Kamakura Period

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Komoku-ten, Guardian of the West, one of a set of four Shitenno (Guardian Figures) Sculpture; wood and polychrome with gilt, crystal-inlaid eyes Japan Kamakura period Freer Gallery of Art. Kamakura Period, Freer Gallery, Japanese Warrior, Japanese Culture, Japanese Food, Buddhist Art, Japan Art, Sculpture, Les Oeuvres

Japan - 1185-1333 (Kamakura Period) Komoku-ten Guardian of the west (wood)

Komoku-ten, Guardian of the West, one of a set of four Shitenno (Guardian Figures) Medium: Sculpture; wood and polychrome with gilt, crystal-inlaid eyes Dimensions: H x W: 66 x 33 cm (26 x 13 in) Type: Sculpture Origin: Japan Topic: Buddhism, Kamakura period (1185 - 1333), Japan, Komoku-ten, Japanese Art Credit Line: Purchase Date: 1185-1333 Period: Kamakura period Accession Number: F1976.12 Data Source: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Rights: Copyright with museum…

Japanese samurai armour laced with red threads with bamboo, tiger, sparrow motif; from Kamakura era, Japan Samurai Weapons, Samurai Armor, Arm Armor, Kasuga Shrine, Kamakura Period, Ancient Armor, Ninja, Art Japonais, Japanese Art

Japanese samurai armour laced with red threads with bamboo, tiger, sparrow motif; from Kamakura era, 1185, Japan

 Clothing oriented outline of Japanese history from 538 to Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress, Japanese Clothing, Japanese Outfits, Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Love Clothing, Woman Clothing

sewing patterns for historical clothing

Buy this pattern and easily make this lovely Frock Coat straight out of the Young Victoria movie. Full size paper patterns for Men's Frock Coat or Top Coat for the 1840s with narrow cuffs, attached wide skirts, side panel, and optional shoulder cape. Kne

Gigaku Mask, Rikishi (Guardian), Wood with pigments and lacquer, Kamakura period… African Masks, African Art, Japanese Noh Mask, Kamakura Period, Japan Crafts, Masks Art, Sculpture, Nara, National Museum

Gigaku Mask, Rikishi (Guardian)|Nara National Museum

Nara National Museum Official site, 50 Noboriōji-chō Nara city 630-8213 JAPAN , TEL:NTT Hello Dial050-5542-8600/FAX:0742-26- 7218

Wisdom King of Passion (Aizen myōō), Cleveland Museum of Art: Japanese Art The Buddhist deity Aizen channels carnal desire into a lust for spiritual enlightenment, and is an appropriation of the. Buddhist Teachings, Buddhist Art, Kamakura Period, Religious Text, 17th Century Art, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Hindu Deities, Photography Illustration, Ancient Art

Aizen Myōō

The Buddhist deity Aizen channels carnal desire into a lust for spiritual enlightenment, and is an appropriation of the Hindu deity Rāgarāja. In its principal right arm this figure once held a vajra

Greetings, What was/is the full attire of the samurai? Casual and Battle attire. Jedi Outfit, Japanese Costume, Japanese Kimono, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Outfits, Court Outfit, Court Attire, Samurai Clothing, Costumes Japan

kamishimo - c'est un vêtement traditionnel et cérémonial porté par les samouraïs japonais partir de l'époque Kamakura jusqu'à l'époque Edo.

Procession of Mounted Archery. Mounted Archery called Yabusame was encouraged as a marshal art during the Kamakura period. Japanese Clothing, Japanese Outfits, Samurai, Muromachi Period, Kamakura Period, Mounted Archery, Marshal Arts, Male Kimono, Traditional Kimono

Procession of Mounted Archery. Costume. Mounted Archery called Yabusame was encouraged as a marshal art during the Kamakura period.

Early Samurai: Heian fashions 1083 A D. Japanese History, Asian History, Japanese Culture, Heian Period, Heian Era, Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Kamakura Period, Japanese Warrior

Facts of Japan - Important History Events Part I

The Age of Hunting The Jomon Culture The Paleolithic age started around 35000 years ago and people from Asian mainland settled in Japan. It is only at the end of Ice Age, around 10000 years ago, the Jomon culture developed in Japan. The Jomon...

Boy's armor modeled after the Kamakura period made for the male heir of a daimyō family for his coming of age ceremony century CE Japan.

Boy's armor modeled after the Kamakura period made for the male heir of a daimyō family for his coming of age ceremony 19th century CE Japan

Armor in the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection of Japanese Samurai Armor photographed at the Portland Art Museum.