taishou-kun: “Kayama Matazo 加山 又造 (1927-2004) A thousand cranes 千羽鶴 - pair of six-fold screens - The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan - 1970 ”

taishou-kun: “Kayama Matazo 加山 又造 A thousand cranes 千羽鶴 - pair of six-fold screens - The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan - 1970 ”

Painting of Waves by Takata Kiseki | From a unique collection of antique and modern paintings and screens at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/paintings-screens/

Painting of Waves by Takata Kiseki

Looking for a nice blend of the swirly, drawn base tattoo and some more realistic waves/breakers

you see what you want to..

Ok, so Japanese art isn't necessarily my favourite just because it isn't my style, but this picture says to me that even when you feel broken and bruised, you're still to see yourself as God sees you: His beautiful daughter made in His image.

Top 16 des oeuvres en papier découpé de Eiko Ojala, l’or au bout des ciseaux

Top 16 des oeuvres en papier découpé de Eiko Ojala, l’or au bout des ciseaux

"Vertical Landscape" by Eiko Ojala. It looks like a paper landscape but the artist actually works digitally and hand-draws all the elements to look like they're cut out of people. (Hint: the shadows help!

Utagawa Hiroshige, One Hundred Views of Edo: Meguro Drum Bridge and Sunset Hill, 1857, Woodblock print

tagawa Hiroshige, One Hundred Views of Edo: Meguro Drum Bridge and Sunset Hill, Woodblock print.

What a long strange trip it's been on Behance

Salome Gautier-- Reminds me when Rob used to climb out of his bedroom window and sit on the roof!

Ikenaga Yasunari   The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined inspiration

Ikenaga Yasunari - The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined

SONIEI, Japanese Kokeshi Doll Painting, Girl, Kimono, Modern Canvas Japanese Art | eBay | My Website: www.soniei.com

SONIEI, Japanese Kokeshi Doll Painting, Girl, Kimono, Modern Canvas Japanese Art | eBay | My Website: www.soniei.com

Japanese artist Yasuaki Onishi’s series ‘Reverse of Volume’ establishes this intricate premise which is about to premiere at the Rice Gallery in Houston, Texas. “I am interested in the visible and the invisible thing. Through my art work, I get information from the space and leave clues on the space. Form, color and movement is changed to the simple element, like points, lines and lights.” -Yasuaki Onishi

miss-mary-quite-contrary: “ Onishi Yasuaki Reverse of volume ACG 2010 Glue, plastic sheet. 410 x 550 x ”

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