Spencer Museum of Art The University of Kansas

Exhibitions

  • Sacred Space and Japanese Art at the Spencer Museum of Art
  • 30-Oct-2014 - 15-May-2015
  • http://www.spencerart.ku.edu/exhibitions/sacred-space.shtml
Works
Description
The Illustrious Nobility of the Empire
Miyajima
  • Kawase Hasui
    1883–1957
  • Miyajima, 1927, Showa period (1926–1989)
  • color woodcut
  • Gift of George W. Byers
  • Not on display
  • 2004.0192
Sunshū Ōno shinden (The New Fields at Ōno in Suruga Province)
screen with osugata (Buddhist pilgrimage prints)
  • Japan
  • screen with osugata (Buddhist pilgrimage prints), mid 1900s, Showa period (1926–1989); prints from Edo period (1600–1868) to Meiji period (1868–1912)
  • ink on paper, wood blocks, mounted on paper-panel screen
  • Gift of David H. Weinglass and Marilyn Carbonell
  • Not on display
  • 2001.0076
page in a souvenir album of Japan
zushi (portable shrine) containing Aizen Myōō
Kyūden zushi (palace-style shrine)
Hyakuman-tō (three-tiered pagoda)
Warrior Haniwa
  • Japan
  • Warrior Haniwa, late 400s, Kofun period (250 CE–552 CE)
  • earthenware
  • Museum purchase: Barbara Benton Wescoe Fund
  • On view: Stewart Gallery, 406, W7
  • 1977.0067
Fighting Festival
  • Inui Tai
    born 1929
  • Fighting Festival, 1980s, Showa period (1926–1989)
  • woodcut
  • Museum purchase: Lucy Shaw Schultz Fund
  • Not on display
  • 2006.0098
Kannonji (Number 32) from the series Saikoku sanjūsansho, Kannon reigenki ( Thirty-three temple pilgrimage of the western country, chronicle of Kannon miracles)
Mimurodoji (Number 10) from the series Saikoku sanjūsansho, Kannon reigenki ( Thirty-three temple pilgrimage of the western country, chronicle of Kannon miracles)
Nanendō (Number 9) from the series Saikoku sanjūsansho, Kannon reigenki ( Thirty-three temple pilgrimage of the western country, chronicle of Kannon miracles)
Rokuharamitsuji (Number 17) from the series Saikoku sanjūsansho, Kannon reigenki ( Thirty-three temple pilgrimage of the western country, chronicle of Kannon miracles)
Misty Day in Nikkō
Priest Raigō of Mii Temple Transformed into a Rat
The Sumō Wrestler Umegatani Tōtarō