Kajikawa School

Artist Information
Nationality: Japanese


Cloisonne enamel ojime with stylised floral designs; Netsuke in the form of a seated courtesan; Six-case inro with design of ho-o against a garden fence
Artist: Josen ()
Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with 1000 crane (senzuru) design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with cherry-blossom design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with chrysanthemum design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with chrysanthemum design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with chrysanthemum design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of a landscape with cherry trees and a waterfall
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of cherry blossom at Yoshino,with mountains, a waterfall,a stream and rustic dwellings
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of cherry-blossom at Yoshino
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of cranes and waves
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of cranes, river and reeds
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of cranes, waves and grasses
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of deer and autumn landscape
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Kano Tan'yu (1602-1674)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of drying winter cherries
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of landscape with farm buildings
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of musical instruments and musicians' caps
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of rice-planting and irrigation
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune in a boat
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of Ushiwakamaru and Benkei on the Gojo Bridge
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with design of waterfalls and geese
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with hawk, ho-o and plum design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with Kasuga park design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Hyakusensei ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Five-case inro with mountain landscape design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with bird and cherry-tree design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with design of eboshi (court cap), pine and plum
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with design of hawk and crane
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Kano Tan'yu (1602-1674)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with geese and reeds design
Artist: Kano Tsunenobu (1636-1713)
Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with seascape design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Four-case inro with sleeping Hotei design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Hako netsuke with floral designs; Seven-case inro with design of incense-table and irises
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Lozenge-shaped ojime with flower designs; Netsuke in the form of a squirrel and a bunch of grapes; Six-case inro with design of hares in a landscape
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime in the form of Daruma; Netsuke in the form of four of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune in a boat; Four-case inro with design of rice plants
Artist: Josen ()
Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime with floral design; Four-case inro with design of sailing boats and salt kilns (Suma)
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime with floral designs; Box-netsuke with design of toys; Four-case inro with design of mandarin ducks and a stream
Artist: Tenmin ()
Kajikawa School ()
Juei ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime with openwork floral decoration; Four-case inro with design of formal chrysanthemums
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime with river design; Netsuke in the form of Gama Sennin seated and confronting his toad; Five-case inro with design of Kanzan and Jittoku
Artist: Hachio ()
Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime; Netsuke in the form of a horse standing in a low tub of water; Four-case inro with horse design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Ojime; Netsuke in the form of a stool containing a landscape; Five-case inro with design of Tartars on horseback
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Seven-case inro with autumn landscape design: maples, waterfall and Zen temple buildings
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Seven-case inro with chrysanthemum design
Artist: Kajikawa School ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1