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Shibaza@ō
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One of the three painting studios or guilds za of the *nanto-edokoro sG in Nara connected with Koufukuji's Ichijouin @ sub-temple. The studio painted at the behest of and was supported by the Ichijoun. The Shibaza was organized during the middle of the Kamakura period, around 1234-5, and continued to be active until the Momoyama period. Many of its artists used the character "kan " in their names, and for this reason it is sometimes referred to as the Kan school, Kanha ϔh. Members of the school include: Kanjitsu ώ and Kanshun Ϗw, who painted in the late Kamakura period; Kankei όc of the Nanbokuchou period, Kanshin ϐ[, Kansei ϐ, Kankaku ϊo, Kanson ϑ, Keishun cw, Keijun c and Keijun c, among others, of the Muromachi period. In addition to painting scrolls, studio members applied color to carved Buddhist sculpture and to architectural structures.
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