A History of Japanese Colour-Prints/INDEX

INDEX

    • Actors, representations of, 70, 75, 112, 113, 125, 130, 157, 166, 185, 193
    • Aimi, 34
    • Alcock, Sir Rutherford, 20
    • Anderson collection, 21; writings, 22, 24, 28
    • Aniline colours, 14, 158, 186, 191
    • Architectural drawings, 173
    • Artisans or Craftsmen, Poems on, 165 n.; illustrated, 179
    • Ashikaga, 37
    • Awabi (sea-shells), famous print, 147
    • Bakin (writer), 158, 168
    • Bamboo-grove, the Sages in the, 91
    • Beni (bluish-red colour), 15, 71
    • Berlin, Kunstgewerbemuseum, 20; Print-Room, 20
    • Bigelow collection, 21
    • Bing, 21, 23, 24, 109
    • Binyon, R. L., 33 and n.
    • Biographies of Japanese artists, 28
    • Biwa Lake, 166, 188, 193
    • Blind impression, 15, 16, 77, 109, 152, 190
    • Bokusen, 182
    • Book-illustration, 9, 10, 50, 75, 80
    • Book, the Japanese, 10
    • Boston Museum, 21
    • Bridges, landscape with the 100, 171, 175
    • Brinckmann, 12, 16, 23
    • Buddhistic painting, 30
    • Bumpo, Kawamura, 183
    • Buncho, Ippitsusai, 114
    • Burlington Fine Arts Club, 21
    • Burty, 19
    • Bushu (place), 185
    • Butsu-ye (Buddhistic style), 33
    • Calligraphy and art, 5
    • Camondo collection, 21, 156
    • Chicago collections, 21
    • Chincho, Hanegawa, 68
    • Chinese painting, 30, 33-35
    • Cho-densu, 38
    • Choki, Miyagawa, 68
    • Choki, Nagayoshi, 154
    • Choshun, see Nagaharu
    • Coiffures, 72, 101, 105, 144
    • Collections, 20
    • Colour-printing, 15, 95-99
    • Colours, 15, 71, 123, 146, 185, 191
    • Copperplate engravings, 10, 116
    • Courtesans, 106, 137, 145, 148
    • Cranes, by Harunobu, 102; by Utamaro, 147, 153
    • Dai Nippon, 17
    • Daikoku (god of riches), 147
    • Dakki, 174
    • Dance, see No-Dance, 116, 172
    • Danjuro, Ichikawa (actor), 86
    • Decadence of Japanese art, 194
    • Denzo (Kitao Masanobu), no
    • Deshayes, 28
    • Dogs, by Korin, 58
    • Drawing-books, by Hokusai, 169
    • Drawings for wood-engraving, 11, 12
    • Drawings, reproductions of Korin's, 57
    • Dresden Print-Room, 22
    • Duret, Théodore, 19, 21, 113
    • Erotic subjects, 141, 151, 153, 172
    • Fashions, changes in, 26; see also Coiffures
    • Fenollosa, collection, 21; writings of, 23-26; quotation from, 44, 88
    • Fishes and shells, by Masayoshi, 60
    • Fox-fire (will of the wisp), 192
    • Fuji (mountain), 171, 172, 177, 190, 193
    • Fujinobu, 104
    • Fujiwara, 35, 37
    • Fukusuke, 161
    • Gakutei, 178
    • Ganku, 47
    • Geishas (singing girls), 152 n.
    • Genji, see Minamoto
    • Ghosts, 172, 186
    • Gierke, Prof., 20, 22
    • Giokuzan, 157
    • Goat, year of the, 17
    • Gods of Fortune, the seven, 16, 102, 147, 148, 159, 174, 179, 182
    • Gokan, see Kokan-Gokioshi, 32
    • Gold-dust, 71
    • Goncourt, 24, 138, 164 n.
    • Gonin Otoko, 112
    • Gonse, 21, 23, 46
    • Gonshiro, Izumiya, 87
    • Gookin collection, 21
    • Gorobei, Kurabashi, 157
    • "Green Houses," 113, 147, see also Yoshiwara
    • Grosse collection, 22
    • Gummatei (Hokusai), 164
    • "Gwakiojin Hokusai," 166
    • Hachijo (island), 57
    • Hakuyen, Ishikawa (actor), 185
    • Hamburg Museum, 22
    • Hand-tinting of prints, 70, 71
    • Hanjuro, Iijima, 164 n.
    • Haruhiro (Koriusai), 105
    • Haruji, Suzuki, 104
    • Harunobu, Suzuki, 89, 95-106
    • Harunobu II., 104
    • Hashira-kakushi (kakemono), 92 n.
    • Heike, see Taira
    • Hidemaro, 152
    • Hideyoshi (Shogun), 42, 147
    • Hiroshige, 189-193
    • Hiroshige II. (?), 191
    • Hirotaka, 34
    • Hirth, F., 30
    • Hishikawa, see Moronobu
    • Hitomaro (poet), 37
    • Hogen monogatari, 51
    • Hoitsu, 46
    • Hokkei, Uwoya, 177, 178
    • Hokuba, Teisai, 177
    • Hokuju, 180
    • Hokusai, Katsushika, 48, 163-180
    • Hokushin Mioken (divinity), 166
    • Hokuun, 180
    • Honjo (suburb of Yedo), 164
    • Iccho, Hanabusa, 45
    • Icchosai (actor), 186
    • Ichiku, Jippensha, 152
    • Ickimai-ye (single plate), 16, 76
    • Ichio, Kioku (writer), 86 n.
    • Ichiriusai (Hiroshige), 190
    • Ichiriusai (Toyohira), 161
    • Ichiyosai (Toyokuni), 156
    • Iitsu (Hokusai), 166
    • Ikada (Yeisen), 187
    • Impressionism, 190
    • Indian ink, 71
    • Isai, Katsushika, 189
    • Ise, Nakajima, 164
    • Ise monogatari, 51
    • Iyenari (Shogun), 147
    • Iyeyasu (Shogun), 42
    • Japan Society, London, 21
    • Jinglar, Société du, 19
    • Joshin, 131
    • Josetsu, 38
    • Juzaburo, Tsutaya, 140
    • Kaiawase (game with sea-shells), 153
    • Kaigetsudo, see Kwaigetsudo
    • Kakemono (picture), 9; (print), 16, 92, 97, 105
    • Kako, Tokitaro (Hokusai), 165
    • Kamakura, 36
    • Kambodia, 30
    • Kamuro (serving maid), 152 n.
    • Kanaoka, Kose no, 31-34, 38
    • Kanazawa, landscapes of, 110
    • Kano school, 39-41, 45
    • Kara-ye (Chinese style), 33
    • Kashira, 161
    • Kasuga school, 35
    • Katsukawa family, 111, 115
    • Katsushika (district), 164
    • Kawa Nen, 38
    • Kawamura, 28
    • Keion, 37
    • Keisai, Kitao (Masayoshi), 59, 131
    • Kenzan, 46
    • Kibioshi (yellow books), 141, 165, 175
    • Kichibei (Moronobu), 64
    • Kikumaro, 152, 154
    • Kimmochi, Kose, 35
    • Kimono (over-dress), 86
    • Kinroku (wood-engraver), 86
    • Kintada, 34
    • Kintoki, 149, 166, 174
    • Kioden (Kitao Masanobu), no
    • Kiosai, Shofu, 180
    • Kioto, 19, 36, 38, 77, 132, 192, 193; Museum, 20
    • Kisaburo, Kameya, 166
    • Kisokaido (road from Yedo to Kioto), 193
    • Kiyoharu, Kondo Sukegoro, 73
    • Kiyohiro, Torii, 94, 130
    • Kiyomasa, Torii, 130
    • Kiyomasu, Torii, 72, 75, 92
    • Kiyomine, Torii, 130
    • Kiyomitsu, Torii, 92, 130
    • Kiyonaga, Seki, 127
    • Kiyonaga, Torii, 49, 54, 119-134
    • Kiyonobu, Torii, 69-73, 92
    • Kiyonobu II., 72, 74
    • Kiyoshige, Torii, 73
    • Kiyosomo, Torii, 73
    • Kiyotada, Torii, 72
    • Kiyotsune, Torii, 95
    • Kobo Daishi, 32, 37
    • Ko-Kuyu, 35
    • Koepping collection, 22
    • Ko-Hogen, 40
    • Kokan, 60, 116, 166
    • Kokkwa (periodical), 24, 31, 86
    • Komachi, 160
    • Korai-ye (Korean style), 23
    • Korea, 29, 30
    • Korin, 15,45, 57, 58, 131
    • Koriusai, 105-107
    • Kose-riu (Japanese style), 33
    • Kosuisai (Shigemasa), 108
    • Koyetsu, 46
    • Kuki, Viscount, 20
    • Kumakichi (Toyokuni), 156
    • Kunimasa, Utagawa, 130, 160, 161
    • Kuninobu, 104
    • Kunisada, Utagawa, 184-186
    • Kuniyasu, 161, 188
    • Kuniyoshi, Utagawa, 188, 203
    • Kwaigetsudo, 67
    • Kwannon (goddess), 192
    • Kwa Sestu, 193
    • Landscape, 77, 122, 131, 171, 188-190
    • Le Blanc du Vernet, 34
    • Leyden, 27
    • Liebermann collection, 28
    • London, 28
    • Madsen, 23, 168
    • Magetsudo, 79
    • Magosaburo, Nishimura, 80
    • Makimono (picture), 9, 36
    • Makurahiki (game), 150
    • Mandarin duck, by Shigenaga, 89
    • Manet, E., 7, 19
    • Mangoro, Giokusai (Yeizan), 183
    • Mangosaburo, see Magosaburo
    • Mangwa (Hokusai's), 168, 173, 176, 182
    • Mannerism (Utamaro's), 138
    • Maruko, 130
    • Masafusa, 79
    • Masanobu, Kitao, 110
    • Masanobu, Okumura, 70 n, 75-79
    • Masashige, Kusunoki, 182
    • Masayoshi, Kitao Keisai, 15, 59, 131
    • Masunobu, Tanaka, 94
    • Matahei, Iwasa, 41, 42
    • Matoori, 6
    • Matora, Oishi, 183
    • Meisho (travel-book), 179, 183
    • Meotoiwa (twin rocks), 147
    • Mica (mother-of-pearl dust), 15, 71, 146
    • Michishige, 64
    • Mikado (emperor), 19
    • Minamoto (Genji), 36
    • Mitimaro, 141
    • Mitsunaga, 37
    • Mitsunobu, Hasegawa, 61
    • Mitsunobu, Kano, 43
    • Mitsunobu, Tosa, 41
    • Mitsunori, Tosa, 41
    • Mitsuoki, Tosa, 44
    • Mitsushige, Tosa, 41
    • Mitsuyoshi, Tosa, 44
    • Months, allegories of the, 113, 115, 126
    • Morikuni, Tachibana, 59, 82
    • Morinobu, Kano, 43
    • Moronaga, 65
    • Moronobu, Hishikawa, 61-68
    • Motomitsu, 35
    • Motonobu, Kano, 40
    • Muther, 24
    • Naajiro, 161
    • Nagaharu, Miyagawa, 68
    • Nagayoshi, 154
    • Nanriu, 29
    • Naonobu, Kano, 43
    • Naotaka, Shirai, 47
    • Nara, 31, 32; Museum, 20
    • Naturalism, 6, 141, 189
    • Nen Kawo, 38
    • New York, Vanderbilt collection, 21
    • Nichiren (priest), 179
    • Nishikiye (colour-prints), 16, 85
    • Nishimura, 80
    • Niwaka (festival), 146, 148
    • No-Dance, 116, 160, 172
    • Nobuzane, 37
    • Norishige, 67
    • Oeder collection, 22
    • Oiran (courtesan), 152 n.
    • Okio, Maruyama, 47, 59
    • Okumura, see Masanobu
    • Omi (province), 193
    • Omiyo, 173, 179
    • Oteru, 173
    • Otoku, 161
    • Oxidisation of orange-red, 107
    • Oyei, 173, 174
    • Paris, Louvre, Grandidier collection, 21; Musée Guimet, 21; Bibliothèque Nationale, 21; private collections, 21
    • Perspective, 116, 117, 189
    • Poetesses, 176, 178
    • Poets, 176, 178; fifty, 110, 178; hundred, 113, 188, 192; six, 148, 149, 160; thirty-six, 113, 166
    • Polychrome printing, 13-15, 95-99
    • Primitives, 62
    • Raito, see Taito
    • Rankokusai, 141
    • Ranzan (writer), 168
    • Rat, year of the, 17
    • Riogoku Bridge, 159
    • Riokin (priest), 49
    • Riu (school), 33
    • Riusen, Ishikawa, 51
    • Ronin, the faithful, 149, 167, 174, 187, 188
    • Sadaharu, Akiyama, 90
    • Sadahide, 179
    • Sakakibara (writer), 86
    • Sandarahoshi (poet), 152
    • Sanraku, Kano, 43
    • Sansetsu, 43, 45
    • Satow, 20 n, 86
    • Schools (riu), 33
    • Sekigahara, battle of, 42
    • Sekiyen, Toriyama, 139, 140, 152
    • Sembonzakura (drama), 112
    • Senkwado (Shigenaga), 89
    • Sericulture, 113, 149
    • Sesshu, 39
    • Settan, Hasegawa, 184
    • Sharaku, Toshusai, 155, 156
    • Shigemasa, Kitao, 104, 108
    • Shigenaga, Nishimura, 80, 87, 88-92, 96
    • Shigenobu, Nishimura, 79
    • Shigenobu, Yanagawa, 166, 173, 179
    • Shijo school, 47
    • Shikimaro, 154
    • Shiko, 183
    • Shinsai, 182
    • Shinsui, Katsukawa, 69, 111
    • Shobei (Kiyonobu), 70
    • Shobei, Isoda (Koriusai), 105
    • Shogun (generalissimo), 19, 36, 50
    • Shoki (devil-queller), 146
    • Shonosuke (Kiyomine), 130
    • Shotei (Hokuju), 180
    • Shubun, Soga, 38
    • Shugetsu, 39
    • Shumman, see Summan
    • Shunboku, Ooka, 56, 83
    • Shuncho, Koikawa, 153
    • Shunkei, Mori, 183
    • Shunki, 117
    • Shunko, Katsukawa, 117
    • Shunko II., Katsukawa (Shunsen), 181
    • Shunman, see Summan
    • Shunro (Hokusai), 164, 165
    • Shunsen, 181
    • Shunsho, Katsukawa, 69, 110-115, 129
    • Shunsui, Miyagawa, 69, 100
    • Shuntei, 182
    • Shuntoku, Katsukawa, 117
    • Shunyei, Katsukawa, 117, 153, 181
    • Shunyen, Katsukawa, 117
    • Shunzan, Katsukawa, 129
    • Shuzan, Sakurai, 6, 56
    • Siebold, 20, 169 n.
    • Society of the Flower Hats, 17
    • Sogakudo, see Sugakudo
    • Soji, 165
    • Sojun, Yamaguchi, 131
    • Sori (Hokusai), 165 and n.
    • Sori, Hishikawa (Hokusai?), 165 and n.
    • Sori, Tawaraya, 165
    • Sosen, Mori, 47
    • Sotan, 38
    • Sotatsu, 45
    • Sozu, Yeshin, 34
    • Strange, Edward, 27
    • Street-dancers, by Hokusai, 172
    • Style (ye), 33
    • Sugakudo, 193
    • Suiko Den (tales of robbers), 168, 176, 178, 188
    • Sukenobu, Nishikawa, 80
    • Sukenori, Yeinō Kano, 80
    • Sumida (river), 126, 159, 176, 181, 186
    • Sumiyoshi-riu, 37
    • Summan, Kubo, 127
    • Sun-goddess, 175
    • Super-impression of colours, 93
    • Surimono (print), 14, 16, 98
    • Taigo (Shogun Hideyoshi), 42
    • Taira (Heike), 36
    • Taito, Tokimasa (Hokusai), 165, 166, 179
    • Takachika, 35
    • Takanobu, Fujiwara, 37
    • Takanobu, Kano, 43
    • Takimaro, 152
    • Takiyasu (Yosai), 186
    • Takuma school, 35
    • Takusho, Keisan, 131
    • Tamagawa (river), 148, 160, 175
    • Tamekazu (Hokusai), 166
    • Tan (brick-red), 15, 75
    • Tanabata (maiden's festival), 73
    • Tange, Tsukioka, 83
    • Tanyu, 43, 57
    • Tanzan, Tsuruzawa, 82
    • Tengu (monster), 192
    • Three-colour prints, 77, 92-94
    • Toba Sojo, 35
    • Toba-ye (comic style), 35
    • Tokaido (road from Yedo to Kioto), 148, 167, 177, 185, 188, 190, 193 n.
    • Tokio, see Yedo
    • Tokio Museum, 20
    • Tokiwagi, 51
    • Tokonoma, 9
    • Tokugawa clan, 42
    • Torii school, 69-75
    • Torin, 165, 180, 181
    • Toriyama, see Sekiyen
    • Tosa school, 36, 37, 39, 41, 44
    • Tosagon no Kami, 37
    • Toshinobu, Okumura, 78
    • Toshiro, Yeirakuya (publisher), 165
    • Toshu (Hokusai), 165
    • Toun, Hasegawa, 51
    • Toyoaki (Utamaro), 140
    • Toyofusa (Sekiyen), 139
    • Toyoharu, Utagawa, 115, 116, 161
    • Toyohiro, Utagawa, 160, 161
    • Toyokuni, Gosotei (Naajiro), 161
    • Toyokuni, Utagawa, 156-162
    • Toyokuni II., Utagawa (Kunisada), 160, 185
    • Toyomaru, Utagawa, 162
    • Toyomasu, Ishikawa, 116
    • Toyonobu, Ishikawa, 90, 91, 116
    • Toyonobu, Utagawa, 115
    • Triptychs, 16, 77, 90, 191
    • Tsukimaro, 154
    • Tsunemasa, 69
    • Tsunenobu, Kano, 43, 68, 69
    • Tsunetaka, Fujiwara, 37
    • Tsuneyuki, 68, 69
    • Two-colour prints, 70, 85-89
    • Ukiyoye (the popular style), 24-26, 42
    • Ukiyoye ruiko, 28
    • Uraga (village), 173
    • Urushiye (painted woodcuts), 71, 74
    • Utagawa family, 115
    • Utamaro, Kitagawa, 133, 134, 137-155
    • Utanosuke, 41
    • Villot, 19
    • Wai-tschi I-song, 30
    • Wakai, 20, 32
    • Waterfalls (depicted), 172, 187, 188
    • Wedding procession, 102
    • Wilson collection, 21
    • Wood-blocks, 12,49
    • Woodcuts, printing of, 13; technique of, in Europe, 10, 11; in Japan, 10, 11
    • Xylocraphic blocks, 12, 49, 60
    • Yamataka, 20
    • Yamato-ye (Japanese style), 35
    • Yamauba (mountain-woman), 149
    • Yasunobu, Kano, 43
    • Ye (style), 33
    • Yedo, 19, 36, 126, 160, 167, 176, 184, 191, 193
    • Yehon (illustrated book), 81
    • Yeiji, Kano, 183
    • Yeisen, Kano, 134, 178
    • Yeisen, Keisai, 28, 179, 187
    • Yeishi, Hosoi, 133, 134, 136
    • Yeisho, 135, 136
    • Yeisui, 136
    • Yeitoku, Kano, 43
    • Yeizan, Kikugawa, 183, 187
    • Yoritomo, Minamoto no, 36, 147
    • Yosai, Kikuchi, 186
    • Yoshimitsu, Tosa, 37
    • Yoshinobu, Yamamoto, 96, 104
    • Yoshinobu, Komai, 104
    • Yoshitoshi, 193
    • Yoshitsune, 192
    • Yoshiwara (Tea-house quarter of Yedo), 102, 135, 140, 144, 151, 152 n., 160, 178
    • Yuchiku (Moronobu), 65
    • Yukimaro, 141, 154
    • Yusen, Kano, 164
    • Yusuke (Utamaro), 140
    • Yuzei, Tachibana (Morikuni), 82
    • Zeshin, Shibata, 193