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中国画,中国の芸術,アジア美術館,シャクヤク,アールヌーボー,シノワズリ,オリエンタル,藍,植物学

Suzuki Kiitsu | Irises and Moth (cropped). Edo period (1615–1868) | nineteenth century. Japanese hanging scroll. The Met

Suzuki Kiitsu | Irises and Moth (cropped). Edo period (1615–1868) | nineteenth century. Japanese hanging scroll. The Met

Chinese Rug, China, Late 19th Century - Luminescent flowers, gilt vine scrolls and graceful botanical motifs are artfully combined in a harmonious medallion. Elegant butterflies, a traditional symbol of joy, love and longevity, appear throughout the naturalistic medallion along with sylvan branches and graceful scrolling tendrils.

Chinese Rug, China, Late 19th Century - Luminescent flowers, gilt vine scrolls and graceful botanical motifs are artfully combined in a harmonious medallion. Elegant butterflies, a traditional symbol of joy, love and longevity, appear throughout the naturalistic medallion along with sylvan branches and graceful scrolling tendrils.

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日本画,中国画,中国の芸術,日本美術,葉のパターン,昆虫,ロープ,オリエンタル,芸術作品

”Irises and Stream” Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858). Hanging scroll. The Met.

”Irises and Stream” Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858). Hanging scroll. The Met.


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`Poppies` Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858) was a pupil of Sakai Hōitsu (1761-1828), the last of the three great masters of the Rimpa school, who revived the style in Edo (Tokyo). Earlier Rimpa painters had depicted plants in a boldly stylized manner, but by the nineteenth century, a greater degree of naturalism had crept into the actual drawing of the flowers. However, the design of the paintings is still quite flat and formalized and the end result is highly decorative.

`Poppies` Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858) was a pupil of Sakai Hōitsu (1761-1828), the last of the three great masters of the Rimpa school, who revived the style in Edo (Tokyo). Earlier Rimpa painters had depicted plants in a boldly stylized manner, but by the nineteenth century, a greater degree of naturalism had crept into the actual drawing of the flowers. However, the design of the paintings is still quite flat and formalized and the end result is highly decorative.

「鈴木其一 ―江戸琳派の風雲児―」朴に尾長鳥図

「鈴木其一 ―江戸琳派の風雲児―」朴に尾長鳥図

KAWABATA Gyokusho(川端 玉章 Japanese, 1842-1913) 荷花水禽図(Lotus and Waterfowls) 1899

KAWABATA Gyokusho(川端 玉章 Japanese, 1842-1913) 荷花水禽図(Lotus and Waterfowls) 1899

Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858)  Morning Glories  Edo period

Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858) Morning Glories Edo period

Detail. Suzuki Kiitsu. Chrysanthemums. Edo period 19th century. Japanese six-panel folding screen. MFA

Detail. Suzuki Kiitsu. Chrysanthemums. Edo period 19th century. Japanese six-panel folding screen. MFA

Suzuki Kiitsu. "Gourds." Hanging scroll in Honolulu Museum of Art. One of a pair with "Morning Glories."

Suzuki Kiitsu. "Gourds." Hanging scroll in Honolulu Museum of Art. One of a pair with "Morning Glories."

suzuki kiitsu 鈴木其一 ca.1845-1858 Morning Glories 朝顔図屏風

suzuki kiitsu 鈴木其一 ca.1845-1858 Morning Glories 朝顔図屏風

NAKAMURA HOCHU (D. 1819) AND SUZUKI KIITSU (1796-1858) THREE PAINTINGS including two fan paintings, ink and color on paper, one depicting a crane, the other chrysanthemums, both signed Hochu with one seal; and a painting of loquats, color on silk, signed Seisei Kiitsu, with one seal; all three mounted as hanging scrolls on brocade, each with storage box (9)

NAKAMURA HOCHU (D. 1819) AND SUZUKI KIITSU (1796-1858) THREE PAINTINGS including two fan paintings, ink and color on paper, one depicting a crane, the other chrysanthemums, both signed Hochu with one seal; and a painting of loquats, color on silk, signed Seisei Kiitsu, with one seal; all three mounted as hanging scrolls on brocade, each with storage box (9)

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