Table of contents for Ike Taiga and Tokuyama Gyokuran : Japanese masters of the brush / Felice Fischer with Kyoko Kinoshita ; with essays by Jonathan Chaves, Sadako Ohki, and Shimatani Hiroyuki.

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Counter
Lenders to the Exhibition
[2 pages of sponsor statements]
Foreword 
Anne d'Harnoncourt
Note to the Reader [1 page]
Ike Taiga, a Life in Art
Felice Fischer
The Life and Arts of Tokuyama Gyokuran
Kyoko Kinoshita
Taiga's Landscape Painting
Felice Fischer
Printed Books on Painting: Edo-Period Imports from China and Those of Taiga's Works
Kyoko Kinoshita
Collage of Painting, Calligraphy, and Poetry: A Study of Taiga's Ink Bamboo with Chinese Verse 
Sadako Ohki 
The Fascination of Taiga's Calligraphy
Shimatani Hiroyuki 
Taiga and Chinese Poetry (Kanshi) 
Jonathan Chaves 
Early Works
Chinese Themes 
Calligraphy 
Japanese Themes 
Chinese Landscapes 
Late Works
Catalogue of Works
Appendix 1: Taiga's Chinese Poetry
Translations by Jonathan Chaves
Appendix 2: Dictionary of Seals 
Bibliography
Acknowledgments 
Index of Names
[Photography credits]

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ike, Taiga, 1723-1776 -- Exhibitions.
Ike, Gyokuran, 1728-1784 -- Exhibitions.
Nanga -- Exhibitions.