Publications

Catalogues

No. 1.
Catalogue of Collections at Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum: Works
* Sold out
Published September 1, 2001
Works in the collection of Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum, except the tabletop art
Jisaku wo kataru by Kaburaki Kiyokata
The people around Kiyokata
No. 2.
Catalogue of Collections at Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum: Tabletop Art Vol. 1, the Meiji and Taishō periods
Published July 31, 2002
The tabletop art works in the collection of Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum. Works dating to the Meiji and Taishō periods
Sozorogoto by Kaburaki Kiyokata
The places where Kiyokata lived
Kanazawa Hakkei maps
No. 3.
Catalogue of Collections at Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum: Tabletop Art Vol. 2, the Shōwa period
Published September 3, 2002
The tabletop art works in the collection of Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum. Works dating to the Shōwa period
Nihonga no mikata by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Places that Kiyokata depicted and reference maps
No. 4.
Catalogue of Illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata: The Bungei Kurabu Edition, Vol. 1
Published September 30, 2003
First volume of illustrations (sashi-e) and frontispieces (kuchi-e) drawn by Kaburaki Kiyokata for Bungei Kurabu magazine, in chronological order.
Shōsetsu no sashie and Sashi-e no kōki by Kaburaki Kiyokata
The painters who produced illustrations for Bungei Kurabu
List of illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata for Bungei Kurabu (1895-1910)
No. 5.
Catalogue of Illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata: The Bungei Kurabu Edition, Vol. 2
Published March 10, 2004
Second volume of illustrations (sashi-e) and frontispieces (kuchi-e) by Kaburaki Kiyokata for Bungei Kurabu magazine, in chronological order.
Mokuhanga no shumi, Watashi no suki na natsu no onna, and Meiji no sashi-e by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Kiyokata’s perspective on Bungei Kurabu
List of illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata for Bungei Kurabu (1907-1921)
No. 6.
Catalogue of Illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata: The Tōhoku Shimbun and Kōdan Zasshi Editions
Published March 20, 2005
A record of illustrations (sashi-e) for Tōhoku Shimbun where the novice illustrator Kaburaki Kiyokata matured, and frontispieces (kuchi-e) for Kōdan Zasshi, his mature period as an illustrator
Mokuhan surishi no genjō by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Newspapers with illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata and illustrations
Catalogue of illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata for Tōhoku Shimbun and frontispieces for Kōdan Zasshi
No. 7.
Catalogue of Illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata: The Izumi Kyōka Edition
* Sold out
Published March 22, 2006
A record of Kyōka-saku Kiyokata-egaku (written by Kyōka, illustrated by Kiyokata), the evocative series of books that began when Kiyokata met Izumi Kyōka, a leading light in literary circles, and continued until Kyōka’s death.
Izumi Kyōka sakuhinshū Vol. 1, Commentary by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Kiyokata’s descriptions of Izumi Kyōka
Kyōka’s descriptions of Kaburaki Kiyokata
List of Kiyokata’s illustrations associated with Izumi Kyōka
No. 8.
Catalogue of Illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata: The Ugōkai and Shinshōsetsu Period
Published December 20, 2006
A record of frontispieces for Shinshōsetsu, at which Kiyokata cemented his position as an illustrator by teaming up with Izumi Kyōka, and Kiyokata’s efforts to turn himself into a Nihonga painter as a member of the Ugōkai group of young painters in the limelight at the time.
Ugōkai no koto by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Kiyokata’s descriptions of Ugōkai and Shinshōsetsu
List of the works exhibited with the Ugōkai / catalogue of works published in Shinshōsetsu.
No. 9.
Catalogue of Illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata: Works at the Official Exhibitions (Bunten, Teiten, Nitten)
Published October 20, 2007
Although Kiyokata had become a first-class illustrator, working for many newspapers, he was once again minded to paint Nihonga and switched his sphere of activity to the official exhibitions organized by the Ministry of Education. A record of Kiyokata’s works shown at the official exhibition and illustrations for the Nikkan Jinmin newspaper.
Teiten issekiwa by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Kiyokata’s descriptions of the official exhibitions
List of works Kiyokata exhibited at the official exhibitions
Summary of stories and illustrations in Nikkan Jinmin
No. 10.
Kaburaki Kiyokata’s Lineage: From the Mentor Mizuno Toshikata to Kiyokata’s Students
Published December 20, 2008
Traces Kiyokata’s lineage from taking over the work of illustrating the Yamato Shimbun from Mizuno Toshikata, to Kiyokata’s art, and what he passed on to his students. A record of works exhibited at the Kyōdokai, the group organized by Kiyokata’s students, and representative works by Toshikata, Kiyokata, and students.
Kyōdokai by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Kiyokata’s descriptions about the Kyōdokai and the students
Summary of stories and illustrations for Yamato Shimbun
List of works exhibited at the Kyōdokai
No. 11.
Kaburaki Kiyokata and the Shichigenkai : With Yasuda Yukihiko, Kobayashi Kokei, Maeda Seison, Kikuchi Keigetsu, Tsuchida Bakusen, Hirafuku Hyakusui, Hayami Gyoshū, and Nishimura Goun
Published December 20, 2009
Traces the Shichigenkai exhibitions, which wielded a strong influence on the official exhibitions, and the activities of the nine participating painters (Kaburaki Kiyokata, Yasuda Yukihiko, Kobayashi Kokei, Maeda Seison, Kikuchi Keigetsu, Tsuchida Bakusen, Hirafuku Hyakusui, Hayami Gyoshū, and Nishimura Goun), as well as their major works and works exhibited at Shichigenkai. Also, a record of Kiyokata’s illustrations in the Tokyo Nichi Nichi Shimbun
Kiyokata’s descriptions about Shichigenkai / List of exhibited works
Brief Biography of Kikuchi Yūhō
Summary of stories and illustrations in Tokyo Nichi Nichi Shimbun / Kiyokata’s descriptions about Tokyo Nichi Nichi Shimbun
No. 12.
Kaburaki Kiyokata’s Shibai-e
Published December 20, 2010
Kiyokata was a Kabuki connoisseur and critic who had visited the theater since he was a child. As a painter, he produced numerous works evoking the theater as a subject for painting, and his sketches were published in Kabuki magazine. This volume includes a record of theater magazines with a connection to Kiyokata and his works related to the theater.
Kōshirō no omoide (danwa) in Kaburaki Kiyokata Bunshū Geppō 6
Kiyokata’s descriptions about the theater
List of Kaburaki Kiyokata’s illustrations in Kabuki, Engei Kurabu, Engei Gahō, and Shin Engei
List of shibai-e
No. 13.
Kaburaki Kiyokata’s Bijinga: Works in the Collection Relating to Higuchi Ichiyō’s Novels, and to Fujiin Sekai and Fujin Kōron
Published December 20, 2011
A record of Kiyokata’s celebrated masterpieces of bijinga; Also includes works related to Higuchi Ichiyō, a writer he regarded with respect and affection, as well as related illustrations and essays for Fujin Sekai and Fujin Kōron.
Bijinga wo egaku toki no kushin, Watashiha donna fujin ni mottomo sugureta bi wo kanzuruka, etc.
Kiyokata’s descriptions about Higuchi Ichiyō, List of illustrations for Ichiyō’s book
List of Kaburaki Kiyokata’s illustrations for Fujin Sekai and Fujin Kōron
Lits of bijinga works
No. 14.
Kaburaki Kiyokata’s Essays in Koshikata no Ki, Vol. 1: Hōchi Shimbun, Works from the Meiji and early Taishō Periods
Published December 20, 2012
A commentary on the first volume of Koshikata no Ki, a highly erudite book in which Kiyokata, a talented writer, discusses painting, literature, theater, and topography of the time in an autobiographical form.
Includes a summary of stories and illustrations in the Hōchi Shimbun (Meiji and early Taishō periods)
No. 15.
Kaburaki Kiyokata and Kenyūsha: Works Associated with Ozaki Kōyō, Izumi Kyōka, and Yamagishi Kayō
Published December 20, 2013
An overview of Kiyokata’s friends among the Kenyūsha members, including Kōyō, Kyōka, and Kayō. His association with them helped make his name as an illustrator. Also includes an overview of illustrations, frontispieces, and covers from the bibliographical catalogue.
No. 16.
Catalogue of Collections at Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum
Published December 20, 2014
An introduction in English and Japanese to all works and important preparatory drawings in the museum collection. A record of the people around Kiyokata, the places where Kiyokata lived, an essay on overseas exhibitions and the mark left by Kaburaki Kiyokata, in addition to commentaries on his works by Kiyokata himself.
No. 17.
Kaburaki Kiyokata’s Essays in Koshikata no Ki, Vol. 2: Hōchi Shimbun, Illustrations and Frontispieces from the Taishō Period
Published December 20, 2014
A commentary on the second volume of Koshikata no Ki, a highly erudite book in which Kiyokata, a talented writer, discusses painting, literature, theater, and the topography of the time in an autobiographical format.
Includes a summary of stories and illustrations in Hōchi Shimbun (Taishō period).
No. 18.
Kaburaki Kiyokata and the Sansankai: With Nishiyama Suishō, Nishimura Goun, Matsuoka Eikyū, Kikuchi Keigetsu, Yūki Somei, Uemura Shōen, Kosugi Hōan; Including Taishō period illustrations for Hōchi Shimbun
Published December 20, 2015
A record of participation in the Sansankai exhibition organized by the Takashimaya Bijutsubu, the works exhibited by the eight painters, and other important works of the same period.
Summary of stories and illustrations in Hōchi Shimbun (Taishō period)
No. 19.
Kaburaki Kiyokata’s Essays in Zoku Koshikata no Ki, Vol. 2: Kyūshū Nippō, Illustrations
Published February 20, 2017
A commentary on the first volume of Zoku Koshikata no Ki, discusses art world, customs, theater world, and the topography of the time from Taishō period to early Shōwa period in an autobiographical format.
Includes a summary of stories and illustrations in the newspaper Kyūshū Nippō .
Special Exhibition: Kiyokata egaku shōzōga
* Sold out
Published October 10, 1998
Catalogue for special exhibition, Kiyokata egaku Shōzōga (portraits by Kiyokata)
Special Spring Exhibition
Published April 25, 2009
Catalogue for Special exhibition: Japanese Art Exhibition in Rome and Travel to Kansai April 25-May 27, 2009
And Special Exhibition: Kiyokata and Sumida River, May 30-July 5, 2009
Tenth Anniversary of the Museum: Masterpieces by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Published March 25, 2008
A record of works by Kiyokata held elsewhere, and shown at special exhibitions from fiscal 1999 to fiscal 2007, to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the museum
Fifteenth Anniversary of the Museum: Masterpieces by Kaburaki Kiyokata
Published March 15, 2013
A record of works by Kiyokata held elsewhere and shown at special exhibitions from fiscal 2008 to fiscal 2012, to commemorate the fifteenth anniversary of the museum