List of Cultural Properties of Japan - paintings (Akita)

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This list is of the Cultural Properties of Japan designated in the category of paintings (絵画?, kaiga) for the Prefecture of Akita.[1]

National Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 September 2015, five Important Cultural Properties have been designated, being of national significance.[2][3][4]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
Exotic bird in a pine, colour on silk, by Satake Shozan
絹本著色松に唐鳥図(佐竹曙山筆/)
kenpon chakushoku matsu ni karadori zu (Satake Shozan hitsu)
later C18 Yokote private
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Akita ranga[5][6] Foreign bird in a pine tree by Satake Shozan (Yokote Akita).jpg 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art) [1]
A Thousand Mountains, Ten Thousand Rivers, colour on silk, by Watanabe Kazan
絹本著色千山万水図〈渡辺崋山筆/〉
kenpon chakushoku senzan bansui zu (Watanabe Kazan hitsu)
1841 Akita private [7] A Thousand Mountains, Ten Thousand Rivers by Watanabe Kazan.jpg 39°48′53″N 140°03′39″E / 39.814824°N 140.060856°E / 39.814824; 140.060856 (Katamukai, Kanaashikoizumi, Akita) [2]
Taizong of Tang, Flowers and Birds, colour on silk, by Odano Naotake
絹本著色唐太宗花鳥図〈小田野直武筆/〉
kenpon chakushoku Tō Taisō kachō zu (Odano Naotake hitsu)
1770s Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
three scrolls; Akita ranga[8][9] Taizong of Tang, Flowers and Birds 1 by Odano Naotake (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpgTaizong of Tang, Flowers and Birds 2 by Odano Naotake (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpgTaizong of Tang, Flowers and Birds 3 by Odano Naotake (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 122.0 centimetres (4.003 ft) by 44.5 centimetres (1.46 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art) [3]
Taima Mandala, colour on silk
絹本著色当麻曼荼羅図
kenpon chakushoku Taima mandara zu
Kamakura period Daisen Jōren-ji (浄蓮寺?) some flaking of the paint[10] Taima Mandala (Jorenji Daisen).jpg 39°24′24″N 140°28′56″E / 39.406663°N 140.482253°E / 39.406663; 140.482253 (Jōrenji) [4]
Shinobazu Pond, colour on silk, by Odano Naotake
絹本著色不忍池図〈小田野直武筆/〉
kenpon chakushoku Shinobazu-no-ike zu (Odano Naotake hitsu)
1770s Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Akita ranga[11][12] Shinobazu Pond by Odano Naotake (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 132.5 centimetres (4.35 ft) by 98.5 centimetres (3.23 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art) [5]

Prefectural Cultural Properties[edit]

As of 1 May 2015, thirty properties have been designated at a prefectural level.[4][13]

Property Date Municipality Ownership Comments Image Dimensions Coordinates Ref.
Child Monju
稚児文珠像
chigo Monju zō
C17 Nikaho Kanman-ji (蚶満寺?)) holding a nyoi (scepter); by Kanō Tan'yū[14] Chigo Monju by Kano Tanyu (Kanmanji Nikaho).jpg 39°12′56″N 139°54′12″E / 39.215597°N 139.903293°E / 39.215597; 139.903293 (Kanmanji) for all refs see [6]
Fugen Bosatsu
普賢菩薩像
Fugen Bosatsu zō
C17 Daisen private by Kanō Tan'yū; thought, alongside his Child Monju at Kanman-ji in Nikaho, to have been part of a group of three paintings - the whereabouts of the central image of Shaka Nyorai is currently unknown[15] Fugen Bosatsu by Kano Tanyu (Daisen Akita).jpg 120 centimetres (3.9 ft) by 75 centimetres (2.46 ft) 39°28′02″N 140°28′14″E / 39.467110°N 140.470505°E / 39.467110; 140.470505 (Wakatake-chō, Daisen)
Portrait of Hakuun
白雲上人画像
Hakuun shōnin gazō
Misato Hongaku-ji (本覚寺?) A portrait of Hakuun by Yasuda Denki 白雲上人像 安田田麒.jpg 39°25′19″N 140°32′59″E / 39.421981°N 140.549737°E / 39.421981; 140.549737 (Hongakuji)
Sixteen Arhats
十六羅漢像
jūroku rakan zō
Edo period Akita Tentoku-ji (天徳寺?) sixteen scrolls Arhat (Tentokuji Akita).jpg 39°44′19″N 140°07′13″E / 39.738528°N 140.120208°E / 39.738528; 140.120208 (Tentokuji)
Customs of Akita, colour on paper, emaki
紙本着色秋田風俗絵巻
shihon chakushoku Akita fuzoku emaki
Akita Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Prefectural Museum)
[16] Customs of Akita (Akita Prefectural Museum).jpg 14.7 metres (48 ft) by 38.3 centimetres (1.26 ft) 39°49′02″N 140°03′58″E / 39.817354°N 140.066210°E / 39.817354; 140.066210 (Akita Prefectural Museum)
Senju Kannon, colour on silk
絹本着色千手観音像
kenpon chakushoku Senju Kannon zō
Nikaho private 39°17′35″N 139°57′51″E / 39.293180°N 139.964227°E / 39.293180; 139.964227 (Shin-machi, Nikaho)
Mandala of the Two Realms
金剛胎蔵両界曼荼羅
Kongō-Taizō Ryōkai mandara
end of the Kamakura period Oga Chōraku-ji (長楽寺?) two scrolls, colour on silk[17] Diamond Realm Mandala (Chorakuji Oga).jpgWomb Realm Mandala (Chorakuji Oga).jpg 39°52′00″N 139°45′06″E / 39.866567°N 139.751801°E / 39.866567; 139.751801 (Chōrakuji)
Chinese Peony in a Flower Basket, colour on silk, by Odano Naotake
絹本着色芍薬花籠図 直武
kenpon chakushoku shakuyaku hana kago zu Naotake hitsu
1770s Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Akita ranga[18] Chinese Peony in a Flower Basket by Odano Naotake (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 94.5 centimetres (3.10 ft) by 21.0 centimetres (0.689 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Kisakata, colour on paper, byōbu
紙本着色象潟図屏風
shihon chakushoku Kisakata zu byōbu
Edo period Nikaho Nikaho City
(kept at the Nikaho City Kisakata Historical Museum (にかほ市象潟郷土資料館?))
the six-panel folding-screen by Nagamasa Eishō (牧野永昌?) (1747-1824) depicts Kisakata (象潟?) before the great 1804 earthquake that transformed the landscape; Matsuo Bashō visited in 1689 and celebrated Kisakata in Oku no Hosomichi; the area has been designated a Natural Monument[19][20] Kisakata byobu by Nagamasa Eisho (Kisakata Historical Museum).jpg 39°12′06″N 139°54′26″E / 39.201556°N 139.907112°E / 39.201556; 139.907112 (Nikaho City Kisakata Historical Museum)
True Views and Colouring, colour on paper, by Hakuun
紙本着色白雲筆真景帖および彩絵方
shihon chakushoku Hakuun hitsu shinkeijō oyobi saekata
end C18/early C19 Misato private
(kept at Hongaku-ji (本覚寺?))
39°25′19″N 140°32′59″E / 39.421981°N 140.549737°E / 39.421981; 140.549737 (Hongakuji)
Amida Raigō, on silk
絹本阿弥陀来迎図
kenpon Amida raigō zu
Ōdate private 40°13′46″N 140°34′47″E / 40.229562°N 140.579810°E / 40.229562; 140.579810 (Shimoōgita, Ōdate)
Akita Ranga, Peonies on a Rock
秋田蘭画「岩に牡丹図」
Akita ranga "iwa no botan zu"
Edo period Daisen private by Tashiro Tadakuni (田代忠国?) (1757-1830)[21] Peonies on a Rock, Akita Ranga by Tashiro Tadakuni (Daisen Akita).jpg 97 centimetres (3.18 ft) by 28.5 centimetres (0.94 ft) 39°27′51″N 140°28′45″E / 39.464170°N 140.479120°E / 39.464170; 140.479120 (Ōmagaritōri-machi, Daisen)
Hanshan and Shide, ink on paper
紙本墨画寒山拾得
shihon bokuga Kanzan Jittoku
Akita Daihi-ji (大悲寺?) pair of scrolls 39°42′46″N 140°06′38″E / 39.712894°N 140.110477°E / 39.712894; 140.110477 (Daihiji)
Sixteen Benevolent Deities, colour on silk
絹本着色十六善神
kenpon chakushoku jūroku zenjin
Akita Daihi-ji (大悲寺?) 39°42′46″N 140°06′38″E / 39.712894°N 140.110477°E / 39.712894; 140.110477 (Daihiji)
Kōbō Daishi, colour on silk
絹本着色弘法大師像
kenpon chakushoku Kōbō Daishi zō
end of the Kamakura period/early Muromachi period Oga Chōraku-ji (長楽寺?) holding a vajra and rosary[22] Kobo Daishi (Chorakuji Oga).jpg 39°52′00″N 139°45′06″E / 39.866567°N 139.751801°E / 39.866567; 139.751801 (Chōrakuji)
Sketchbook of Odano Naotake
小田野直武筆写生帖
Odano Naotake hitsu shaseichō
c.1777 Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
ink and colour on paper[23] Odano Naotake Sketchbook (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 42.5 centimetres (1.39 ft) by 28.3 centimetres (0.93 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Cranes, by Shen Nanpin
鶴之図(沈南蘋筆)
tsuru no zu (Shen Nanpin hitsu)
1738 Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
pair of scrolls[24] Crane by Shen Nanpin 1 (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpgCrane by Shen Nanpin 2 (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 97.2 centimetres (3.19 ft) by 49.6 centimetres (1.63 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Shaka Triad
釈迦三尊像図
Shaka sanson zō
Akita Tōfuku-ji (当福寺?) 39°43′10″N 140°06′39″E / 39.719352°N 140.110788°E / 39.719352; 140.110788 (Tōfukuji)
Copy of Van Royen's Flowers and Birds, colour on paper, by Ishikawa Tairō and Ishikawa Mōkō
紙本着色ファン・ロイエン筆 花鳥図模写 石川大浪・孟高合筆
shihon chakushoku Fan Roien hitsu kachō zu mosha Ishikawa Tairō・Mōkō hitsu
1796 Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
copy of W. Van Royen's painting of 1725[25][26] Copy of Van Royen's Flowers and Birds by Ishikawa Tairo & Ishikawa Moko.jpg 232.8 centimetres (7.64 ft) by 107.0 centimetres (3.510 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Nursing Tigress, by Hirafuku Suian
平福穂庵筆 乳虎
Hirafuku Suian hitsu nyūko
1890 Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
ink and colour on silk[27] Nursing Tigress by Hirafuku Suian (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 159.5 centimetres (5.23 ft) by 82.4 centimetres (2.70 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art)
High Mountains Clear Autumn, by Terasaki Kōgyō
寺崎廣業筆 高山清秋
Terasaki Kōgyō hitsu kōzan seishū
1914 Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
on silk, mounted on a pair of six-panel folding screens[28] High Mountains Clear Autumn 1 by Terasaki Kogyo (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpgHigh Mountains Clear Autumn 2 by Terasaki Kogyo (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 364.2 centimetres (11.95 ft) by 168.2 centimetres (5.52 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Haruyama, by Hirafuku Hyakusui
平福百穂筆 春山
Hirafuku Hyakusui hitsu Haruyama
1933 Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
ink and colour on paper[29] Haruyama by Hirafuku Hyakusui (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 104.0 centimetres (3.412 ft) by 91.0 centimetres (2.986 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Mount Fuji, by Odano Naotake
小田野直武筆 富嶽図
Odano Naotake hitsu Fugaku zu
1770s Yokote Akita Prefecture
(kept at the Akita Museum of Modern Art)
colour on silk[30] Mount Fuji by Odano Naotake (Akita Museum of Modern Art).jpg 77.0 centimetres (2.526 ft) by 43.5 centimetres (1.43 ft) 39°17′32″N 140°32′51″E / 39.2923054°N 140.54753148°E / 39.2923054; 140.54753148 (Akita Museum of Modern Art)
Sketchbook of Satake Shozan
佐竹曙山 写生帖
Satake Shozan shaseichō
later C18 Akita Akita City
(kept at the Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
three volumes[31] Sketchbook of Satake Shozan (Akita Senshu Museum of Art).jpg 34.0 centimetres (13.4 in) by 26.3 centimetres (10.4 in) 39°43′02″N 140°07′28″E / 39.717346°N 140.124575°E / 39.717346; 140.124575 (Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Scenery with Lake, by Satake Shozan
佐竹曙山筆 湖山風景図
Satake Shozan hitsu gozan fūkei zu
later C18 Akita Akita City
(kept at the Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Kozanfukeizu.jpg 16.0 centimetres (6.3 in) by 26.3 centimetres (10.4 in) 39°43′02″N 140°07′28″E / 39.717346°N 140.124575°E / 39.717346; 140.124575 (Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Bamboo and Java Sparrows, by Satake Shozan
佐竹曙山筆 竹に文鳥図
Satake Shozan hitsu take ni bunchō zu
later C18 Akita Akita City
(kept at the Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Bamboo and Java Sparrows by Satake Shozan (Akita Senshu Museum of Art).jpg 136.0 centimetres (53.5 in) by 40.0 centimetres (15.7 in) 39°43′02″N 140°07′28″E / 39.717346°N 140.124575°E / 39.717346; 140.124575 (Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Irises and a Knife, by Satake Shozan
佐竹曙山筆 燕子花にナイフ図
Satake Shozan hitsu kakitsubata ni naifu zu
later C18 Akita Akita City
(kept at the Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Irises and Knife by Satake Shozan (Akita Senshu Museum of Art).jpg 112.5 centimetres (44.3 in) by 40.0 centimetres (15.7 in) 39°43′02″N 140°07′28″E / 39.717346°N 140.124575°E / 39.717346; 140.124575 (Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Pink Lotus, by Satake Shozan
佐竹曙山筆 紅蓮図
Satake Shozan hitsu guren zu
later C18 Akita Akita City
(kept at the Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Pink Lotus by Satake Shozan (Akita Senshu Museum of Art).jpg 87.0 centimetres (34.3 in) by 30.5 centimetres (12.0 in) 39°43′02″N 140°07′28″E / 39.717346°N 140.124575°E / 39.717346; 140.124575 (Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Bamboo Grass and White Rabbit, by Odano Naotake
小田野直武筆 笹に白兎図
Odano Naotake hitsu sasa ni shiro usagi zu
later C18 Akita Akita City
(kept at the Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Bamboo Grass and White Rabbit by Odano Naotake (Akita Senshu Museum of Art).jpg 100.5 centimetres (39.6 in) by 32.5 centimetres (12.8 in) 39°43′02″N 140°07′28″E / 39.717346°N 140.124575°E / 39.717346; 140.124575 (Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Children with Dog, by Odano Naotake
小田野直武筆 児童愛犬図
Odano Naotake hitsu jidō aiken zu
later C18 Akita Akita City
(kept at the Akita Senshū Museum of Art)
Tr-43.jpg 41.5 centimetres (16.3 in) by 64.0 centimetres (25.2 in) 39°43′02″N 140°07′28″E / 39.717346°N 140.124575°E / 39.717346; 140.124575 (Akita Senshū Museum of Art)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pamphlet on Cultural Properties". Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 22 September 2015. 
  2. ^ 国宝・重要文化財 [Number of National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 September 2015. Retrieved 22 September 2015. 
  3. ^ "Database of National Cultural Properties: 国宝・重要文化財(美術品)(絵画 秋田県)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 22 September 2015. 
  4. ^ a b 絵画 [Paintings] (PDF) (in Japanese). Akita Prefecture. 1 April 2015. Retrieved 22 September 2015. 
  5. ^ 絹本著色松に唐鳥図(佐竹曙山筆) [Exotic bird in a pine, colour on silk, by Satake Shozan] (in Japanese). Akita Prefecture. Retrieved 16 October 2013. 
  6. ^ "Akita ranga". Japanese Architecture and Art Net Users System. Retrieved 16 October 2013. 
  7. ^ 田原市博物館:特別展示室・企画展示室1 [Tahara Museum Special Exhibition Room] (in Japanese). Tahara Museum. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  8. ^ 絹本著色唐太宗花鳥図〈小田野直武筆/〉 [Taizong of Tang, Flowers and Birds, colour on silk, by Odano Naotake] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  9. ^ 唐太宗・花鳥山水 [Taizong of Tang - Landscape with Flowers and Birds] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  10. ^ 絹本著色当麻曼荼羅図 [Taima Mandala, colour on silk] (PDF) (in Japanese). Daisen City. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  11. ^ 絹本著色不忍池図〈小田野直武筆/〉 [Shinobazu Pond, colour on silk, by Odano Naotake] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 16 October 2013. 
  12. ^ 不忍池図 [Shinobazu Pond] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 16 October 2013. 
  13. ^ 都道府県別指定等文化財件数(都道府県分) [Number of Prefectural Cultural Properties by Prefecture] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. 1 May 2015. Retrieved 22 September 2015. 
  14. ^ 稚児文珠像 [Child Monju] (in Japanese). Nikaho City. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  15. ^ 普賢菩薩像 [Fugen Bosatsu] (PDF) (in Japanese). Daisen City. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  16. ^ 秋田風俗絵巻 [Customs of Akita, emaki] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  17. ^ 絹本着色、金剛・胎蔵両界曼荼羅 [Mandala of the Two Realms] (in Japanese). Oga City. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  18. ^ 芍薬花蘢図 [Chinese Peony in a Flower Basket] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  19. ^ 絹本着色象潟図屏風(六曲一双) [Kisakata Byōbu (six panels)] (in Japanese). Nikaho City. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  20. ^ 象潟 [Kisakata] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  21. ^ 秋田蘭画 岩に牡丹図 [Akita Ranga - Peonies on a Rock] (PDF) (in Japanese). Daisen City. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  22. ^ 絹本着色弘法大師像 [Kobo Daishi, colour on silk] (in Japanese). Oga City. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  23. ^ 写生帖 [Sketchbook] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  24. ^ [Cranes] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 20 October 2013. 
  25. ^ 日本絵画のひみつ [Secrets of Japanese Painting] (in Japanese). Kobe City. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  26. ^ ファン・ロイエン筆 花鳥図模写 [Copy of Van Royen's Flowers and Birds] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  27. ^ 乳虎 [Nursing Tigress] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 20 October 2013. 
  28. ^ 高山清秋 [High Mountains Clear Autumn] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 20 October 2013. 
  29. ^ 春山 [Haruyama] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 20 October 2013. 
  30. ^ 富嶽図 [Mount Fuji] (in Japanese). Akita Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 20 October 2013. 
  31. ^ 秋田県指定文化財の指定等について [Concerning the Designation of Akita Prefectural Cultural Properties] (PDF) (in Japanese). Akita Prefecture. Retrieved 20 October 2013. 

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