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Faith and power in Japanese Buddhist art, 1600-2005

Patricia Jane Graham

Faith and power in Japanese Buddhist art, 1600-2005

by Patricia Jane Graham

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Published by University of Hawai"i Press in Honolulu, HI .
Written in English


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StatementPatricia J. Graham.
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LC ClassificationsBQ
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 353 p., [32] p. of plates :
Number of Pages353
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22764578M
ISBN 109780824831264

  As Patricia Graham points out in her valuable recent survey of Buddhist art from the seventeenth century to the present, Faith and Power in Japanese Buddhist Art, ­ (University of Hawai`i Press, ), most scholars of Japanese modern art and architecture have been equally dismissive of traditional Buddhist visual culture and the. Faith and Power in Japanese Buddhist Art, (University of Hawai’i Press, ), pp. Tea of the Sages: the Art of Sencha (University of Hawai’i Press, ), pp. Faith and Power in Japanese Buddhist Art and Tea of the Sages can be .

  She is a certied appraiser who works with private collectors, museums, attorneys, insurance companies, auction houses, and universities. Her books include Faith and Power in Japanese Buddhist Art, –, and Tea of the Sages: The Art of Sencha, both published by the University of Hawaii Press. Find out more from Patricia on In Japan, Fukurokuju (福禄寿) (from Japanese fuku, "happiness"; roku, "wealth"; and ju, "longevity") is one of the Seven Lucky Gods in Japanese mythology. It has been theorized that he is a Japanese assimilation of the Chinese Three Star Gods (Fulushou) embodied in one deity. Most related in appearance to the Chinese star god Shou, he is the God of wisdom and longevity.

BIG BUDDHA, GREAT BUDDHA = DAIBUTSU 大仏 Giant Buddha Statues in Japan Reviews & Photos of 20+ Giant Statues in Japan Of the three most widely known giant effigies of Buddha from old Japan, only the Kamakura Daibutsu ( meters) remains in original form. The Nara Daibutsu (15 meters) was recast, while the famous Kyoto Daibutsu (24 meters) was entirely . In Faith & Power in Japanese Buddhist Art, , page , author Patricia J. Graham writes: “Chūnosuke’s graduation piece for the Tokyo School of Fine Arts in displays the qualities that made his work much admired. It embodies the aims of the school, which sought to resurrect the dynamism of ancient sculpture but simultaneously.


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