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By Foreword Heil; Preface-Sieichiro Takahashi Walter

The outlet of this nice exhibition of jap paintings capacity the achievement of a wish that this museum has had for a very good a long time: to illustrate to San Franciscans — and in a bigger feel to the yank humans — the richness and greatness of the traditional arts of Japan.

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174 Kimekomi Ningyo (wooden doll 168 Draping Doll (Woman). with attached clothing). Late 17th Century. H. 12in. National Museum, Tokyo. 169 Cosho Ningyo 19th Century. " H. Ascribed to Daihachiro. "Dandy Middle of 19th Century. ; Kumasaka, 31 National 2% in. Mr. Shinzo Noguchi, Tokyo. (royal-gift doll). in. Museum, Tokyo. 175 Kimekomi Ningyo. 19th Century. " Dolls and Toys Society, Tokyo. 170 Gosho Ningyo. Middle of 19th Century. "Spirits of crane and tortoise" (symbols of longevity) H. 2414 in.

52^! in. National Museum, Tokyo. 165 Noh Robe of Nui-haku Type. 19th Century. Black silk, with design of symbols of riches. 18th Century. silk, with design of autumn gra>ses gold-leaf imprint and embroidery. H. , W. 51 in. While H. , W. 49% in. National Museum, Tokyo. in National Museum, Tokyo. 162 IVoh Robe of Kara-ori Type. 17th Century. 166 Obi (sash). Ked silk twill, with design of diagonal s(|uares. H. , W. 59M! in. National Museum, Tokyo. 18th Century. Scarlet velvet, with design of flowering grasses and puppies.

National Museum, Tokyo. 163 Noh Robe of Kara-ori Type. 18th Century. Silk twill in stripes of scarlet, light blue and black, with design of flowers and conventionalized waves pattern. H. 67^! , W. 56 in. National Museum, Tokyo. 167 Obi. 19th Century. silk, with design of diagonal squares and in embroidery. L. , W. ll'Yt Purple chrysanthemums National in. Museum, Tokyo. DOLLS There are many kinds of Japanese dolls: Gosho Ningyo, figures of lovely children; Saga Ningyo, wooden dolls carved and colored; Nara Ningyo, wooden dolls made special beauty of carving; Isho Ningyo, dolls to be dressed; in Nara, distinguished by their Kimekomi Ningyo, wooden clothing attached; and Mitsuori Ningyo, dolls with movable limbs.

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