 Dec., 1938 Umezu Jiro Scroll Painting: the Kobo Daishi Gyojo Emaki
No.084 Dec., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: Two Men Under a Tree, the Yamamaka Co., Kyoto
No.084 Dec., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: Mahavairocana, Collection of Baron Okura, Tokyo
No.084 Dec., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: One of Four Lokapalas, Collection of Mrs. Sen Shimomura, Kanagawa
No.084 Dec., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.084 Dec., 1938   Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1938
No.083 Dec., 1938 Umezu Jiro Scroll Paintings: the Koya Daishi Gyojo Zue of Jizoin
No.083 Dec., 1938 Suganuma Teizo Portrait of Takizawa Kinrei by Kazan
No.083 Dec., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: Sakyamuni, Jindaiji, Tokyo
No.083 Dec., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: Flower Vase with Jewel Design, by Ninsei, Ninnaji, Kyoto
No.083 Dec., 1938 Watanabe Hajime Shubun (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series VI)
No.082 Nov., 1938 Yashiro Yukio Newly Discovered Fragment of the Yamai Zoshi
No.082 Nov., 1938 Odakane Taro On the Record of Travels of Tessai Tomioka
No.082 Nov., 1938 Nishimura Tei Study on the “Fifteen Mysteries of St. Mary” Painted in Japan (Part II)
No.082 Nov., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: “Avalokitesvara,” Collection of Mr. Masaya Okazaki, Tokyo
No.082 Nov., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: “Flocks of Crows” by Toeki, Konchiin, Nanzenji, Kyoto
No.082 Nov., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: “Female Figure,” Collection of Mr. Kozo Moriya, Kyoto
No.082 Nov., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.082 Nov., 1938 Odakane Taro Record of Tessai Tomioka's Travels, Reprinted From the Original Mss.
No.081 Oct., 1938 Yashiro Yukio Gilt Bronze Statuette “Seven Buddhas” of Early T’ang Period
No.081 Oct., 1938 Tani Shin-Ichi Life of Sesshu, with Particular Reference To His Sojourn in China
No.081 Oct., 1938 Nishimura Tei Study on the “Fifteen Mysteries of St. Mary” Painted in Japan
No.081 Oct., 1938 Tanaka Kisaku Supplementary Comments on the Zusho-Koryaku-Ki (Notes on Art and Artists)
No.081 Oct., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: “Peony Garden,” Daikakuji, Kyoto
No.081 Oct., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: “Kariba Myojin” and “Nibu Myojin,” Kongobuji, Wakayama
No.081 Oct., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: Landscape, Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.081 Oct., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.081 Oct., 1938 Tanaka Kisaku Ryukakuji Engi (History of Ryukakuji Temple)
No.080 Aug., 1938 Watanabe Hajime Shubun (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series V)
No.080 Aug., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: “Portrait of Shotoku Taishi,” Ninnaji, Kyoto
No.079 Jul., 1938 Mochizuki Shinjo Portraits of Honen Shonin
No.079 Jul., 1938 Kumamoto Kenjiro Togai Kawakami and His Works in European Manner
No.079 Jul., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Daito Kokushi, Daitokuji, Kyoto
No.079 Jul., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: Hermits at Leisure, by Yusho, Reidoin, Kyoto
No.079 Jul., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.079 Jul., 1938 Ogino Minahiko Kawachi-koku Sairinji Engi
No.078 Jun., 1938 Yashiro Yukio Chinese Repousse Plaques with Buddhistic Figures
No.078 Jun., 1938 Umezu Jiro Scroll Paintings: the Kobo Daishi Eden of the Ikeda Family and the Koso Daishi Himitsu Engi
No.078 Jun., 1938 Tanaka Kisaku Further Notes on the Screen and Wall Paintings of the Momoyama Period
No.078 Jun., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: European Nobleman on Horseback, Collection of Mr. Takashi Suetsugu, Kyoto
No.078 Jun., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.077 May, 1938 Shirahata Yoshi Studies on the “Thirty-Six Poetical Geniuses,” Formerly Owned by Marquis Satake
No.077 May, 1938   Report of the Institute
No.077 May, 1938 Watanabe Hajime Josetsu (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series III)
No.077 May, 1938 Watanabe Hajime Bunsel (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series IV)
No.077 May, 1938 Tanaka Kisaku Zusho-Koryaku-Ki or Notes on Art and Artists (Part II), Reprinted from the Original, Printed in 1701
No.076 Apr., 1938 Yashiro Yukio Scroll Painting “Jizo Engi” of the Freer Gallery of Art
No.076 Apr., 1938 Suganuma Teizo “Portrait of Fujiwara Nobumitsu” by Korin
No.076 Apr., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.076 Apr., 1938 Tanaka Kisaku Zusho-Koryaku-Ki or Notes on Art and Artists (Part I), Reprinted from the Original, Printed in 1701
No.075 Mar., 1938 Toyooka Masuto Panel Wall Paintings of Fukiji Temple
No.075 Mar., 1938 Odakane Taro Kogyo Terazaki as a War Art-Correspondent
No.075 Mar., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: “Portrait of Hatto Kokushi” by Kakue, Kokokuji, Wakayama
No.075 Mar., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: Four Landscapes (Cloud and Mountains, Autumn Fog, After Rain, Summer Moon), by Kogyo Terazaki, The Department of Education
No.075 Mar., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.075 Mar., 1938 Watanabe Hajime Muto Shui (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series II)
No.075 Mar., 1938 Mori Senzo “Shihekisai Gawa” or Talks on Art by Shihekisai, Reprinted from the Original MSS.
No.074 Feb., 1938 Umezu jiro Scroll Painting “Tengu Soshi”
No.074 Feb., 1938 Mori Senzo Studies on the Biography of Kaiseki Noro (Part III)
No.074 Feb., 1938   Explanation of the Plate: Nabeshima Bottle with Floral Design, Collection of John Gadsby, Tokyo
No.074 Feb., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: “Wild-Geese and Reed” by Niten, Collection of Marquis Moritatsu Hosokawa, Tokyo
No.074 Feb., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.074 Feb., 1938 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll Painting “Tengu Soshi,” Reprinted from the Original
No.073 Jan., 1938 Yashiro Yukio Screen-Painting of Matsushima by Sotatsu
No.073 Jan., 1938 Suganuma Teizo Taiga's Journal of the Trip to the Three Mountains
No.073 Jan., 1938 Suga Toshio Equestrian Statue of Kusunoki Masashige
No.073 Jan., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: “Aryacalanatha with Two Boy Attendants,” Collection of Marquis Saburo Inoue, Tokyo
No.073 Jan., 1938   Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Taiga, Formerly in the Collection of Mr. Minoru Otsuka Collection, Tokyo
No.073 Jan., 1938   Report of the Institute
No.073 Jan., 1938 Mimura Seizaburo Miscellaneous Letters of Japanese Artists (II)
No.072 Dec., 1937 Umehara Sueji, Mizuno Seiichi Wooden Cranes and Snakes Decorated with Lacquer, Said to Have Been Discovered in Chang-sha, China
No.072 Dec., 1937 Mori Senzo Studies on the Biography of Kaiseki Noro (Part II)
No.072 Dec., 1937 Nakane Katsu Scientific Methods in the Connoisseurship of Far Eastern Arts
No.072 Dec., 1937   Explanation of the Plate: “Pine Trees and Hawks,” The Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.072 Dec., 1937   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
No.072 Dec., 1937   Classified Bibliography of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1937
No.071 Nov., 1937 Yashiro Yukio A Stone Statue of Aryacalanatha of the T'ang Period
No.071 Nov., 1937 Toyooka Masuto The Yoshino Mandala of Reiun-ji Temple
No.071 Nov., 1937 Mori Senzo Studies on the Biography of Kaiseki Noro (Part I)
No.071 Nov., 1937 Odakane Taro Poetical Work by Tessai Tomioka, Reprinted From the Original Mss. (Part II)
No.071 Nov., 1937   Report of the Institute
No.070 Oct., 1937 Yashiro Yukio On the Compilation of “Corpus of Eastern Arts”
No.070 Oct., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Mokuan Reien (Corpus of Eastern Arts, Series I)
No.070 Oct., 1937 Katori Hotsuma Study on the Votive Plaque in Japan
No.070 Oct., 1937 Odakane Taro Poetical Work by Tessai Tomioka, Reprinted From the Original Mss. (Part I)
No.070 Oct., 1937   Explanation of the Plate: “Beauty Under the Cherry-Blossoms,” by Toyonobu, Collection of Mr. Shigekichi Mihara, Tokyo
No.070 Oct., 1937   Explanation of the Plate: Landscape, by Tessai Tomioka, Collection of Mr. Kenkichi Naito, Kyoto
No.070 Oct., 1937   Report of the Institute
No.069 Sep., 1937 Umezu jiro Studies on the "Aryacalanatha with Two Boy Attendants" by Chuan Bonshi
No.069 Sep., 1937 Nishimura Tei The “Mother and Child” (Etching) Issued by the Society of Jesus of Japan
No.069 Sep., 1937 Morisue Gisho Old Records of Uchiyama Eikyu-ji Temple
No.069 Sep., 1937 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plates: Tusita-deva Mandala, Enmei-ji Temple, Osaka
No.069 Sep., 1937 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plates: Bhaisajyaguru, Kozan-ji Temple, Kyoto, Nikko Bodhisattva, Imperial Household Musum, Tokyo and Gakko Bodhisattva, Imperial Art School of Tokyo
No.068 Aug., 1937 Yashiro Yukio A Bronze Statuette of Bodhisattva
No.068 Aug., 1937 Kumamoto Kenjiro Vincenzo Ragusa and His Work in Japan
No.068 Aug., 1937 Tani Shin-Ichi Studies on the Subject of the Mounted Warrior in Japanese Painting (Part II)
No.068 Aug., 1937 Editor Explanation of the Plate: Wall-Painting, Emman-in Temple, Shiga
No.068 Aug., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: “Sages Among Mountains,” by Chokuan, Henjoko-in Temple, Wakayama
No.067 Aug., 1937 Tani Shin-Ichi Studies on the Subject of the Mounted Warrior in Japanese Portrait Painting (Part I)
No.067 Aug., 1937 Suganuma Teizo Seigai Sakurama and His Work
No.067 Aug., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Mahapratisarah, Kanshin-ji Temple, Osaka
No.067 Aug., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: Maitreya, Horyu-ji Temple, Nara
No.067 Aug., 1937   Report of the Institute
No.067 Aug., 1937   Classified Bibliography of Far Eastern Arts for the Year 1936
No.066 Jun., 1937 Shimomise Seiichi Problems of the Text of the Scroll-Painting “Shigisan Engi”
No.066 Jun., 1937 Yashiro Yukio A Bronze Statuette of the Suiko Period
No.066 Jun., 1937 Shirahata Yoshi Portraits of Poet-Saint Hitomaro, A Historical Study
No.066 Jun., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Works by Little Known Painters (Part II)
No.066 Jun., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Daimin-Kokushi. Nanzen-ji Temple, Kyoto
No.066 Jun., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: “Eagle,” by Nichokuan, Collection of Mr. Chuzaburo Ogino, Tokyo
No.066 Jun., 1937 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: “Azalea,” by Korin, Collection of Baron Ino Dan, Tokyo
No.066 Jun., 1937 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.066 Jun., 1937 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.066 Jun., 1937 Yamada Chisaburo Art News
No.066 Jun., 1937   Report of the Institute
No.066 Jun., 1937 Shimomise Seiichi Text of the Scroll-painting “Shigisan Engi,” Reprinted from the Original
No.065 May, 1937 Yashiro Yukio Marble Statue of Maitreya in Marquis Hosokawa's Collection
No.065 May, 1937 Moriya Kenji Portrait of the Blomhoff Family by Keiga Kawahara
No.065 May, 1937 Odakane Taro Autographic Documents of the Life of Tessai Tomioka, Reprinted From the Original Mss.
No.065 May, 1937 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Aigai Takaku, by Chinzan,Collection of Mr. Kitaro Otani, Shizuoka
No.065 May, 1937 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plates: Maitreya, Yachu-ji Temple, Osaka
No.065 May, 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: Landscape, Kongobu-ji Temple, Wakayama
No.065 May, 1937 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plates: “Fishermen,” by Ch'en-sing, Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.065 May, 1937 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: Avalokitesvara, Collection of Mr. Seiji Yamada, Kyoto
No.065 May, 1937 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.065 May, 1937 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.065 May, 1937   Report of the Institute
No.064 Apr., 1937 Tani Shin-Ichi Appointment of Jocho to the Ecclesiastical Rank of Hokkyo
No.064 Apr., 1937 Yashiro Yukio Scroll-Painting “Hundred Wild-Geese,” by Ma Fen
No.064 Apr., 1937 Yoshino Tomio Lacquer-Ware Treasured by the Ainu
No.064 Apr., 1937 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plates: “Cherry-Blossoms and Maple Leaves,” Chishaku-in Temple, Kyoto
No.064 Apr., 1937 Umezu jiro Explanation of the Plate: Vaisravana, Chion-in Temple, Kyoto
No.064 Apr., 1937 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: “Yu Constructing A Gate,” by Kazan Watanabe, Collection of Mr. Chutaro Nakano, Niigata
No.064 Apr., 1937 Editor Art News
No.064 Apr., 1937 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.064 Apr., 1937   Report of the Institute
No.064 Apr., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku The “Naniwa-Kyoyu-Roku,” Who’s who of Scholars and Artists in Osaka, Reprinted from the Original, Published in 1790 A. D.
No.063 Mar., 1937 Kumagai Nobuo On the Origin of the Brush Name of Sesshu
No.063 Mar., 1937 Yashiro Yukio Two Masterpieces of Buddhistic Painting in American Collections (Part II)
No.063 Mar., 1937 Morisue Gisho Destruction by Fire and Reconstruction of Hase-Dera Temple in the Middle Ages (Part II)
No.063 Mar., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
No.063 Mar., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
No.063 Mar., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Works By Little Known Painters (Part I)
No.063 Mar., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
No.063 Mar., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
No.063 Mar., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Works by Little Known Painters (Part I)
No.063 Mar., 1937 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: Dance, Collection of Mr. Ryuzaburo Umehara, Tokyo
No.063 Mar., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku The “Naniwa-Kyoyu-Roku,” Who’s who of Scholars and Artists in Osaka, Reprinted from the Original, Published in 1775 A. D.
No.063 Mar., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Ex-Emperor Gouda Hoo, Daikaku-ji Temple, Kyoto
No.063 Mar., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Landscape, Collection of Mr. Saichi Kawase, Oita
No.063 Mar., 1937 Umezu jiro Explanation of the Plate: “Vineyard and Fowl,” by Shojo, Collection of Mr. Jirobei Hasegawa, Mie
No.063 Mar., 1937   Report of the Institute
No.062 Feb., 1937 Morisue Gisho Destruction by Fire and Reconstruction of Hase-dera Temple in Middle Ages (Part I)
No.062 Feb., 1937 Kumagai Nobuo Landscape by Sesshu in the Ohara Collection
No.062 Feb., 1937 Misumi Masahiro Bairei Kono and His Work
No.062 Feb., 1937 Morisue Gisho Record of the Reconstruction of Hase-dera Temple in Middle Ages
No.062 Feb., 1937 Nakagawa Sensaku Explanation of the Plate: Large Nabeshima Plate with Floral Design, Collection of Mr. Matasaku Shiobara, Tokyo
No.062 Feb., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: Aizen Myoo, Soji-ji Temple, Shiga
No.062 Feb., 1937 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Yuki Nakado, by Chinzan, Collection of Mrs. Yae Suzuki, Kanagawa
No.062 Feb., 1937 Umezu jiro Explanation of the Plates: Landscape with Birds, by Goshun, Collection of Mr. Shinsuke Ueno, Shiga
No.062 Feb., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: Eleven-Headed Avalokitesvara, Collection of Mr. Jissho Sakamoto, Gifu
No.062 Feb., 1937   Report of the Institute
No.061 Jan., 1937 Yashiro Yukio Two Masterpieces of Buddhistic Painting in American Collections (Part I)
No.061 Jan., 1937 Maruo Shozaburo Supplementary Study of Avalokitesvara in Fujio-Kannon-do Hall, Nagano
No.061 Jan., 1937 Uratsuji Kendo Scroll-Painting, Honen-Shonin Eden, Belonging to Zojoji Temple
No.061 Jan., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Yamantaka, Kyoogokoku-ji Temple, Kyoto
No.061 Jan., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Yamantaka, Toshodai-ji Temple, Nara
No.061 Jan., 1937 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Landscape with a Chinese Poet, by Ryosen, Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.061 Jan., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.061 Jan., 1937 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.061 Jan., 1937 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.061 Jan., 1937 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.061 Jan., 1937   Report of the Institute
No.061 Jan., 1937 Uratsuji Kendo Literary Text of Scroll-Painting, Honen-Shonin Eden, Belonging to Zojo-ji Temple
No.060 Dec., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Screen Painting, Juni-Ten, Belonging to To-ji Temple
No.060 Dec., 1936 Nishimura Tei Ototsudo Nakagai and His Etchings (Part II)
No.060 Dec., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Family Documents of Korin and Sketches Attributed to Him, Formerly in the Possession of Mr. Toji Konishi, Kyoto (IV)
No.060 Dec., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: Wild Goose and Reed, by Shugetsu, Collection of Mr. Zenjuro Watanabe, Tokyo
No.060 Dec., 1936 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Hideyoshi Toyotomi, Saikyo-ji Temple, Shiga
No.060 Dec., 1936 Umezu jiro Explanation of the Plate: Landscape, by Sekiho Okano, Collection of Mr. Shuzo Komori, Mie
No.060 Dec., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.060 Dec., 1936 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.060 Dec., 1936 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.060 Dec., 1936 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.060 Dec., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.060 Dec., 1936   Classified Index of the Bijutsu Kenkyu for the Year 1936
No.059 Nov., 1936 Ogino Minahiko “Shoko Mandala” Painting of Horyu-ji Temple
No.059 Nov., 1936 Kumamoto Kenjiro Yuichi Takahashi and His Works
No.059 Nov., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Family Documents of Korin and Others Attributed to Him, Formerly in the Possession of Mr. Toji Konishi, Kyoto (III)
No.059 Nov., 1936 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plates: Maitreya Mandala, Reiun-ji Temple, Tokyo
No.059 Nov., 1936 Umezu jiro Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Shian, Kigen-in Temple, Kanagawa
No.059 Nov., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Flowers, by Hoitsu, Collection of Count Muneyoshi Tokugawa, Tokyo
No.059 Nov., 1936 Nakagawa Sensaku Book Review
No.059 Nov., 1936 Toyooka Masuto Book Review
No.059 Nov., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.058 Oct., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku “Sixteen Lohans” in Yamato-e Style
No.058 Oct., 1936 Yashiro Yukio Supplementary Study of the Hokkedo Kompon Mandala in the Boston Museum
No.058 Oct., 1936 Nishimura Tei Ototsudo Nakagai and His Etchings (Part I)
No.058 Oct., 1936 Tani Shin-Ichi On the “Gomotsu-Onye Mokuroku” or the Catalogue of Chinese Paintings in the Collections of the Ashikaga Shoguns, Complied by Noami
No.058 Oct., 1936 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plate: A Screaming Butcher Bird on a Dead Branch, by Niten, Collection of Mr. Kinya Nagao, Tokyo
No.058 Oct., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Fisherman in Landscape, by Hsu Tsu, Collection of Marquis Saburo Inoue, Tokyo
No.058 Oct., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.058 Oct., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.058 Oct., 1936 Kameta Tsutomu The “Honzon Mokuroku“ or the Catalogue of Treasures of Kofuku-ji Temple, Nara, Autografic MSS. Left by Jinson
No.057 Sep., 1936 Umehara Sueji On a Group of Ancient Bronzes Said to Have Been Found at Lo-yang
No.057 Sep., 1936 Yashiro Yukio Japanese Sculptures with Inscriptions in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
No.057 Sep., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Family Documents of Ogata Korin and Sketches Attributed to Him, Formerly in the Possession of Mr. Toji Konishi, Kyoto (II)
No.057 Sep., 1936 Shirahata Yoshi Explanation of the Plates: Image of Varuna, Kyoo-Gokokuji Monastery, Kyoto
No.057 Sep., 1936 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Priest Honen, Jofukuji Monastery, Ibaraki-ken
No.057 Sep., 1936 Umezu jiro Explanation of the Plates: Fishermen at Their Leisure, by Ikeno Taiga, in the Possession of Mr. Yohei Matsuyama, Osaka
No.057 Sep., 1936 Yamada Chisaburo Art News: Death of Dr. Wilhelm Solf
No.057 Sep., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.057 Sep., 1936   Classified Bibliography of Far Eastern Arts for the Year 1935
No.056 Aug., 1936 Yashiro Yukio A New Fragment of the Sung Copy of the Scroll Painting “Ladies of the Court” by Chou Wen-chu
No.056 Aug., 1936 Tani Shin-Ichi Ritual Procedure of Carving a Buddhist Image in Ancient Japan (Part III)
No.056 Aug., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Documents Regarding to the Family of Ogata-Korin, and Studies Attributed to Him, Formerly in the Possession of Mr. Toji Konishi, Kyoto (Part I)
No.056 Aug., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: The Sakyamini Triad, Kenchoji Monastery, Kamakura
No.056 Aug., 1936 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: “Monkeys” by Hasegawa Tohaku, Ryusen-an Monastery, Kyoto
No.056 Aug., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Wooden Figure of Maha Vairocana by Kaikei, Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.056 Aug., 1936 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.056 Aug., 1936 Misumi Masahiro Art News
No.056 Aug., 1936 Odakane Taro Art News
No.056 Aug., 1936 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.056 Aug., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.056 Aug., 1936 Mimura Seizaburo Miscellaneous Letters of Japanese Artists (I)
No.055 Jul., 1936 Masaki Tokuzo On the Scroll Painting, “Pictorial Biography of Shotoku Taishi” in the Joguji
No.055 Jul., 1936 Tani Shin-Ichi Ritual Procedure of Carving a Buddhist Image in Ancient Japan (Part II)
No.055 Jul., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Miniature Shrine Decorated with Pictures Representing the Deities of the Hokke Sutra, Property of the Shoryo-in Monastery, Hyogo-ken
No.055 Jul., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: Landscape, Attributed to Shubun, in the Collection of Mr. Tomitaro Hara, Kanagawa-ken
No.055 Jul., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Monju Bosatsu Riding on a Lion, in the Yakuoji Monastery, Fukushima-ken
No.055 Jul., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.055 Jul., 1936 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.055 Jul., 1936 Nakagawa Sensaku Book Review
No.055 Jul., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.055 Jul., 1936 Nishimura Tei “Shikkyu Hiroku” Notes on Lacquering Art by Takamori Kanko
No.055 Jul., 1936 Tani Shin-Ichi Ritual Procedure of Carving a Buddhist Image in Ancient Japan (Part I)
No.054 Jun., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Shutoku, a Painter of the Ashikaga Period
No.054 Jun., 1936 Yashiro Yukio On a T’ang Terra-cotta Figure of Standing Woman in the Collection of Marquis Moritatsu Hosokawa
No.054 Jun., 1936 Umezu jiro Letters of Kitayama-Kangan
No.054 Jun., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Image of Buddha Maitreya, Yakuoji Monastery, Fukushima-ken
No.054 Jun., 1936 Umezu jiro Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Kitayama-Kangan, Owned by Mr. Takahiko Tomoeda, Tokyo
No.054 Jun., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Image of Acala and Eight Statues of “Hachidai Doji” in the Kongobuji Monastery, Wakayama-ken
No.054 Jun., 1936 Editor Art News
No.054 Jun., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.054 Jun., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.054 Jun., 1936 Editor Heian-Jimbutsushi, Address Book of Artists and Scholars in Kyoto Published in 1767 A. D.
No.053 May, 1936 Watanabe Hajime On Pictures Representing the Image of Kujaku-myoo
No.053 May, 1936 Uratsuji Kendo Studies on Noami and His Art
No.053 May, 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Ten Disciples of Tendai Sect, in the Ichijoji Monastery, Hyogo-ken
No.053 May, 1936 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plates: Avalokitesvara, Sealed “Shinno,” and Kanzan and Jittoku, Sealed “Shinso,” in the Collection of Marquis Chokun Asano, Hiroshima-ken
No.053 May, 1936 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: Demon under a Willow, by Soga-Shohaku, in the Possession of the School of Fine Arts, Tokyo
No.053 May, 1936 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.053 May, 1936 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.053 May, 1936 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.053 May, 1936 Toyooka Masuto Book Review
No.053 May, 1936 Umezu Jiro Book Review
No.053 May, 1936 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.053 May, 1936   Report of the Institute
No.053 May, 1936 Editor Heian-Jimbutsushi, Address Book of Artists and Scholars in Kyoto Published in 1768 A. D.
No.052 Apr., 1936 Tani Shin-ichi On The Pictures Designated As “Kara-e” in the Muromachi Period
No.052 Apr., 1936 Nakagawa Sensaku A Bell with Five Pointed Vajra in Mr. Nagao's Collection
No.052 Apr., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Supplement to my “Studies on Painting by Kano Sanraku”
No.052 Apr., 1936 Hika Choken Biographies of Old Luchuan Potters (Part III)
No.052 Apr., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: “Hokke Mandara” Owned by the Kaijusenji Monastery, Kyoto-fu
No.052 Apr., 1936 Misumi Masahiro Art News
No.052 Apr., 1936 Editor Art News
No.052 Apr., 1936 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.052 Apr., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.052 Apr., 1936 Tani Shin-ichi Record of Decoration of Hosokawa-Takakuni’s Mansion on the Occasion of Ashikaga-Yoshitada’s Visit, Originally Written by Soami
No.051 Mar., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku On the Screens Decorated with Pictures in the Shape of a Fan
No.051 Mar., 1936 Nishimura Tei Etchings by Aodo-Denzen (Part II)
No.051 Mar., 1936 Mori Senzo Biographical Studies of Ike Taiga (Part II)
No.051 Mar., 1936 Umezu Jiro 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
No.051 Mar., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Image of Maha-Vairocana, Owned by Mr. Kinta Muto, Hyogo-ken
No.051 Mar., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Book Review: The Twin Pagodas of Zayton, by G. Ecke and P. Demieville
No.051 Mar., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Book Review: Japanese Screen Paintings, by R. T. Paine, Jr.
No.051 Mar., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Book Review: An Illustrated History of Japanese Art, by H. Minamoto, Translated by H. G. Henderson
No.051 Mar., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.051 Mar., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.051 Mar., 1936 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll-painting “Taima Mandara Engi”
No.050 Feb., 1936 Watanabe Hajime On The Small Wooden Niche Carved with Buddhist Images in the Possession of the Chimanji Monastery
No.050 Feb., 1936 Mori Senzo Biographical Studies of Ike Taiga (Part I)
No.050 Feb., 1936 Hika Choken Biographies of Old Luchuan Potters (Part II)
No.050 Feb., 1936 Umezu Jiro Explanation of the Plate: Scroll-painting “Tenguzoshi,” Owned by Mr. Kaichiro Nezu, Tokyo
No.050 Feb., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape of Dotei and Sekiheki,” by Ikeno-Taiga, Owned by Mr. Kokwan Konishi, Tokyo
No.050 Feb., 1936 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.050 Feb., 1936 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.050 Feb., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.050 Feb., 1936 Toyooka Masuto Book Review
No.050 Feb., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.050 Feb., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.050 Feb., 1936 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.050 Feb., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.050 Feb., 1936 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll-painting, “Tenguzoshi,” Printed from the Scroll in the Possession of Mr. Kaichiro Nezu
No.049 Jan., 1936 Toyooka Masuto Studies on the Picture Representing Amitabha Rising over Hills
No.049 Jan., 1936 Wakimoto Sokuro On the Albums of “Juben Jugi” Painted by Taiga and Buson
No.049 Jan., 1936 Nishimura Tei On the Etchings by Aodo Denzen
No.049 Jan., 1936 Hika Choken Biographies of Old Luchuan Potters (Part I)
No.049 Jan., 1936 Nakagawa Sensaku Explanation of the Plate: Plate of Kokutani Painted with Birds and Flowers, in the Collection of Mr. Matasaku Shiobara, Tokyo
No.049 Jan., 1936 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Melon and Bamboo Shoots, by Yogetsu, Property of the Hojuin Monastery, Wakayama
No.049 Jan., 1936 Nakagawa Sensaku Explanation of the Plates: Kei with Pattern of Peacock, in the Collection of Mr. Nagatake Asano, Tokyo
No.049 Jan., 1936   Report of the Institute
No.049 Jan., 1936 Tani Shin-ichi “Kundaiksachoki,” a MS. of “Kundaikansayuchoki” Printed from the MS. “Jitsugyoki” Belonging to Marquis Maeda
No.048 Dec., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku The Beginning of Wall and Screen Painting of the Momoyama Period
No.048 Dec., 1935 Tani Shin-ichi A Biographical Study of Kojo, A Japanese Buddhist-Sculptor of the Fujiwara Period
No.048 Dec., 1935 Shirahata Yoshi On the Technique of the Embroidery Representing Sakyamuni Preaching, Belonging to the Kanshuji Temple
No.048 Dec., 1935 Hika Choken Biographies of Old Luchuan Painters (Part II)
No.048 Dec., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Image of Buddha Sakyamuni, in the Jingoji Monastery, Kyoto
No.048 Dec., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Field Work, Attributed to Sesshu, in the Collection of Mr. Shintaro Ohashi, Tokyo
No.048 Dec., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Lady Hosokawa, the Wife of Hosokawa-Akimoto, in the Ryuamiji Temple, Kyoto
No.048 Dec., 1935 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plate: Flowers and Birds, by Nakabayashi Chikuto, in the Zogein Temple, Kyoto
No.048 Dec., 1935 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Uesugi Shigefusa, in the Meigetsuin Temple, Kanagawa-ken
No.048 Dec., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.048 Dec., 1935 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.048 Dec., 1935 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.048 Dec., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.048 Dec., 1935 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.048 Dec., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.048 Dec., 1935   Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu, 1935
No.047 Nov., 1935 Mochizuki Shinjo 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
No.047 Nov., 1935 Suganuma Teizo Studies on the “Koyo-Tansho-Zu,” Sketches Made in the Izu and Sagami Provinces by Buncho
No.047 Nov., 1935 Tanaka Shinbi On the Technique of Decoration of the So-Called Heike Nokyo, the Scrolls of Buddhist Sutras Dedicated to the Itsukushima Shrine by Tairas
No.047 Nov., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: “Heike Nokyo,” the Scrolls of Buddhist Sutras Dedicated to the Itsukushima Shrine, Hiroshima-ken
No.047 Nov., 1935 Umezu Jiro Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Taira-no-Shigemori, Attributed to Fujiwara Takanobu, Property of the Jingoji Monastery, Kyoto
No.047 Nov., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: “Swallows and Willow-tree,” “Wagtail and a Bamboo,” by Saian, in the Possession of Mr. Shuzo Komori, Mie-ken
No.047 Nov., 1935 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plates: Image of Saint Nichiren, Property of the Honmonji Monastery, Tokyo
No.047 Nov., 1935 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.047 Nov., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.047 Nov., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.047 Nov., 1935 Mochizuki Shinjo “Jingoji-Shodo-Ki” (Printed from the MS. in the Possession of Jingoji Monastery)
No.047 Nov., 1935 Mochizuki Shinjo “Takaozan-Jingoji-Kimoshusho-no-Jojo” (Printed from the MS. in the Possession of Jingoji Monastery)
No.046 Oct., 1935 Tani Shin-ichi 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)
No.046 Oct., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku On Books of Seals of Famous Chinese and Japanese Painter Published in the Tokugawa Period
No.046 Oct., 1935 Umezu Jiro On the Scroll Painting “Ono Yukimi Goko Ekotoba” or “The Emperor Shirakawa's Visit to Ono for Enjoying Snowy Landscape”
No.046 Oct., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Supplement to the “Explanation of the Plate: ‘Tenjin in Sung,’ by Yogetsu, in the Property of Taizoin Monastery, Kyoto”
No.046 Oct., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Sixteen Arhats, by Chao Chu, in the Hokkekyoji Temple, Chiba-ken
No.046 Oct., 1935 Umezu Jiro Explanation of the Plate: A Pair of Mandarin Ducks, by Okada Kanrin, in the Collection of Mr. Ichihei Murai, Mie-ken
No.046 Oct., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Image of Achala, in the Shochiin Temple, Wakayama-ken
No.046 Oct., 1935 Nakagawa Sensaku Explanation of the Plate: Receptacle of the Nosashogyoku, in the Chofukuji Temple, Nara-ken
No.046 Oct., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.046 Oct., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.046 Oct., 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.046 Oct., 1935 Editor Art News
No.046 Oct., 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.046 Oct., 1935 Kumamoto Kenjiro Book Review
No.046 Oct., 1935 Suganuma Teizo Book Review
No.046 Oct., 1935 Toyooka Masuto Book Review
No.046 Oct., 1935 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.046 Oct., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.046 Oct., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Wakan-Rekidai-Gashi-Meiin-Shazu, the Book of Seals of Famous Chinese and Japanese Painters, Published in 1647 A. D., Reproduced in Half Size
No.045 Sep., 1935 Wakimoto Sokuro Studies on the Scroll-Painting “Haseo Zoshi”
No.045 Sep., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Some Signed Chinese Paintings of the Sung and Yuan Periods
No.045 Sep., 1935 Hika Choken Biographies of Old Luchuan Painters
No.045 Sep., 1935 Shirahata Yoshi Explanation of the Plates: Series of Six Panels Representing 22 Japanese Deities, Yakushiji Temple, Nara
No.045 Sep., 1935 Ishizawa Masao Book Review
No.045 Sep., 1935 Editor Book Review
No.045 Sep., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.045 Sep., 1935 Wakimoto Sokuro Text of the Scroll-painting “Haseo-zoshi”
No.045 Sep., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by Kano-Hidenobu, Reprinted from the Original MS. in the Possession of Art Academy, Tokyo
No.044 Aug., 1935 Mochizuki Shinjo Studies on the Scroll-Painting, “Zegaibo Ekotoba”
No.044 Aug., 1935 Suganuma Teizo Screen-Paintings of the “Chashitsu” in the Konchiin Monastery
No.044 Aug., 1935 Umehara Sueji Studies on the Newly Found Bell, Chung, Ornamented with Phoenix, P'an-Ch'ih and Other Animals
No.044 Aug., 1935 Nakagawa Sensaku Explanation of the plate: Dish of Kokutani Painted with Birds and Flowers, in the Possession of Mr. Matasaku Shiobara, Tokyo
No.044 Aug., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: Chrysanthemums and Pig-weed, by Kumashiro-Yuhi, in the Possession of Mr. Jirobei Hasegawa, Mie-ken
No.044 Aug., 1935 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plate: Eleven-faced Avalokitesvara, Property of the Sugimotodera Monastery, Kanagawa-ken
No.044 Aug., 1935 Editor Art News
No.044 Aug., 1935 Ishizawa Masao Book Review: Tombs of Old-Lo-yang, by William C. White
No.044 Aug., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.044 Aug., 1935 Editor Book Review
No.044 Aug., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.044 Aug., 1935 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll-painting, “Zegaibo-Ekotoba,” Printed from the Original in the Possession of the Manjuin Monastery
No.044 Aug., 1935 Watanabe Hajime 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
No.043 Jul., 1935 Tani Shin-ichi Old Japanese Documents Concerning Mu-Chi's Paintings (On the Appreciation of Chinese Paintings in the Kamakura and Ashikaga Periods, Part I)
No.043 Jul., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Buddhist Images Hanging on the Walls of the Hoodo Temple (Part II)
No.043 Jul., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Assemblage of Ancestors of Kusha Sect, Property of the Todaiji Monastery, Nara
No.043 Jul., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: Image of Amitabha in the Hoodo Temple, Kyoto-fu
No.043 Jul., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: “Tenjin in Sung,” by Yogetsu, in the Property of Taizoin Monastery, Kyoto
No.043 Jul., 1935 Umezu Jiro Explanation of the Plate: A Sage Enjoying the Moon-light Night, by Okamoto Toyohiko, in the Possession of Mr. Minoru Otsuka, Tokyo
No.043 Jul., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Priest Yunmen-Wenyen in Conversation and Priest Chinliang-Weni in Conversation, Owned by the Tenryuji Monastery, Kyoto.
No.043 Jul., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.043 Jul., 1935 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.043 Jul., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.043 Jul., 1935   Classified Bibliography of Eastern Art for the Year 1934
No.042 Jun., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Buddhist Images Hanging on the Walls of the Hoodo Temple
No.042 Jun., 1935 Umezu Jiro Studies on Okano-Sekiho, One of Japanese Forerunners of the Nanga School
No.042 Jun., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Compilation of Old Documents Concerning the Hoodo Temple
No.042 Jun., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Star Mandala, Property of the Hojuji Monastery, Nara-ken
No.042 Jun., 1935 Nakagawa Sensaku Art News
No.042 Jun., 1935 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.042 Jun., 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.042 Jun., 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.042 Jun., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.042 Jun., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.042 Jun., 1935   Art News
No.042 Jun., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.042 Jun., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by Kano Yasunobu
No.042 Jun., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by Kano Takanobu
No.041 May, 1935 Yashiro Yukio Scroll-Painting of “Ladies Preparing Newly Woven Silk,” Copied by the Emperor Hui Tsung after the Original by Chang Hsuan
No.041 May, 1935 Toyooka Masuto Studies on the Paintings of “Bodhisattva Samantabahdra with Ten Female Attendants”
No.041 May, 1935 Morisue Gisho Study on the Guilds of the Buddhistic Painters at Nara of the Kamakura and Muromachi Periods
No.041 May, 1935 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plate: Fragment from the Scroll of the Inga-kyo Sutra, Collection of Mr. Z. Yasuda, Tokyo
No.041 May, 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Butsuo Zenji, Property of the Unganji Temple, Tochigi-ken
No.041 May, 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: Painting Representing Lin Tsi Planting a Pine-tree, by Yamada Doan, Tokyo Art Academy
No.041 May, 1935 Umezu Jiro Explanation of the Plate: Painting of the Nachi Waterfall, by Taiga, Collection of Mr. G. Takata, Osaka
No.041 May, 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.041 May, 1935 Umezu Jiro Art News
No.041 May, 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.041 May, 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.041 May, 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.041 May, 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.041 May, 1935 Nakagawa Sensaku Book Review
No.041 May, 1935   Report of the Institute
No.041 May, 1935 Tani Shin-ichi 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)
No.040 Apr., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Studies on the Paintings by Kano Sanraku
No.040 Apr., 1935 Watanabe Hajime On the Painting Representing “An Anecdote of Hui-neng (the Sixth Inheritor of the Zen Sect),” Attributed to Tsu-weng
No.040 Apr., 1935 Morisue Gisho Study on the Guilds of the Buddhistic Painters at Nara of the Kamakura and Muromachi Periods
No.040 Apr., 1935 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plates: MS. of Sutra with Painting on a Fan-shaped Sheet of Paper, Property of the Horyuji Temple, Nara-ken
No.040 Apr., 1935 Watanabe Hajime 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
No.040 Apr., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Bronze Statue of Eleven-headed Avalokitesvara, in the Property of Kanpukuji Temple, Chiba-ken
No.040 Apr., 1935   Art News
No.040 Apr., 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.040 Apr., 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.040 Apr., 1935 Ishizawa Masao Book Review: A Catalogue of Chinese Pottery and Porcelain in the Collection of Sir Percuval David, by R. L. Hobson
No.040 Apr., 1935 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.040 Apr., 1935 Toyooka Masuto Book Review
No.040 Apr., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.040 Apr., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by the Painter Family Sumiyoshi, Part III, Reproduced from the Original MS. Belonging to the Art Academy, Tokyo
No.039 Mar., 1935 Morisue Gisho On the Buddhist Painter Guilds of the Kamakura and Ashikaga Periods
No.039 Mar., 1935 Watanabe Hajime On the Scroll-Painting Representing the Story of the Chigo-Kannon in the Ikedo Collection
No.039 Mar., 1935 Suganuma Teizo Wall and Sliding-Screen Paintings in the Kanran-tei in Matsushima
No.039 Mar., 1935 Nishimura Tei Some Old Japanese Paintings in European Style Pretended as Signed “Nobukata”
No.039 Mar., 1935 Shirahata Yoshi Explanation of the Plates: Image of the Goddess Nakatsuhime, One of Hachiman Triad, in the Yakushiji Temple, Nara-ken
No.039 Mar., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: Cherry-Trees, by Yamamoto-Baiitsu, Formerly Belonged to Marquis Masauji Hachisuka, Tokyo
No.039 Mar., 1935 Yamada Chisaburo Art News
No.039 Mar., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.039 Mar., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Text of the Scroll-painting Representing the Story of the Chigo-Kannon
No.039 Mar., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by the Painter Family Sumiyoshi, Part II, Reproduced from the Original MS. Belonging to the Art Academy, Tokyo
No.038 Feb., 1935 Wakimoto Sokuro Ashikaga-Yoshimitsu and his Collection of Chinese Paintings
No.038 Feb., 1935 Irita Seizo The Portrait of Princess Maeda-Kiku Hime in the Saikyoji Temple
No.038 Feb., 1935 Umezu Jiro On the Scroll-Painting of Obusuma-Saburo
No.038 Feb., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the plate: Four Seasons, by Kaisen, Chikudo, Shunkin and Baiitsu respectively, Formerly Belonged to Marquis Masauji Hachisuka, Tokyo
No.038 Feb., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.038 Feb., 1935 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.038 Feb., 1935 Nishimura Tei Book Review
No.038 Feb., 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.038 Feb., 1935 Toyooka Masuto Book Review
No.038 Feb., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.038 Feb., 1935 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll-painting of Obusuma-Saburo in the Collection of Marquis Chokun Asano, Hiroshima-ken
No.038 Feb., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Record of Certificates of Authenticity Given by the Painter Family Sumiyoshi, Part I, Reproduced from the Original MS. Belonging to the Art Academy, Tokyo
No.037 Jan., 1935 Yashiro Yukio On the Hokkedo Kompon Mandala in the Boston Museum
No.037 Jan., 1935 Katori Hotsuma On the Bronze Statue of Bhesajaguru in the Ryukakuji Temple
No.037 Jan., 1935 Watanabe Hajime 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
No.037 Jan., 1935 Toyooka Masuto Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Priest Gyokuin Eiyo, in the Meigetsuin Temple, Kanagawa-ken
No.037 Jan., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: Flower Feast, by Kano-Naganobu, in the Collection of Mr. Kunizo Hara, Tokyo
No.037 Jan., 1935 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plates: Image of Vimalakirti, by Ogata-Korin, in the Collection of Mr. Junji Hosaka, Tokyo
No.037 Jan., 1935 Nakagawa Sensaku Art News: Death of Dr. Berthold Laufer
No.037 Jan., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.037 Jan., 1935 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.037 Jan., 1935   Report of the Institute
No.037 Jan., 1935 Tanaka Kisaku Essays on Painting by Kano-Yasunobu, Reprinted from its Copy in the Possession of Mr. Tadanobu Kano
No.036 Dec., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku On the “Rakuchu-Rakugai-zu,” Paintings Representing Numerous Places in and near Kyoto
No.036 Dec., 1934 Mori Senzo Biographical Notes on Maruyama-Okyo
No.036 Dec., 1934 Suganuma Teizo On Sliding-screen Paintings by Rosetsu in the Shoju-ji Temple
No.036 Dec., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Priest Amoghavajra, in the Kozan-ji Temple, Kyoto
No.036 Dec., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.036 Dec., 1934 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.036 Dec., 1934 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.036 Dec., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.036 Dec., 1934 Nakagawa Sensaku, Toyooka Masuto Book Review
No.036 Dec., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.036 Dec., 1934 Yamada Chisaburo Book Review
No.036 Dec., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.036 Dec., 1934   Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu, 1934
No.035 nov., 1934 Aoyama Shin Studies on the Portrait of Jion-Daishi, a Chinese Buddhist Priest of the 7th Century
No.035 nov., 1934 Watanabe Hajime On Scroll-paintings Representing the Story of “Nakifudo”
No.035 nov., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro On the Sohokaku Shogaki (Notes on Paintings and Calligraphies in the Sohokaku Collection and Its Author Asano-Baido
No.035 nov., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: A Pair of Fowl and Nestlings, by Soga-Chokuan, in the Ringe-in Temple, Kyoto
No.035 nov., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.035 nov., 1934 Kumamoto Kenjiro Book Review
No.035 nov., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Text of the Scroll-painting Called “Fudo-Riyaku-engi” i. e., Story of a Responsive Image of Acala in Mr. Ohara’s Collection
No.035 nov., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro The Sohokaku-Shogaki (Notes on Paintings and Calligraphies in the Sohokaku Collection), Part I
No.034 Oct., 1934 Tani Shin-ichi On Japanese Buddhist Sculptors of the Olden Time and Their Activities
No.034 Oct., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro On the “Arabori” i. e., Roughly Carved Sculpture
No.034 Oct., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Sketches by Kita-Busei after Old Masterpieces of Painting
No.034 Oct., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plates: Image of the Bhesayaguru Triad, in the Hojo-bo Temple, Kanagawa-ken
No.034 Oct., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: Image of Yamantaka, in the Danzan-jinja Shrine, Nara-ken
No.034 Oct., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: A Heron and Ravens, by Unkoku-Toyo, in the Enkaku-ji Temple, Kanagawa-ken
No.034 Oct., 1934 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plates: Three Scrolls of Sketches from Life by Maruyama-Okyo, in the Collection of Mr. Sozaemon Nishimura, Kyoto
No.034 Oct., 1934 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.034 Oct., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.034 Oct., 1934 Nakagawa Sensaku Book Review
No.034 Oct., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.034 Oct., 1934 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.034 Oct., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.034 Oct., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.034 Oct., 1934 Ogino Minahiko 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
No.033 Sep., 1934 Yashiro Yukio A Chinese Gilt Bronze Sculpture Representing Sakyamuni and Prabhutaratna Dated 489 A. D.
No.033 Sep., 1934 Watanabe Hajime An Illustrated Scroll of the Tch’ouan-fa-tcheng-tsong-ting-tsou-t’ou in the Kanchi-in Temple, Kyoto
No.033 Sep., 1934 Umezu Jiro Maruyama-Okyo-den, Biography of Maruyama-Okyo, Reprinted from the MSS. Originally Written by Hosui Okamura
No.033 Sep., 1934 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: Wooden Statue of Priest Mangan, in the Hakone-Jinja Temple, Kanagawa-ken
No.033 Sep., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plates: “Senchu-yugen-Kannon,” Avalokitesvara as Appeared to Kukai on His Homeward Voyage, in the Ryuko-in Temple, Wakayama-ken
No.033 Sep., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: Scroll-painting “Honen-shonin-eden,” i. e. Life of Priest Honen in the Collection of Baron Ino Dan, Tokyo
No.033 Sep., 1934 Watanabe Hajime 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
No.033 Sep., 1934 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.033 Sep., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.033 Sep., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.033 Sep., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Text of the Scroll-painting “Honen-shonin-eden,” i. e. Life of Priest Honen in the Collection of Baron Ino Dan, Tokyo
No.033 Sep., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Letters of Nakayama-Koyo, Selected from the MSS. of His Biography by Nojima-Baioku
No.032 Aug., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku A Biographical Study of Nakayama-Koyo
No.032 Aug., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro On the “Arabori” (i. e. Roughly Carved) Sculpture of the Fujiwara Period
No.032 Aug., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: “An Angler in the Winter Solitude,” Attributed to Ma Yuan, the Property of the Mitsui Gomei Kaisha, Tokyo
No.032 Aug., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: The “Gohimitsu” Mandala, an Assemblage of Five Buddhist Deities, in the Collection of Mr. Kinta Muto, Hyogo-ken
No.032 Aug., 1934 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plates: Sakyamuni Seated, Bodhisattva Seated in Lalitasana and Two Avalokitesvaras, in the Kanshin-ji Temple, Osaka-fu
No.032 Aug., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.032 Aug., 1934 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.032 Aug., 1934 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.032 Aug., 1934 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.032 Aug., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.032 Aug., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.032 Aug., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro 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
No.032 Aug., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Hanabusa-Iccho-ki, Anecdotes of Hanabusa-Iccho, Printed from the MSS., Written in c. 1830 by Makino-Seichaku, the Property of Mr. Tanaka, Tokyo
No.031 Jul., 1934 Yashiro Yukio On a Chinese Bronze Group of Amitabha and His Attendants from the Sui Period in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
No.031 Jul., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Uragami-Gyokudo, Some Biographical and Critical Notes
No.031 Jul., 1934 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: Image of Bodhisattva Ksiti-garbha, in Count Yanagiwara’s Collection, Toyama-ken
No.031 Jul., 1934 Kumagai Nobuo Art News
No.031 Jul., 1934 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.031 Jul., 1934 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.031 Jul., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.031 Jul., 1934 Nishimura Tei Book Review
No.031 Jul., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.031 Jul., 1934   Special Supplement: Classified Bibliography of Far Eastern Arts for the Year 1933
No.030 Jun., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku On the Iconography of “Rokujison”
No.030 Jun., 1934 Tani Shin-ichi A Biographical Study of Ensei-hoin, a Japanese Buddhist-sculptor of the 12th Century
No.030 Jun., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: “Bamboo with Insects” in the Collection of Mr. Kazukiyo Hatakeyama, Tokyo
No.030 Jun., 1934 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plates: Portrait of Ashikaga-Mitsuakira, in the Yotoku-in Temple, Kyoto
No.030 Jun., 1934 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plates: Landscape by Buncho, Paintings on Sliding-screens in the Honko-ji Temple, Shizuoka-ken
No.030 Jun., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: Kazari-Chatsubo (Teajar) with Wisteria Design, Earthware by Ninsei, in the collection of Mr. Kin’ya Nagao, Tokyo
No.030 Jun., 1934 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.030 Jun., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.030 Jun., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.030 Jun., 1934 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.030 Jun., 1934 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.030 Jun., 1934 Nishimura Tei Book Review
No.030 Jun., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.030 Jun., 1934 Nishimura Tei Book Review
No.030 Jun., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.030 Jun., 1934 Tazawa Yutaka “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
No.029 May, 1934 Yashiro Yukio Three T’ang Sculptures from American Collections
No.029 May, 1934 Umezu Jiro Studies on the Scroll-painting “Shinmeisho-e Uta-awase”
No.029 May, 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.029 May, 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.029 May, 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.029 May, 1934 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.029 May, 1934   Report of the Institute
No.029 May, 1934 Umezu Jiro Text of the Scroll-painting “Shinmeisho-e Uta-awase” (Printed from the Scroll in the Chokokan Museum, Mie-ken)
No.028 Mar., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Influence of Korean Painting on Japanese Ink-painting
No.028 Mar., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro “Kao Jan-hui” and “Zenami, a Landscape-architect of the Ashikaga Period and His Seal of Ownership” Addendum
No.028 Mar., 1934 Kumagai Nobuo Paintings in the Hokekyo Sutra in Mr. Muto’s Collection, Hyogo-ken
No.028 Mar., 1934 Suganuma Teizo Paintings by Miyagawa Choshun
No.028 Mar., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro 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
No.028 Mar., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: “Landscape” by Aoki Shukuya, and “Cherry-blossoms” by Mikuma Katen, in Baron Konoike’s Collection, Osaka
No.028 Mar., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.028 Mar., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.028 Mar., 1934 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.028 Mar., 1934 Watanabe Hajime Book Review: A History of Early Chinese Painting, by Osvald Siren
No.028 Mar., 1934 Atarashi Kikuo Book Review
No.028 Mar., 1934 Sugita Masujiro Book Review
No.028 Mar., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.028 Mar., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro 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
No.027 Mar., 1934 Ogino Minahiko The Picture-Scroll “Tohokuin Shokunin Uta-awase” or “Pictures of Different Professions” in the Manshuin Temple, Kyoto
No.027 Mar., 1934 Umehara Sueji Some Recentry-discovered “Ch’in Mirrors”
No.027 Mar., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Three Hitherto Unpublished MSS. of Commentaries on Japanese Painters by Arai Hakuseki
No.027 Mar., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plates: “Sketches of Poppies,” a Picture-Scroll by Hirafuku Hyakusui, in the Collection of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.027 Mar., 1934 Maruo Shozaburo Explanation of the Plates: A Statue of Yakushi Nyorai, in the Sorinji Temple, Kyoto
No.027 Mar., 1934 Yashiro Yukio Book Review
No.027 Mar., 1934 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.027 Mar., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.027 Mar., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku “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
No.026 Mar., 1934 Yashiro Yukio Apsaras and Other Bas-reliefs from T’ien-lung-shan in Mr. Winthrop’s Collection, New York
No.026 Mar., 1934 Sekino Tadashi A Chinese Bronze Bell of the Liao Dynasty
No.026 Mar., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Zenami, a Landscape-architect of the Ashikaga Period and His Seal of Ownership
No.026 Mar., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: “Portrait of Sogi,” in Count Nanbu’s Collection, Tokyo
No.026 Mar., 1934 Shirahata Yoshi Art News
No.026 Mar., 1934 Suganuma Teizo Book Review
No.026 Mar., 1934 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.026 Mar., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.026 Mar., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku “Gako Binran” or “Manual of Japanese Painters,” Printed from Arai Hakuseki’s Autographic Manuscripts in the Imperial Household Library, Tokyo
No.025 Jan., 1934 Yashiro Yukio A Sung Copy of the Scroll “Ladies of the Court” by Chou Wen-chu
No.025 Jan., 1934 Umehara Sueji Lacquered Toilet-cases of the Han Dynasty Found in China
No.025 Jan., 1934 Maruo Shozaburo A Statue of Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara in the Fujio-Kannondo Temple, Nagano-ken
No.025 Jan., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku An Album of the “Rites and Ceremonies of the Year”
No.025 Jan., 1934 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: “Pine Trees” by Hasegawa Tohaku, in Viscount Fukuoka’s Collection, Tokyo
No.025 Jan., 1934 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plates: “The Gods of Wind and Thunder” by Ogata Korin in Count Tokugawa’s Collection, Tokyo
No.025 Jan., 1934 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.025 Jan., 1934   Report of the Institute
No.025 Jan., 1934 Tanaka Kisaku “Zue Hokan Kinyu Yasunobu Kantei Ikkagenshu” or “Commentaries of the T’u-hui-pao-chien by Kano Yasunobu” (Printed from Yasunobu’s Autographic Manuscripts)
No.024 Dec., 1933 Suganuma Teizo A Study on the Picture Scroll “Nayotake Monogatari”
No.024 Dec., 1933 Sugita Masujiro “A Monk Narrating the Romance of Lady Kogo” by Kuroda Seiki
No.024 Dec., 1933 Aoyama Shin “Portrait of Desiderius Erasmus,” a Dutch Sculpture of 1598 A. D. in the Ryuko-in Temple, Tochigi-ken
No.024 Dec., 1933   “Butsunichi-an Kumotsu Mokuroku” or “Catalogue of Art Objects in the Butsunichi-an of Engakuji Monastery”
No.024 Dec., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plates: “Akasagarbha,” in the Engakuji Temple, Kamakura
No.024 Dec., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: “Two Chinese Sages Hsu-you and Ch’ao-fu” by Eitoku in Mr. Ogura’s Collection, Tokyo
No.024 Dec., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Gilt Bronze Statuette of Eleven-faced Avalokitesvara in Baron Morimura’s Collection, Tokyo
No.024 Dec., 1933 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.024 Dec., 1933   Book Review
No.024 Dec., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.024 Dec., 1933 Suganuma Teizo Text of the Picture Scroll “Nayotake Monogatari”
No.024 Dec., 1933   Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu, 1933
No.023 Nov., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Studies on the Picture Scrolls “Murasaki-shikibu Nikki” or “Diary of Lady Murasaki-shikibu”
No.023 Nov., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku Studies on Stotatsu (Concluded)
No.023 Nov., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Two Letters of Okyo
No.023 Nov., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.023 Nov., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.023 Nov., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.023 Nov., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.023 Nov., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.023 Nov., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.023 Nov., 1933 Kinoshita Tatsuya Book Review
No.023 Nov., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.023 Nov., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Book Review
No.023 Nov., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.023 Nov., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Text of the Picture Scrolls “Murasaki-shikibu Nikki”
No.022 Oct., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Wall and Screen Paintings by Maruyama Okyo in the Kotohira Shrine, Kagawa-ken
No.022 Oct., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Studies on the Seal “Zakka-shitsu,” a Mark of Ownership Probably of Ashikaga Yoshimasa
No.022 Oct., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro “‘Landscape’ Attributed to Hsia Kuei in Marquis Asano’s Collection” Addendum
No.022 Oct., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Chisho Daishi, in the Konsoji Temple, Kagawa-ken
No.022 Oct., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: “Sparrows on a Withered Tree” Attributed to Mu C’hi in Mr. Nezu’s Collection, Tokyo
No.022 Oct., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: A Marble Statuette of a Woman Playing Genkan of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.022 Oct., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Book Review
No.022 Oct., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.022 Oct., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku Kazan Sensei Manroku; Diary of Watanabe Kazan about the Year 1816 (Printed from his Autograph)
No.021 Oct., 1933 Yashiro Yukio The Scroll of Kibi’s Adventure in China
No.021 Oct., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro “Landscape” Attributed to Hsia Kuei in Marquis Asano’s Collection
No.021 Oct., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Maruyama Ruisei Inpu, an Album of Seals Used by the Painters of Maruyama School
No.021 Oct., 1933 Tanaka Toyozo Explanation of the Plate: “Birds Sleeping on a Plum-tree” by Chikuden, formerly in Mr. Matsumoto’s Collection, Osaka
No.021 Oct., 1933   Art News
No.021 Oct., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.021 Oct., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.021 Oct., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.021 Oct., 1933 Suganuma Teizo Book Review
No.021 Oct., 1933 Suganuma Teizo Book Review
No.021 Oct., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.021 Oct., 1933   Text of “The Scroll of Kibi’s Adventure in China”
No.020 Sep., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo A Study on the Painting “Ninno-gyo Mandara”
No.020 Sep., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku Studies on Sotatsu
No.020 Sep., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.020 Sep., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Kundaikan Sayu Choki (in the Tohoku Imperial University Library): Comments on the Art Objects in Ashikaga Yoshimasa’s Collection by Soami
No.019 Aug., 1933 Inaba Iwakichi “Commentaries on Painting” by Shin-shukushu
No.019 Aug., 1933 Oguchi Masao A Stylistic Study of the Buddhistic Images of Ten-nin (Aspara) of the Northern Wei Period (China) Especially at Yun-kang and Lung-men
No.019 Aug., 1933 Sekino Tadashi A Stone Stupa of the Silla Dynasty in the Bukkokuji Temple, Korea
No.019 Aug., 1933 Aoyama Shin Explanation of the Plates: Statue of Fugenbosatsu (Samantabhadra) in the Okura Shukokan Museum, Tokyo
No.019 Aug., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plates: “Feng-kan, Han-shan, Shih-t’e and Tiger” by Mokuan, in Marquis Maeda’s Collection
No.019 Aug., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: “Mountain in Snow” by Senka, in Mr. Yamada’s Collection, Toyama-ken
No.019 Aug., 1933 Ozaki Natsuhiko Explanation of the Plate: “River-side Village in Rain” by Gyokudo, Formerly in Mr. Matsumoto’s Collection, Osaka
No.019 Aug., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: “Gilt-bronze Flower Tray” in the Shinshoji Temple, Shiga-ken
No.019 Aug., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.019 Aug., 1933 Kumamoto Kenjiro Art News
No.019 Aug., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.019 Aug., 1933   Classified Bibliography of Oriental Arts for the Year 1932
No.018 Jun., 1933 Suganuma Teizo Portrait Paintings by Watanabe Kazan
No.018 Jun., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku A Picture Scroll “Juni-innen Emaki” in Mr. Nezu’s Collection, Tokyo
No.018 Jun., 1933 Umehara Sueji A Bronze Dagger with a Sheath in Marquis Hosokawa’s Collection, Tokyo
No.018 Jun., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” in the Shokokuji Temple, Kyoto
No.018 Jun., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Yun Nan-tien in Mr. Hashimoto’s Collection, Tokyo
No.018 Jun., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: Two Pitchers from the Banko Kiln in Baron Furukawa’s Collection, Tokyo
No.018 Jun., 1933 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.018 Jun., 1933 Ozaki Natushiko Art News
No.018 Jun., 1933 Kinoshita Tatsuya Art News
No.018 Jun., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.018 Jun., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.018 Jun., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.018 Jun., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.018 Jun., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku Text of the Picture Scroll “Juni-innen Emaki”
No.017 May, 1933 Hamada Kosaku Bricks with Ornamental Patterns in Relief of Silla Dynasty, Chosen
No.017 May, 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Okada Tamechika and His Paintings on the Sliding-screens in the Daijuji, Aichi-ken
No.017 May, 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro A Technique of Casting Buddhist Images in the Kamakura Period
No.017 May, 1933 Kobayashi Tsuyoshi A Survey of Mutilated Buddhist Images Found in the Yakushiji Temple, Nara
No.017 May, 1933 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: “Aizen-Mandara” in the Zuishin-in, Kyoto
No.017 May, 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: Portrait of Bukkan Zenji in the Engakuji, Kamakura
No.017 May, 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: “A Monkey” Attributed to Mao Sung, in the Manshuin, Kyoto
No.017 May, 1933 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.017 May, 1933 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.017 May, 1933 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.017 May, 1933   Art News
No.017 May, 1933   Art News
No.017 May, 1933   Report of the Institute
No.016 Apr., 1933 Tanaka Toyozo On the Archaic Type of the Buddhist Temples in China
No.016 Apr., 1933 Torii Ryuzo A Fragment of a Mirror Incised with Figures of Kongo-doji and Attendants and with the Date of the Third Year of Choho (1001)
No.016 Apr., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku On the “Gakofuryaku” or “Family and Artistic Lineage of Painters”
No.016 Apr., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro “Buncho’s Sketches from Old Paintings” in Mr. Yamada’s Collection
No.016 Apr., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: “Amitabha and Bodhisattvas Coming from Heaven to Welcome the Faithful” in the Chion-in Temple, Kyoto
No.016 Apr., 1933 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: Illustrated MS. of Sutra on Fan-shaped Paper in the Saikyoji Temple, Shiga-ken
No.016 Apr., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Explanation of the Plate: “Heron” by Tan-an in the Tokyo Imperial Museum Collection
No.016 Apr., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Ko Cheng-ch’i in Mr. Matsuoka’s Collection, Tokyo
No.016 Apr., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plates: “Festival of the Sanno Shrine” in the Horinji Temple, Kyoto
No.016 Apr., 1933   Book Review: Portfolio of Chinese Paintings in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Han to Sung Periods
No.016 Apr., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.015 Mar., 1933 Joseph Hackin Buddhist Sculpture of Hadda: Translation from “L’oeuvre de la Delegation Archeologique Francaise en Afghanistan (1922-1932)”
No.015 Mar., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Bonpo, a Biographical Study
No.015 Mar., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku On Buson
No.015 Mar., 1933 Odaka Sennosuke 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
No.015 Mar., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Explanation of the Plate: Bodhisattva Akasagarbha in Baron Dan’s Collection, Tokyo
No.015 Mar., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: Boddhidharma by an Anonymous Painter, Pu-tai and Feng-kan by Li Chueh, a Triptych in the Myoshinji Temple, Kyoto
No.015 Mar., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: “A Hermit Riding to See Plum Blossoms” by Gensai in the Chosen Government Museum, Keijo
No.015 Mar., 1933 Odaka Sennosuke Book Review: Arthur Waley, A Catalogue of Paintings Recovered from Tun-Huang by Sir Aurel Stein
No.015 Mar., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Book Review: E. A. Voretzsch, Chinesische Gemalde
No.015 Mar., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.015 Mar., 1933 Sekino Tadashi The Architecture of the F’en-kuo Temple in Manchukuo
No.014 Feb., 1933 Maruo Shozaburo A Statue of the Deva Vaisramana in Mr. Hashimoto’s Collection
No.014 Feb., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro A Study of the Haboku-Style in the Oriental Painting
No.014 Feb., 1933 Odaka Sennosuke Explanation of the Plate: A Votive Stele with Figures of Seven Buddhas of Eastern Wei, Formerly in Mr. Yamanaka’s Collection, Osaka
No.014 Feb., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku Explanation of the Plate: A Picture Scroll “Legends of Katsurakake-Jizo” in the Rokuharamitsuji Temple, Kyoto
No.014 Feb., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: “Tan-hsia Burning an Image of Buddha” by Yin-t’o-lo in Marquis Kuroda’s Collection, Tokyo
No.014 Feb., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Sesshu, in the Tokyo Imperial Museum
No.014 Feb., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: “Plum-Trees” by Korin in Count Tsugaru’s Collection, Tokyo
No.014 Feb., 1933 Suganuma Teizo Explanation of the Plate: “Sketches of Insects” by Okyo in the Tokyo Imperial Museum
No.014 Feb., 1933 Odaka Sennosuke, Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.014 Feb., 1933 Sugita Masujiro Art News: Death of Salmon Reinach
No.014 Feb., 1933 Odaka Sennosuke Book Review
No.014 Feb., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Book Review
No.014 Feb., 1933 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.014 Feb., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.014 Feb., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Text of the Picture Scroll “Miracle of Hoyake-Amida” in the Kosokuji Temple, Kamakura
No.013 Jan., 1933 Umehara Sueji An Inlaid Bronze Mirror in Marquis Hosokawa’s Collection
No.013 Jan., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Kao Jan-hui
No.013 Jan., 1933 Kumagai Nobuo Statues of Amitabha Trinity and the Picture Scroll “The Miracle of Hoyake Amida” in the Kosokuji Temple, Kamakura
No.013 Jan., 1933 Masaki Naohiko A Carved Lacquer Tray in the Engakuji Temple, Kamakura
No.013 Jan., 1933 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanation of the Plate: “A Cock” by Lo-ch’uang” in Marquis Asano’s Collection, Tokyo
No.013 Jan., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Explanation of the Plate: “Landscape” by Kimura-Tangen in Count Watanabe’s Collection, Tokyo
No.013 Jan., 1933 Ozaki Natsuhiko Art News
No.013 Jan., 1933 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.013 Jan., 1933 Odaka Sennosuke Art News
No.013 Jan., 1933 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.013 Jan., 1933 Kumamoto Kenjiro Book Review
No.013 Jan., 1933 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.013 Jan., 1933 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.013 Jan., 1933   Report of the Institute
No.012 Dec., 1932 Noma Seiroku Clay Sculpture and Its Development
No.012 Dec., 1932 Ogino Minahiko Peculiar Seals on the Early Ukiyoe Paintings in Mr. Nezu’s Collection, Tokyo
No.012 Dec., 1932 Ozaki Natsuhiko “Hibo-Kannon” by Kano Hogai
No.012 Dec., 1932 Nishimura Tei Araki-Jogen and Wakasugi-Isohachi
No.012 Dec., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku On the Loan Exhibition of Paintings of the Nagasaki School
No.012 Dec., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Explanatory Note of the Plates: Gilt Bronze Statuette of Bodhisattva in the Collection of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.012 Dec., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Explanatory Note of the Plates: “Butsugen-Butsumo” in the Kozanji Temple, Kyoto
No.012 Dec., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.012 Dec., 1932 Kinoshita Tatsuya Art News
No.012 Dec., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.012 Dec., 1932 Kinoshita Tatsuya Book Review
No.012 Dec., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Book Review
No.012 Dec., 1932 Kumamoto Kenjiro Book Review
No.012 Dec., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.012 Dec., 1932   Table of Contents of the Bijutsu Kenkyu, 1932
No.011 Nov., 1932 Kobayashi Tsuyoshi A Study on the Transmission of the Statues of the “Ten Disciples” and the “Eight Guards of Buddha,” Now in the Kofukuji Temple
No.011 Nov., 1932 Maruo Shozaburo Statues of Senjukannon (Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) in the Renge-o-in
No.011 Nov., 1932 Mochizuki Shinjo A Canopy in the Kyoogokokuji Temple
No.011 Nov., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Explanatory Note of the Plates: Statues of Subhuti and Asura in the Kofukuji Temple, Nara
No.011 Nov., 1932 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Young Sparrows” Attributed to Hsu Ch’ung-ssu in Marquis Asano’s Collection, Tokyo
No.011 Nov., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Explanatory Note of the Plates: “Enjoying the Evening Cool” by Kuzumi Morikage in Count Makino’s Collection, Tokyo
No.011 Nov., 1932 Ozaki Natsuhiko Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Portrait of Okakura Tenshin” by Shimomura Kanzan in the Collection of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.011 Nov., 1932 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.011 Nov., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.011 Nov., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.011 Nov., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.011 Nov., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.011 Nov., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Daibusshi Keizu or Lineage of Buddhist Sculptors in Japan (Printed from an Old MS.)
No.010 Oct., 1932 Ishida Mikinosuke A Study on the Life of Lang Shih-ning (Gioseppe Castiglione)
No.010 Oct., 1932 Kumagai Nobuo On the Portrait of Rankei Doryu
No.010 Oct., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku “Scenes from the Genji Monogatari,” a Pair of Folding Screens by Sotatsu
No.010 Oct., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.010 Oct., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.010 Oct., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.010 Oct., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Book Review
No.010 Oct., 1932 Tsuchida Kyoson Letter: On Screen-painting in the Myoren-ji Temple, Kyoto
No.010 Oct., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.009 Sep., 1932 Yashiro Yukio On the Loan Exhibition of Modern European Paintings
No.009 Sep., 1932 Kojima Kikuo A Few Thoughts on the Exhibition
No.008 Aug., 1932 Sekino Tadashi The Tu-yueh-szu Temple in Chi Hsien, China: The Oldest Wooden Architecture and the Largest Clay Statue, Exiting in China
No.008 Aug., 1932 Kumagai Nobuo “Banana-tree under the Nightly Rain,” an Anonymous Fifteenth Century Painting
No.008 Aug., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Screen-painting in the Myoren-ji Temple, Kyoto
No.008 Aug., 1932 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanatory Note of the Plates: Sketches of Villa Toyama by Buncho in Mr. Yamada’s Collection, Tokyo
No.008 Aug., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Explanatory Note of the Plate: Tan’yu’s Sketches of Flowers in the Tokyo Imperial Museum Collection
No.008 Aug., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Explanatory Note of the Plate: Statue of Shotoku Taishi in the Zenju-ji Temple, Ibaraki
No.008 Aug., 1932 Ozaki Natsuhiko Art News
No.008 Aug., 1932 Kinoshita Tatsuya Art News
No.008 Aug., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.008 Aug., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.008 Aug., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.008 Aug., 1932 Aoyama Shin Book Review: Mohenjo-daro and the Indus Civilization, Edited by Sir John Marshall
No.008 Aug., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.008 Aug., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.008 Aug., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.007 Jul., 1932 Watanabe Hajime “Arhats” in the Collection of the Imperial School of Art, Tokyo
No.007 Jul., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo “Legends from the Life of Shotoku-Taishi” in Mr. Kawai’s Collection
No.007 Jul., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Explanatory Note of the Plates: Wall-painting of the Genre Subject in the Enman-in Temple, Shiga
No.007 Jul., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Fruits” by Yun Nan-t’ien in Mr. Hashimoto’s Collection, Tokyo
No.007 Jul., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.007 Jul., 1932 Ozaki Natsuhiko Art News
No.007 Jul., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.007 Jul., 1932 Atarashi Kikuo Art News
No.007 Jul., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.007 Jul., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review: Sharaku von Friz Rumpf
No.007 Jul., 1932 Ozaki Natsuhiko Book Review
No.007 Jul., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.007 Jul., 1932   Classified Bibliography of Oriental Arts for the Year 1931
No.006 Jun., 1932 Wada Eisaku Sketch-books of Seiki Kuroda
No.006 Jun., 1932 Maruo Shozaburo Statues of Kichijoten in the Joruriji and the Seiunji Temples
No.006 Jun., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Picture Scrolls Gugan-Bon of “The Legends from the Life of Honen”
No.006 Jun., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Explanatory Note of the Plates: Statue of Kichijoten in the Joruriji Temple, Kyoto
No.006 Jun., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Explanatory Note of the Plate: Statue of Amitabha in Mr. Yatsuhashi's Collection, Tokyo
No.006 Jun., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Explanatory Note of the Plate: Bronze Tube Inlaid with Gold in the Tokyo Fine Art School Collection
No.006 Jun., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.006 Jun., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Art News
No.006 Jun., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.006 Jun., 1932 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.006 Jun., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.006 Jun., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News: Death of Georg Gottfried Dehio
No.006 Jun., 1932 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.006 Jun., 1932 Kinoshita Tatsuya Art News
No.006 Jun., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.006 Jun., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Book Review
No.006 Jun., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.005 May, 1932 Tanaka Kisaku A Picture Scroll “Legends from the Lives of the Five Founders of the Jodo-Sect”
No.005 May, 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Researches on “The Apparition of Maitreya to the Faithful” in Japanese Painting
No.005 May, 1932 Suganuma Teizo Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Pine Tree” by Kaiho Yusho in the Zenkyo-an Temple, Kyoto
No.005 May, 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Loquat” by Kai Ch'i in Mr. Takezoe’s Collection, Tokyo
No.005 May, 1932 Kinoshita Tatsuya Art News
No.005 May, 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.005 May, 1932 Atarashi Kikuo Art News
No.005 May, 1932 Kinoshita Tatsuya Art News
No.005 May, 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.005 May, 1932 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.005 May, 1932 Kinoshita Tatsuya Book Review
No.005 May, 1932 Aoyama Shin Book Review
No.005 May, 1932 Aoyama Shin, Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.005 May, 1932 Watanabe Hajime Book Review: Uber die Stilentwicklung der chinesischen Grabfiguren, von Osvald Siren
No.005 May, 1932   Report of the Institute
No.005 May, 1932 Tanaka Kisaku “Gako-furyaku” (Family and Artistic Lineage of Painters) Newly Printed from an Old MS.
No.004 Apr., 1932 Masaki Naohiko Antique Documents and Antiquarian albums in the Reitokaku Collection
No.004 Apr., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku A Fragment of the Bunkanshirin MS. in the Reitokaku Collection
No.004 Apr., 1932 Kumagai Nobuo Paintings with Poetical Inscriptions during the Oei Years (1394-1427)
No.004 Apr., 1932 Wakimoto Sokuro Tannyu's Sketches from Old Paintings
No.004 Apr., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Explanatory Note of the Plates: “Departure of a Japanese Monk”
No.004 Apr., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Explanatory Note of the Plate: A Version of the Taima-Mandala in Mrs. Yoshida’s Collection, Hyogo
No.004 Apr., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Explanatory Note of the Plate: An Octangular Mirror Incised with a Figure of Zaogongen in the Tokyo Fine Art School Collection
No.004 Apr., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.004 Apr., 1932 Sugita Masujiro Art News
No.004 Apr., 1932 Nakane Katsu Art News
No.004 Apr., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Book Review
No.004 Apr., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.004 Apr., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.003 Mar., 1932 Aoyama Shin Sculptures of Tak-i-Bustan in Persia (Continued)
No.003 Mar., 1932 Maruo Shozaburo One Thousand Statues of Senju-Kannon in the Renge-o-in
No.003 Mar., 1932 Kumagai Nobuo “Flowers and Birds,” a Pair of Six Folded Screens Attributed to Sesshu
No.003 Mar., 1932 Wakimoto Sokuro Tenryudojin, a Painter of Vine, from Shinshu
No.003 Mar., 1932 Kumagai Nobuo Explanatory Note of the Plates: “T’ung-shan Wading a Brook” Attributed to Ma Yuan in Mr. Tanaka’s Collection, Tokyo
No.003 Mar., 1932 Yashiro Yukio Art News
No.003 Mar., 1932 Wilhelm Solf Art News: On the Exhibition of Japanese Painting in Berlin
No.003 Mar., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.003 Mar., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.003 Mar., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Book Review
No.003 Mar., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Book Review
No.003 Mar., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Book Review
No.003 Mar., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.002 Feb., 1932 Yashiro Yukio On Making a Collection of Copies and Replicas of Masterpieces
No.002 Feb., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Wall and Screen Paintings in the Dai-an-ji
No.002 Feb., 1932 Maruo Shozaburo Statues of Bodhisattva by Tankei in the Rebge-o-in
No.002 Feb., 1932 Kuroda Genji “Portrait of a Boy” by Ikkyu
No.002 Feb., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Portrait of Myonen” in Mr. Wakimoto’s Collection, Tokyo
No.002 Feb., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Explanatory Note of the Plate: “Maki and Hinoki Trees,” a Six Folded Screen by Sotatsu in Mr. Yamakawa’s Collection, Kanazawa
No.002 Feb., 1932 Wakimoto Sokuro Explanatory Note of the Plate: “A Man under a Pine-tree” by Li Shih-cho in Mr. Takezoe’s Collection, Kanagawa
No.002 Feb., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Art News
No.002 Feb., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.002 Feb., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.002 Feb., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.002 Feb., 1932 Aoyama Shin Art News
No.002 Feb., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Art News
No.002 Feb., 1932 Masaki Tokuzo Art News
No.002 Feb., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review: The Ryerson Collection of Japanese and Chinese Illustrated Books, by Kenji Toda
No.002 Feb., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Book Review
No.002 Feb., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Book Review
No.002 Feb., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.001 Jan., 1932 Yashiro Yukio The Establishment of the Institute of Art Research
No.001 Jan., 1932 Aoyama Shin Sculptures of Tak-i-Bustan in Persia
No.001 Jan., 1932 Yashiro Yukio News Abroad
No.001 Jan., 1932 Sugita Masujiro News Abroad
No.001 Jan., 1932 Yashiro Yukio News Abroad: Death of Charles Ricketts, R. A.
No.001 Jan., 1932 Watanabe Hajime Explanatory Note of the Plates: “Portrait of Ri Seiken” by Chen Chien-ju in the Yi Royal Family Museum, Keijo
No.001 Jan., 1932 Suganuma Teizo Explanatory Note of the Plate: “A Horse (a Votive-tablet)” by Kano Shuri (Sanraku) in the Myohoin Temple, Kyoto
No.001 Jan., 1932 Tanaka Kisaku Explanatory Note of the Plate: "A Beautiful Woman" by Miyagawa Choshun in Mr. Odaka’s Collection, Tokyo
No.001 Jan., 1932   Report of the Institute
No.001 Jan., 1932   The “Tohaku Gasetsu” or “Talks on Art” by Hasegawa Tohaku (Newly Reprinted from Old MSS)
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