Insho’s Preparatory Drawings for Fusuma Paintings— Chishaku-in Temple, Saiho-ji Temple, Honen-in Temple

Insho Domoto Museum of Fine Arts

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Insho Domoto made a number of fusuma (sliding screen) paintings for temples and shrines in Kyoto. This exhibition showcases Insho’s preliminary drawings for these fusuma paintings from the museum’s collection. The images show Chishaku-in Temple’s “shinden” (the most sacred part of the shrine), Saiho-ji Temple’s main hall, and Honen-in Temple’s “hojo” (abbot’s residence) and “boseikaku” (western-facing part of the shrine complex), revealing the inspiration Insho received from these interior spaces.

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from April 04, 2014 at 9:30 to June 15, 2014 at 17:00

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Insho Domoto

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