Kanō Naizen

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Detail of a namban screen attributed to Naizen.
In this Japanese name, the family name is "Kanō".

Kanō Naizen (狩野 内膳?, 1570 - 1616) was a Japanese painter of the Kanō school, particularly known for his screen paintings (byōbu) of Namban (Southern Barbarians, i.e. Europeans).

One of his more famous works, "Festivals of Toyokuni" (豊国の祭り), was one of these such paintings, produced in 1605 for the seventh anniversary of the death of Kampaku Toyotomi Hideyoshi, whose posthumous name was Toyokuni Daimyōjin (豊国大名人).

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