Zen and the Art of Murmachi Painting
I. Background in China's Southern Song dynasty (1129-1276)
II. Zen as the primary conduit for Chinese art forms.
III. Key Japanese artists in the suiboku style.
A. Mokuan (mid-14th century).
B. Josetsu (early 15th century).
Catching a Catfish with a Gourd.
C. Shubun (early 15th century).
Reading in the Bamboo Studio.
D. Bokusai (?-1492).
Portrait of Ikkyu Sojun.
E. Sesshu (1420-1506).
Haboku (Splashed Ink) Landscape.
Hui-k'o Offering His Arm to Bodhidharma.