重源上人と日本仏教美術の復興<br>Portraits of Chogen : The Transformation of Buddhist Art in Early Medieval Japan (Japanese Visual Culture)

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重源上人と日本仏教美術の復興
Portraits of Chogen : The Transformation of Buddhist Art in Early Medieval Japan (Japanese Visual Culture)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 296 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9789004168640
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基本説明

This volume, the first in Brill’s Japanese Visual Culture series, vividly describes the efforts of the Japanese monk Shunjobo Chogen (1121–1206) to restore major buildings and works of art lost in a brutal civil conflict in 1180. This publication includes an annotated translation of Chogen’s memoir, completed near the end of his life, in which he recounts his many achievements.

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This volume, the first in Brill's Japanese Visual Culture series, vividly describes the efforts of the Japanese monk Shunjobo Chogen (1121-1206) to restore major buildings and works of art lost in a brutal civil conflict in 1180. Through meticulous study of dedicatory material, Rosenfield is able to place the splendid Buddhist statues made for Chogen in new light. The volume also explores how Japan's rulers employed the visual arts as instruments of government policy - a tactic that recurs throughout the nation's history. This publication includes an annotated translation of Chogen's memoir, completed near the end of his life, in which he recounts his many achievements. While Chogen has been the subject of major art exhibitions and extensive research in Japan; this is the first book-length study to appear in the West.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            11 (3)
Acknowledgments 14 (1)
Notes to the Reader 15 (3)
Historical Periods 18 (1)
Chogen: Landmark Dates 19 (1)
Sculpture Projects at Todaiji: Circa 1183-1203 20 (2)
Maps 22 (3)
1 An Account Of Chogen's Life 25 (20)
Early Years 25 (7)
Middle Years 32 (2)
Soliciting Funds and Building Materials 34 (1)
Special Sanctuaries (Bessho) 35 (3)
The China Connection 38 (1)
Ferment among Buddhists 39 (4)
Chogen's Final Days 43 (2)
2 East Asian Portraiture 45 (32)
Japanese Secular Portraits 45 (2)
Poetry, Abstraction and the Beginnings of 47 (10)
Portraiture
Naturalism in Chinese Art 57 (2)
Symbolic Realism in Indian Buddhist Art 59 (3)
The Flowering of Buddhist Portraiture in 62 (8)
East Asia
Japanese Buddhist Portraits of the Heian 70 (7)
Period
3 Revival Of Realism 77 (20)
Portrait Statues of Patriarchs 77 (6)
The Chogen Portraits 83 (8)
Japanese Buddhist Portraiture after Chogen 91 (6)
4 The Great Buddha Of Todaiji 97 (20)
Tathagatas and Bodhisattvas 97 (3)
Worldly Implications 100(5)
Envisaging the Original Daibutsu 105(2)
Casting a Bronze Colossus 107(2)
Repairing the Daibutsu 109(2)
Animating and Dedicating the Daibutsu 111(6)
5 The Hall Of The Great Buddha 117(12)
The "Indian Mode" of Construction 117(4)
Chogen's Chinese Associates 121(4)
Completion and Consecration of the Great 125(1)
Buddha Hall
Twin Seven-story Pagodas 126(3)
6 Sculptors Of Kyoto And Nara 129(20)
Sculpture in Wood 129(3)
Style 132(2)
Workshops 134(1)
The Kei Lineage of Sculptors 135(5)
Guardian Figures in the South Great Gate 140(9)
of Todaiji
7 Icons, Rituals, And Paths To Salvation 149(36)
Pure Land Buddhist Statuary 149(20)
Traditional Mahayana Buddhist Statuary 169(16)
8 Relics And Ritual Implements 185(10)
Relics 185(1)
Reliquaries 186(4)
Vajras 190(1)
Bronze Bells and Ironwork 191(4)
9 Buddhist Paintings And Illuminated Sutras 195(12)
A Painting of the Five Patriarchs of the 195(3)
Pure Land School
The Sixteen Contemplations 198(1)
Meditating on the Syllable "A" 198(3)
Illuminated Copies of the Kegon Sutra 201(2)
Pictures of Arhats 203(4)
10 Benevolent Deeds Of Namu-Amidabutsu: An 207(28)
Annotated Translation Of Chogen's Memoir
Repair Works and Donations of Statues at 209(1)
Todaiji
Statues Donated to Temples Connected to 210(1)
Chogen
Donations and Repairs at Todaiji 211(3)
Donations at Sites around Todaiji 214(1)
Benefactions at Daigoji 214(1)
Activities at Various Bessho 215(7)
Miscellaneous Donations 222(1)
Personal Devotions and Deeds 223(1)
Early Life 224(1)
Gifts to China 225(1)
Random Listing of Deeds 225(2)
Deeds at Todaiji 227(1)
Good Works in the Kansai Region 227(8)
Appendix 1 Notes on Doctrine and Ritual 235(4)
Kechien 235(1)
Incantations 236(1)
Shandao and Pure Land Doctrine 236(1)
Pilgrimages to Ise 237(2)
Appendix 2 Short Biographies 239(6)
Go-Shirakawa Tenno 239(1)
Lady Hachijoin 240(1)
Fujiwara no Michinori 240(1)
Kujo Kanezane 241(1)
Fujiwara no Yukitaka 241(1)
Minamoto no Moroyuki 242(1)
Shoken 242(1)
Jokei 243(2)
Appendix 3 List of Characters 245(8)
Endnotes 253(17)
Bibliography 270(13)
Sources of Illustrations 283(1)
Index 284