2016年の流行さきどり!商用可のスケッチ&水彩ペイント用デザインキット The Digital Designer’s Artistic Toolkit

2016年の流行さきどり!商用可のスケッチ&水彩ペイント用デザインキット The Digital Designer’s Artistic Toolkit

Camera Drawing, Camera Illustration, Food Illustrations, Watercolour Painting, Web Design, Yahoo, Doodles, Illustrators, Paper Pieced Patterns

Art, Ukiyoe, Woodblock Print, Japan. Kuniyoshi, The Ghost of Oiwa

century woodblock prints by Utagawa Kunuyoshi illustrating the story of Yotsuya Kaidan, supposedly the most famous and influential Japanese ghost story of all time.

Nuribotoke / 塗仏 (an animated corpse with blackened flesh and dangling eyeballs) from the Hyakkai-Zukan, ca. 1737 by Sawaki Suushi. They are portrayed as similar in appearance to the Buddha but with largely bloated stomachs and occasionally having a catfish's tail.

Nuribotoke (an animated corpse with blackened flesh and dangling eyeballs) from the Hyakkai-Zukan, Sawaki Suushi, 1737

かさねのぼうこん / Kasane no Boukon, ca. 1847-1852 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Ghost of Kasane (Kasane no boukon, かさねのぼうこん) (censors Mera and Murata) NOTE: The ghost’s face is made up of body parts and tools.

Imao Keinen (Japanese, 1845–1924). Keinen kachō gafu 景年花鳥畫譜 Two Birds and Crysanthemums, from Keinen kachō gafu (Keinen’s Flower-and-Bird Painting Manual), 1891. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Grace M. Pugh, 1985 (JP3702)

Imao Keinen (Japanese, Keinen kachō gafu 景年花鳥畫譜 Two Birds and Crysanthemums, from Keinen kachō gafu (Keinen’s Flower-and-Bird Painting Manual), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

[] 化物忠臣蔵 四段目 BAKEMONO CHUSHINGURA [] THE MONSTER’S CHUSHINGURA [] [] by Kuniyoshi Utagawa 国芳歌川 [] [1797 – 1861] [] one of the last great masters of the UKIYO E style of woodblock prints n' painting [] an excellent teacher who had numerous pupils which continued his branch of the Utagawa school [] among the most notable were #Yoshitoshi, #Yoshitora, #Yoshiiku, #Yoshikazu, n' Yoshifuji [] 画号は一勇斎。江戸時代末期を代表する浮世絵師の一人であり、画想の豊かさ、斬新なデザイン力、奇想天外なアイデア、確実なデッサン力を持ち、浮世絵の枠にとどまらない広範な魅力を持つ作品を多数生み出した絵師である。

monsters enacting the play "Kanadehon Chushingura", a classic story about 47 Ronin / Bakemono Chushingura series, ca.

Kasha -- Cat-like demon that descends from the sky to feed on corpses before cremation

Kasha- Cat-like demon that descends from the sky to feed on corpses before cremation. Woodblock print from "The Kaibutsu Ehon" (Illustrated Book of Monsters) by Nabeta Gyokuei

Tawaraya Sotatsu 重要文化財 唐獅子図杉戸(右) 俵屋宗達筆 京都・養源院

『琳派 京を彩る』京都国立博物館で開催 -「琳派」初の大規模な展覧会 - 写真15

Tawaraya Sotatsu 重要文化財 唐獅子図杉戸(右) 俵屋宗達筆 京都・養源院

“Doro-ta-bō” - the “muddy rice field man.” Anatomical features include a gelatinous lower body that merges into the earth, a ‘mud sac’ that draws nourishment from the soil, lungs that allow the creature to breathe when buried.    In 1960, the great manga artist Shigeru Mizuki took on the task of illustrating anatomical versions of over 80 monstrous members of the yōkai—a group of monsters who, according to Japanese folklore, inhabit the countryside of Japan.     “Makura-gaeshi” - the…

The Fukuro-sage - a type of Tanuki found in Nagano prefecture and Shikoku - has the ability to shapeshift into a sake bottle, which is typically seen rolling down sloping streets. From Shigeru Mizuki's "Yōkai Daizukai", 2004

木版画、トリプティク。 歴史、神話や伝説。 1168でのイベントのアカウントが殺害された源氏の幽霊は平清盛なしに登場したとき。 紙の上の錦絵。

Fukao Hokui: 'Fukubara densha kai-i no zu' - triptych woodblock print illustrating an event in 1168 when ghosts of the slain Minamoto appeared to Taira no Kiyomori

Kuniyoshi

thestanfordgallery: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Tenjiku Tokubei Riding a Giant Toad Edo Period, century

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