Art and Palace Politics in Early Modern Japan, 1580s-1680s

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BRILL, 9.9.2011 - 296 sivua
Magnificent art and architecture created for the emperor with the financial support of powerful warlords at the beginning of Japan’s early modern era (1580s-1680s) testify to the continued cultural and ideological significance of the imperial family. Works created in this context are discussed in this groundbreaking study, with over 100 illustrations in color.
 

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Preface
11
Acknowledgments
15
Notes to the Reader
16
State of the Field
19
1 Hideyoshi Restores Glory to the Palace
25
2 GoYōzeis Imperial Imperative as Cultural Arbiter
65
3 Tokugawa Shoguns and Patronage for the Throne
87
4 GoMizunoos Ritual and Cultural Agenda
105
8 Visual Documents of the EmperorWarlord Relationship
197
9 Closing Comments
218
Endnotes
220
Emperors and Reigning Empresses
258
Members of the Imperial Family
259
Imperial Palace Documents Buildings and Panel Paintings
260
List of Chinese Characters
262
Bibliography
267

5 Art and Architecture for Empress Tōfukumonin
121
6 Paintings of the Imperial Excursion to Nijō Castle
155
7 Emperor and Empress as Patrons of Kyoto Culture
167
Illustrations and Photo Credits
285
Index
286
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