Basic study for Art of Saidaiji-temple Party and Risso From Kamakura to Muromachi period.
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
|Allocation Type||Single-year Grants|
Fine art history
|Research Institution||Showa Women's University|
UCHIDA Keiichi Showa Women's University, Graduate School of Human Life Sciences, Associate Professor, 生活機構研究科, 助教授 (30327952)
|Project Period (FY)
2002 – 2004
Completed(Fiscal Year 2004)
|Budget Amount *help
¥2,000,000 (Direct Cost : ¥2,000,000)
Fiscal Year 2004 : ¥500,000 (Direct Cost : ¥500,000)
Fiscal Year 2003 : ¥600,000 (Direct Cost : ¥600,000)
Fiscal Year 2002 : ¥900,000 (Direct Cost : ¥900,000)
|Keywords||Sinku / Monkanbo-koshin / Hoshu(Siri) / Painting of Manjusri / Ekadasamukha of Hasedera-temnle style / Southern Court / Kongoji-temple / Hokongoin-Temple / 常楽寺石造五輪塔 / 報恩寺石造五輪塔 / 十一面観音秘法 / 洞院実世 / 新陽明門院源顕子 / 賀名生 / 西大寺流 / 律僧 / 後醍醐天皇 / 円覚上人導御 / 西大寺末寺 / 尾道・浄土寺 / 付法|
In this Basic Study, I researched works, and made it clealy.
Works that I researched were as it follow
Hiroshima pref Jodoji-temple: Th Paintings of Siri, Ragaraja and Acalanatha. Statue of Acalanatha. The letter of Imperial Godaigo tenno. 4
Nara pref; Saidaiji-temple: Object found inside statue of Jim bosatsustu(Ksitigarbha), The portable shrine of Ise. 2
Nara National Museum: Five letter Manjusri, daily drawing, ink on paper. Woodblock stamp of Nyoirin Kannon(Cintamanicakra) 2
Metropolitan museum of Fine Art: Five letter Manjusri, color on silk. Eight letter Manjusri, color on silk Mantala of Eight letter Manjusri color on silk, 3
Museum Fine Art, Boston : Five letter Manjusri, color on silk. Eight letter Manjusri, color on silk 2
Kyoto Zenrinji-temple : Yuzu-nenbutu engi emaki, scroll, color on paper. 1
Kyoto private collection: Hyakuman Book color on paper, 1
Hyogo Jorakuji-temple : Five ring Tower 3, Hyogo Ho-onji-temple : Five ring Tower 4
These works that I rsearched are concerned to Saidaiji-temple Party. I concentlated Monkanbo-koshin. Monkanbo-koshin was from Marima(Hyogo pref), after then, was taught by Shinku, Saidaiji-temple tyoro II. and he received Kndyo by Daigoji-temple Dojun., after that Monkanbo-kosin gave Kandyo to Godaigo-tenno Monkanbo-koshin drawed daily manjusri,(Nara National Museum own). His displine Shinkai Stamped Nyoirin-kannon Daily.
In study of Japanese art history before, Noone focused Risso. In this basic study, I researched works concerned risso in a new view point.
Research Products (6results)