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"The Smiles of Gods" Reference images

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Folding Screens with the Arrival of a Portuguese Ship. Anonymous, ca. 1600 - 1625, Rijksmuseum. (1): AK-RAK-1968-1-A, (2): AK-RAK-1968-1-B, (3): A part of (2), enlarged. Duplicated from: https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/

   

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1: The bell of Namban Temple, held at Myoshinji Temple, Kyoto (Duplicated from: https://blog.goo.ne.jp/thomasonoda).

2: Namban Temple Monument at the North side, Takoyakusi-dori Muromachi Nishi-Iri, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto (Duplicated from: Wikipedia).

3: Sketch portrait of the Padre Organtino found in the under-layer of the Evora folding screen (Duplicated from: Kiichi Matsuda, “Discovery of Namban Materials – New Information about the Age of Nobunaga [in Japanese]”, Chu-kou New Pocket Books, 1964).

4. "Seminario in Anzucci (Adzuchi) (Duplicated from: Marco Antonio Ciappi, “Compendio Delle Heroiche Et Gloriose Attioni Et Santa Vita di Papa Greg. XIII, 1596 – BooksGoogle)

  

Ama no Iwato Densetsu Nishiki-e (Legend of Ama no Iwato Woodcut), by The 3rd Toyokuni, 1856. Held at Faculty of Shinto Studies, Kokugakuin Univ. Duplicated from: https://www.kokugakuin.ac.jp/article/130732

Myth of the dawn of Japan.

  

Ama no Iwato no Kigen (The origin of Ama-no-Iwato), by Shunsai Toshimasa 1887. Wikipedia.

  

  

Ama no Iwato, by Gyausui Kawanabe, colour on silk, 1880s(?). Duplicated from: https://ultrabigfight.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-58.html

   

Odysseus shooting the suitors

Duplicated from: https://catherinecarby.com/schedule/2018/1/16/monteverdi-the-return-of-ulysses

  

"Yuriwaka Daijin" in Kuniyoshi Utagawa's "Kiso-kaidou 69 Stations, No.10: Fukaya. Held by the Bigelow Collection, Boston Art Museum.

(The reason why the legendary maritime hero, Yuriwaka, represented the inland town, Fukaya, is unknown.)

Duplicated from: https://catherinecarby.com/schedule/2018/1/16/monteverdi-the-return-of-ulysses Odysseus shooting the suitors

   

"The Torment of Saint Anthony", c.1487-88, Attributed to Michelangelo
Duplicated from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Torment_of_Saint_Anthony

   

"The Meeting of Saint Anthony and Saint Paul" (with the centaur at the background), c. 1430-35 by Master of the Osservanza.
Duplicated from: https://www.nga.gov/collection/art-object-page.436.html