Japan61 Insho Domoto (1891-1975)

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YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION HERE: http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/japan61-insho-domoto/michaelasanda/japan61-insho-domoto Thank you! Insho Domoto (1891 - 1975) was a Japanese artist. His birth name was Sannosuke Dōmoto. He was a recipient of the Order of Culture in 1961. Insho cultivated a strong interest in history, aesthetic theory, and Western art from the Old Masters to Cubism and Kandinsky. He started Nihonga, but later turned to oil paintings including religious artworks. By the work of mural painting of church he was awarded the "Order of St. Sylvester" from Curia Romana in 1963. Then after the end of the 1950s he started the Nihonga Abstract Paintings, also he painted them on old Kyoto temples' sliding door = Fusuma

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JAPAN (1891 –1975) Insho Domoto

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Formerly the Imperial capital of Japan for more than one thousand years, Kyoto is known as the thousand-year capital. It has a population close to 1.5 million. Insho Domoto (1891 - 1975) was a Japanese artist. His birth name was Sannosuke Dōmoto. He was a recipient of the Order of Culture in 1961. Insho cultivated a strong interest in history, aesthetic theory, and Western art from the Old Masters to Cubism and Kandinsky. He started Nihonga, but later turned to oil paintings including religious artworks. By the work of mural painting of church he was awarded the "Order of St. Sylvester" from Curia Romana in 1963. Then after the end of the 1950s he started the Nihonga Abstract Paintings, also he painted them on old Kyoto temples' sliding door = Fusuma

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In 1966 the artist established Domoto Museum of Fine Arts to display his works of art by his design

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The Insho Domoto Museum of Fine Arts is located in northwestern Kyoto

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The museum is located across the street from Ritsumeikan University in northwest Kyoto. It is close to the Golden Pavilion and Ryoanji Temple

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The museum building was designed by Domoto himself

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Doors

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Gamelan

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Virtually all of the building is made up of Domoto's works including the walls, door knobs, stained glass windows, and chairs for resting. It could be said that the art museum itself is a work of art

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Paris 1952

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Rome 1952

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1952 The collection covers Domoto's life works from his first work to his most famous works produced in his later years

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Daily Life -1955 Paris 1952

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Landscape of Fukakusa, southern Distinct Kyoto -1919

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Cormorant Fishing 1923 The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

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Cherry Blossoms at Night in Maruyama Park, from the album Eight Views of Kyoto (Kyôto hakkei) Cherry Blossoms in Rain at Arashiyama Daimonji-yama

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Chinese bell flower Kingfisher and Reed

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Slope (Image of Gojo-zaka) -1924 Mount Fuji

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Deer 1930

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Village Scenery 1950 Morning-Glories 1942 The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

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Winter Morning MoMATokyo Nandin

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1957 1968 Puppet Master 1950

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My father Self-portrait

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Scene of the tea ceremony 1948

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Dressing the Hair for New Year's Day (8 Views of Kyoto) Maiko

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Owl 1962

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Two 1945

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Tenacity 1963 The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

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Ohara me from the album Eight Views of Kyoto (Kyôto hakkei)

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Autumn Maple Leaves at Takao Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art In Kobe

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Kinkaku-ji in Snow, from the album Eight Views of Kyoto (Kyôto hakkei) 1950

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The year Todaiji 1925 Fukakusayama Treasure Ship The Imperial Palace in Snow

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Nursing Mother's Prayer for Milk 1924

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Road in the mountain

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Symphony 1961

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Domoto produced works using a variety of painting styles from orthodox Japanese-style paintings featuring nature to abstract paintings that evoke memories of Picasso. Visitors can sense this ever‐changing nature from his body of work

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Wind God -1961

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Sliding doors Fusuma

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Auspicious wind blowing through pines 1940 White Hawk (Hakutaka)

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Auspicious wind blowing through pines 1940

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Insho's Preparatory Drawings for Fusuma Paintings Chishaku-in Temple

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Fusuma Paintings Chishaku-in Temple

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Triptych of Buddhist Saint Vimalakirti 1923

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Six Avalokitesvaras (Kanzeon) 1937 Hariti 1922 MoMAK

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Princess Konohanasakuya -1929

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Birth of prince Shotoku1947

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Cat 1922

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Hares playing in the Spring Field 1938

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Locks 1951

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A Family 1949

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Newspaper The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

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Eight hours 1951

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Suspicion 1954

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Metro 1953 The Insho-Domoto Museum of Fine Arts holds an annual exhibition which takes a historical look at work that arose from art schools in Kyoto

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Hunting expedition

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Spring 1927 Ripened fruits 1930

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Pomegranates 1920

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Snow

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Study for Ukon Takayama wall painting in Tamatsukuri Cathedral 1962 Study for Garasha Hosokawa, wall painting in Tamatsukuri Cathedral 1962

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Beginning and Ending of Destiny (Annunciation) 1954

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The Cross Study for Maria wall painting in Tamatsukuri Cathedral 1962

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Beginning and Ending of Destiny (Pieta) 1954

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The Insho Domoto Museum was founded in 1966, and houses the works of Insho Domoto. In addition, there are periodic exhibits

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