Jakuchu group chicken figure (military genealogy), #Japan

Itō Jakuchū, an eccentric Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period when Japan had closed its doors to the outside world. Many of his paintings concern traditionally Japanese subjects, particularly chickens and other birds.

Ring-necked Pheasant. Winter,1990. Cope, Colorado. My father and brother used to go to the little town of Cope Colorado for the pheasant hunt every year. I was a terrible shot and could never bag a bird.

My father and brother used to go to the little town of Cope Colorado for the pheasant hunt every year. I was a terrible shot and could never bag a bird.

動植綵絵 第一期(1757-1760), 09. 老松孔雀図[ろうしょう くじゃく ず], "Pictures of the Colorful Realm of Living Beings", Jakuchu Ito

artandopinion: “ Old Pine Tree and Peacock circa 1759 - 1761 Ito Jakuchu ”

Ito Jukuchu

(Japan) 雪中鴛鴦 Pictures of the colorful Realm of Living Beings 1759 by Ito Jakuchu Japanese Imperial Family Treasures.

pheasants

Pheasants = wonderful eating and the feathers make terrific decorations for hats and fascinators or fishing flies.

伊藤若冲

Ito Jakuchu 動植綵絵 Doshoku Sai-e Title: 棕櫚雄鶏図 Shuro Yukei-zu(Palm Trees and Roosters) c

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