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Katsushika Hokusai's famous ' climbing Dragon figure "William Bigelow collection, Boston Museum of fine arts.

darksilenceinsuburbia: Dragon Scroll Silk and silver thread embroidery, Japanese. 1868-1912. Via

Title: Dragon Scroll Artist: Unknown (Japanese) Art Movement: Japanese Meiji - Japan Materials/Techniques: Silk and silver thread embroidery. I normally prefer European dragons but this one is so fantastic that I can't but like it.

Mori Sosen

Dragon 雲龍図 Japanese, Edo period Artist Mori Sosen, Japanese, Dimensions Image: x cm x 15 in.) Medium or Technique Hanging scroll; ink on silk Classification Paintings Type Hanging scroll Accession Number Not on view

NAKABAYASHI Chikutō(中林 竹洞 Japanese, 1776-1853) Dragons 雲龍図

NAKABAYASHI Chikutō(中林 竹洞 Japanese, 1776-1853) Dragons 雲龍図

Yamato no Orochi - An enormous eight-headed, eight-tailed Japanese dragon, so huge that it's body stretched over eight hills and eight valleys. Susanoo, the god of the sea and storms, kills the dragon by getting each head drunk, then hacking the dragon to pieces.

Yamata no Orochi (八岐の大蛇?, literally giant snake") or Orochi, translated as the Eight-Forked Serpent in English, is a legendary and Japanese dragon that was slain by the Shinto storm-god Susanoo.

Katsushika Hokusai - Japanese Printmaking - Estampe - Descending dragon - Edo period

Descending dragon Katsushika Hokusai,(Japanese, Edo period by Queen of them all

Minneapolis Institute of Arts - The Collection

Dragon, from a Tiger and Dragon pair, Kishi Renzan ^ Minneapolis Institute of Art

Dragon in the Clouds Unryu zu 雲龍図 Japanese, Edo period, first half of the 19th century Kano Tanshin Morimichi, Japanese, 1785–1835 Dimensions Image: 124.7 x 53.9 cm (49 1/8 x 21 1/4 in.) Medium or Technique Hanging scroll; ink and gold pigment on silk Classification Paintings Type Hanging scroll Catalogue Raisonné KJM2-Kano-059 Accession Number 11.6553 Not on view

Dragon in the Clouds Unryu zu 雲龍図 Japanese, Edo period, first half of the century Kano Tanshin Morimichi, Japanese, Medium or Technique Hanging scroll; ink and gold pigment on silk

(No197) 京都国立博物館「狩野山楽・山雪」 鑑賞記 その1

(No197) 京都国立博物館「狩野山楽・山雪」 鑑賞記 その1

Tibetan Painted Doors & Panels

Dramatically painted doors depicting symbols of Tibetan mythology such as Tigers Dragons and Lamas They date from the 1940 s and 1950 s and are