Chinese Poet Tao Yuanming (detail), 1912 (Meiji 45). Yokoyama Taikan (1868–1958). Pair of six-fold screens, color on gold-leafed paper; 171.2 x 309 cm (each screen). Tokyo National Museum, A-10531
  • Chinese Poet Tao Yuanming (detail), 1912 (Meiji 45). Yokoyama Taikan (1868–1958). Pair of six-fold screens, color on gold-leafed paper; 171.2 x 309 cm (each screen). Tokyo National Museum, A-10531
  • Chinese Poet Tao Yuanming, 1912 (Meiji 45). Yokoyama Taikan (1868–1958). Pair of six-fold screens, color on gold-leafed paper; 171.2 x 309 cm (each screen). Tokyo National Museum, A-10531
  • Late Spring, 1915 (Taishō 4). Nagahara Kōtarō (1864–1930). Two-fold screen, oil on canvas; 168.2 x 173.3 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-1116
  • Yang Guifei Reading and Xishi Playing Chinese Harp, 1886 (Meiji 19). Araki Kanpo (1831–1915). Pair of hanging scrolls, color on silk; 142 x 56.4 cm (each scroll). Tokyo National Museum, A-12066
  • Sanno Festival in Edo, 1893 (Meiji 26). Ogata Gekkō (1859–1920). Hanging scroll, color on silk; 178.7 x 84.8 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-139
  • Toy Vendor, 1893 (Meiji 26). Kawabata Gyokushō (1842–1913). Hanging scroll, color on silk; 97.2 x 142.1 cm.  Tokyo National Museum, A-154
  • Listening to the Wind, 1914 (Taishō 3). Ōchi Shōkan (1882–1958). Hanging scroll, color on silk; 159.3 x 102.7 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-10562
  • Pine, Bamboo, and Plum, 1938 (Shōwa 13). Yokoyama Taikan (1868–1958). Pair of six-fold screens, color on paper; 168.7 x 373.8 cm (each screen). Tokyo National Museum, A-11783
  • Pine, Bamboo, and Plum, 1938 (Shōwa 13). Yokoyama Taikan (1868–1958). Pair of six-fold screens, color on paper; 168.7 x 373.8 cm (each screen). Tokyo National Museum, A-11783
  • Green Shade, 1942 (Shōwa 17). Nakamura Gakuryō (1890–1969). Two-fold screen, color on paper; 155.4 x 161.2 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-10943
  • Plum and Lotus, 1920 (Taishō 9). Ōchi Shōkan (1882–1958). Pair of two-fold screens, color on paper; 168.5 x 186.3 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-12113
  • Cloisonné Plaque with Mount Fuji, 1893 (Meiji 26). Namikawa So ̄ suke (1847–1910). Cloisonné; 113.6 x 64 cm. Tokyo National Museum, G-603. Important Cultural Property
  • Maiko Girl, 1893 (Meiji 26). Kuroda Seiki (1866–1924). Oil on canvas; 80.4 x 65.3cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-11258. Important Cultural Property
  • Poems from the Man’yōshū Poetry Anthology, 1959. Miyama Ryūdō (1903–1980). Two-fold screen, ink on paper; 68.8 x 121.1 cm. Tokyo National Museum, B-3148
  • Eagle, 1893 (Meiji 23). Suzuki Cho ̄kichi (1848–1919). Bronze; 45 x 90 x 45 cm. Tokyo National Museum, E-13034. Important Cultural Property
  • Footed Bowl with Applied Crabs and Brown Glaze, 1881 (Meiji 14). Miyagawa Ko ̄zan I (1842–1916). Ceramic; H. 37 cm, diam. 19.6 cm (mouth) and 17.1 cm (bottom). Tokyo National Museum, G-105. Important Cultural Property
  • Large Dish with Stormy Coast, Shell, Autumn Foliage, and Cherry-Blossom Design in Overglaze Enamel and Gold, 1877 (Meiji 10). Tsuji Katsuzō (1847-1929). Porcelain; 66.7 cm. Tokyo National Museum (G-296)
  • Portrait of Reiko, 1921. Kishida Ryusei (Japanese, 1891–1929). Oil on canvas; 48.3 x 55.9 cm. Tokyo National Museum (A-10568)
  • Maiko Girl, 1930. Tsuchida Bakuse (Japanese, 1887–1936). Panel painting, color on paper; 184 × 97 cm. Tokyo National Museum (A-12289 )
  • Large Vase with Plum Tree Design in Iron Brown under Yellow Glaze, 1892 (Meiji 25). Miyagawa Ko ̄zan I (1842–1916). Porcelain; h. 57.2 cm, diam. 14.5 cm (mouth) and 25.8 cm (body) Tokyo National Museum, g- 139. Important Cultural Property
  • Priest of Brahmanism, 1914. Satō Chōzan (1888–1963). Wood with polychromy; H. 63.9 cm (with base). Tokyo National Museum, C-1501
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Remaking Tradition: Modern Art of Japan from the Tokyo National Museum

Sun, 02/16/2014 to Sun, 05/11/2014

Remaking Tradition: Modern Art of Japan from the Tokyo National Museum is organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Tokyo National Museum. This partnership with the Tokyo National Museum is an achievement made possible by the support of the Japan Foundation.

The Cleveland Museum of Art is generously funded by Cuyahoga County residents through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this exhibition with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

 

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Chinese Poet Tao Yuanming, 1912 (Meiji 45). Yokoyama Taikan (1868–1958). Pair of six-fold screens, color on gold-leafed paper; 171.2 x 309 cm (each screen). Tokyo National Museum, A-10531
Late Spring, 1915 (Taishō 4). Nagahara Kōtarō (1864–1930). Two-fold screen, oil on canvas; 168.2 x 173.3 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-1116
Yang Guifei Reading and Xishi Playing Chinese Harp, 1886 (Meiji 19). Araki Kanpo (1831–1915). Pair of hanging scrolls, color on silk; 142 x 56.4 cm (each scroll). Tokyo National Museum, A-12066
Sanno Festival in Edo, 1893 (Meiji 26). Ogata Gekkō (1859–1920). Hanging scroll, color on silk; 178.7 x 84.8 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-139
Toy Vendor, 1893 (Meiji 26). Kawabata Gyokushō (1842–1913). Hanging scroll, color on silk; 97.2 x 142.1 cm.  Tokyo National Museum, A-154
Listening to the Wind, 1914 (Taishō 3). Ōchi Shōkan (1882–1958). Hanging scroll, color on silk; 159.3 x 102.7 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-10562
Pine, Bamboo, and Plum, 1938 (Shōwa 13). Yokoyama Taikan (1868–1958). Pair of six-fold screens, color on paper; 168.7 x 373.8 cm (each screen). Tokyo National Museum, A-11783
Pine, Bamboo, and Plum, 1938 (Shōwa 13). Yokoyama Taikan (1868–1958). Pair of six-fold screens, color on paper; 168.7 x 373.8 cm (each screen). Tokyo National Museum, A-11783
Green Shade, 1942 (Shōwa 17). Nakamura Gakuryō (1890–1969). Two-fold screen, color on paper; 155.4 x 161.2 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-10943
Plum and Lotus, 1920 (Taishō 9). Ōchi Shōkan (1882–1958). Pair of two-fold screens, color on paper; 168.5 x 186.3 cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-12113
Cloisonné Plaque with Mount Fuji, 1893 (Meiji 26). Namikawa So ̄ suke (1847–1910). Cloisonné; 113.6 x 64 cm. Tokyo National Museum, G-603. Important Cultural Property
Maiko Girl, 1893 (Meiji 26). Kuroda Seiki (1866–1924). Oil on canvas; 80.4 x 65.3cm. Tokyo National Museum, A-11258. Important Cultural Property
Poems from the Man’yōshū Poetry Anthology, 1959. Miyama Ryūdō (1903–1980). Two-fold screen, ink on paper; 68.8 x 121.1 cm. Tokyo National Museum, B-3148
Eagle, 1893 (Meiji 23). Suzuki Cho ̄kichi (1848–1919). Bronze; 45 x 90 x 45 cm. Tokyo National Museum, E-13034. Important Cultural Property
Footed Bowl with Applied Crabs and Brown Glaze, 1881 (Meiji 14). Miyagawa Ko ̄zan I (1842–1916). Ceramic; H. 37 cm, diam. 19.6 cm (mouth) and 17.1 cm (bottom). Tokyo National Museum, G-105. Important Cultural Property
Large Dish with Stormy Coast, Shell, Autumn Foliage, and Cherry-Blossom Design in Overglaze Enamel and Gold, 1877 (Meiji 10). Tsuji Katsuzō (1847-1929). Porcelain; 66.7 cm. Tokyo National Museum (G-296)
Portrait of Reiko, 1921. Kishida Ryusei (Japanese, 1891–1929). Oil on canvas; 48.3 x 55.9 cm. Tokyo National Museum (A-10568)
Maiko Girl, 1930. Tsuchida Bakuse (Japanese, 1887–1936). Panel painting, color on paper; 184 × 97 cm. Tokyo National Museum (A-12289 )
Large Vase with Plum Tree Design in Iron Brown under Yellow Glaze, 1892 (Meiji 25). Miyagawa Ko ̄zan I (1842–1916). Porcelain; h. 57.2 cm, diam. 14.5 cm (mouth) and 25.8 cm (body) Tokyo National Museum, g- 139. Important Cultural Property
Priest of Brahmanism, 1914. Satō Chōzan (1888–1963). Wood with polychromy; H. 63.9 cm (with base). Tokyo National Museum, C-1501