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In the Moment: Japanese Art from the Larry Ellison Collection


Permission is granted to reproduce these images solely in connection with a review or editorial commentary on the In the Moment: Japanese Art from the Larry Ellison Collection exhibition at the Asian Art Museum, June 28–September 22, 2013. All other reproductions are strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright holder and/or museum.

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  • Standing Shōtoku Taishi at age two (Namubutsu Taishi), Kamakura period (1185 –1333), late 13th –14th century. Japan. Colors and lacquer on wood with crystal inlay. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.5.
  • Seated male Shinto deity, Heian period (794–1185), 9th–10th century. Japan. Wood. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.002.
  • Twenty-four Paragons of Filial Piety, bird and flower, and landscape fans on flowing water (detail), Momoyama period (1573 –1615), c. 1566–1615, by Seal of Kano Eitoku (1543 –1590) (1543–1590). Japan. Thirty-six fan papers mounted on a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, light colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.7.
  • The Battles of Ichinotani and Yashima from the "Tale of the Heike" (detail), Edo period (1615–1868), early 17th C, by Kano Jinnojo (Active early 17th C). Japan. Ink, colors and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.8.
  • Auspicious pines, bamboo, plum, cranes and turtles (detail), Edo period (1615 –1868), by Kano Sansetsu (1590–1651). Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.15.
  • Auspicious pine, bamboo, plum, crane, and turtles, Edo period (1615 –1868), by Kano Sansetsu (1590–1651). Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.015.2.
  • Dragon and tiger (detail), Edo period (1615 –1868), c. 1781–1788, by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733–1795). Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.14.
  • Dragon and tiger (detail), Edo period (1615 –1868), c. 1781–1788, by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733–1795). Japan. Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.14.
  • Scenes from the tale of Genji (detail), Momoyama period (1573 –1615), by Kano Sōshū (1551–1601). Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.18.
  • Maize and Cockscomb (detail), Edo period (1615 –1868), 18th century. Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.23.
  • Maize and Cockscomb (detail), Edo period (1615–1868), 18th century. Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.23.
  • Waves and Rocks (detail), Momoyama period (1573 –1615) or early Edo period (1615 –1868), 17th century, by Hasegawa Tōgaku (attributed) (d. 1623). Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, light colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.20.
  • Brush pot with abstract geometric openwork, Shōwa period (1926–1989), ca. 1928, by Takamura Toyochika (1890–1972). Japan. Cast bronze, gilt copper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.63.
  • Vase with geometric design, Early Shōwa period (1926 –1989), c. 1926 –1930, by Sasaki Shōdō (1882–1961). Japan. Cast bronze. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.61.
  • White elephant, Edo period (1615 –1868), c. 1768, by Itō Jakuchū (1716–1800). Japan. Hanging scroll; ink on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.31.
  • Parinirvana of the Buddha, Nanbokuchō (1333 –1392)–Muromachi period (1392 –1573), 14th century. Japan. Hanging scroll; ink, colors, and gold on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.80.
  • Doe and fawn, Early Shōwa period (1926 –1989), by Katori Masahiko (1899–1988). Japan. Cast yellow bronze. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.72.
  • Incense burner in the shape of a goose, Muromachi period (1392 –1573), 16th century. Japan. Cast bronze. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.75.
  • Male and female boars, Late Meiji period (1868 –1912) or Taishō period (1912 –1926), early 20th century, by Bikai of the Tankin Yamaguchi Kinshōdō workshop (Osaka). Japan. Copper-silver alloy (shibuichi/oborogin). Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.81.
  • Two puppies at play, Kamakura period (1185 –1333), 13th century. Japan. Lacquer on wood with crystal inlay. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.77.
  • Tigers in a Landscape (detail), Edo period (1615 –1868), 1779, by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733–1795). Japan. One of a pair of hanging scrolls; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.36.
  • Tigers, Edo period (1615 –1868), 1779, by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733–1795). Japan. One of a pair of hanging scrolls; ink and light colors on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.036.2.
  • Spring and autumn plants, Edo period (1615–1868), by Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858). Japan. One of a pair of two-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on silk.. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.011.1.
  • Spring and autumn plants, Edo period (1615 –1868), by Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858). Japan. One of a pair of two-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.011.2.
  • The battles of Ichinotani and Yashima, from The Tale of the Heike, Edo period (1615–1868), by Kano Jinnojo (active early 1600s). Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.008.2.
  • Waka poems over autumn grasses and morning glories with scattered fans, Edo period (1615 –1868), 17th Century. Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.013.1.
  • Waka poems over autumn grasses and morning glories with scattered fans, Edo period (1615 –1868), 17th Century. Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.013.2.
  • Kite in rain, Edo period (1615 –1868), by Yosa Buson (1716–1783). Japan. Hanging scroll; ink and light colors on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.025.
  • Mountain and river landscapes, Edo period (1615 –1868), by Soga Shohaku (1730–1781). Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.017.1.
  • Mountain and river landscapes, Edo period (1615 –1868), by Soga Shohaku (1730–1781). Japan. One of a pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.017.2.
  • White-robed Kannon (Avalokiteshvara), cranes, and turtles, Edo period (1615 –1868), 1793, by Itō Jakuchū (1716–1800). Japan. One of a set of three hanging scrolls; ink on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.027.1.
  • White-robed Kannon (Avalokiteshvara), cranes, and turtles, Edo period (1615 –1868), 1793, by Itō Jakuchū (1716–1800). Japan. One of a set of three hanging scrolls; ink on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.027.2.
  • White-robed Kannon (Avalokiteshvara), cranes, and turtles, Edo period (1615 –1868), 1793, by Itō Jakuchū (1716–1800). Japan. One of a set of three hanging scrolls; ink on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.027.3.
  • Mynah bird in a persimmon tree, Edo period (1615 –1868), 1763, by Itō Jakuchū (1716–1800). Japan. Hanging scroll; ink on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.028.
  • Cranes and deer, Edo period (1615 –1868), by Soga Shohaku (1730–1781). Japan. One of a pair of hanging scrolls; ink and light colors on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.039.1.
  • Cranes and deer, Edo period (1615 –1868), by Soga Shohaku (1730–1781). Japan. One of a pair of hanging scrolls; ink and light colors on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.039.2.
  • One of the Seven Lucky Gods Jurojin, deer, and cranes, Edo period (1615 –1868), c. 1844–1858, by Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858). Japan. One of a set of three hanging scrolls; ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.033.3.
  • One of the Seven Lucky Gods Jurojin, deer, and cranes, Edo period (1615 –1868), c. 1844–1858, by Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858). Japan. One of a set of three hanging scrolls; ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.033.2.
  • One of the Seven Lucky Gods Jurojin, deer, and cranes, Edo period (1615 –1868), c. 1844–1858, by Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858). Japan. One of a set of three hanging scrolls; ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.033.1.
  • Rooster, hen, and chicks with plum blossoms, Edo period (1615 –1868), 1785, by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733–1795). Japan. One of a pair of hanging scrolls; ink, colors, and gold on paper (chickens). Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.035.2.
  • Rooster, hen, and chicks; Puppies and Japanese banana plant (detail), Edo period (1615–1868), 1785, by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733–1795). Japan. One of a pair of hanging scrolls; ink, colors, and gold on paper (rooster, hen, and chicks); ink and gold on paper (puppies). Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.35.
  • Young cat sleeping under saxifrage (yukinoshita) (detail), Edo period (1615 –1868), by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733–1795). Japan. Hanging scroll; ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, 2013.2.34.