Aya Ōta
Ōta, Aya
Ōta, Aya
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Description: Ink and Gold: Art of the Kano
In the history of Japanese art, the Kano school of painting was the best-known and most accomplished school in terms of its longevity, the number of artists it trained, and the influence it exerted on Japanese art as a whole. Kano Masanobu (1434–1530), the founder of the school, emerged in the mid-fifteenth century, and his lineage extended through artists active in the modern era, such as...
PublisherPhiladelphia Museum of Art
Related print edition pages: pp.35-43