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Painters as Envoys:
Korean Inspiration in Eighteenth-Century Japanese Nanga
Burglind Jungmann

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface 7
Introduction 13

Part I: Historical Conditions and the Origin of the Style

Chapter One: Korean Embassies to japan in the Eighteenth Century 25
Chapter Two: Southern School Painting in China, Korea, and Japan 47

Part II: The Nanga Pioneers and Their Relationahip with Korea

Chapter Three: Gion Nankai and the Korean Embassy of 1741 75
Chapter Four: Sakaki Hyakusen, Yanagisawa Kien, and the An Ky&obreve;n School Style 103

Part III: The Second Generation: Ike Taiga and the Impact of Korean Namjonghwa

Chapter Five: Ike Taiga's Circle and the Korean Embassies 121
Chapter Six: Korean Influence on Ike Taiga's Painting Style 167
Chapter Seven: Korean True Scenery Painting and Its Spread to japan 187

Conclusion: Korean Contributions to the Creation of the Nanga Style 205
List of Characters 212
Appendix: Korean and Japanese Texts 219
Notes 223
Bibliography 253
Index 266
Photography Credits 272

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