Traditional Japanese pattern fabric

Traditional Japanese pattern fabric Love the torn scraps feel. A variety of traditional patterns collaged together. Subtle variations in the blue tones, billowing sweeps like clouds, hillsides or the sea.

Japanese Pattern

red, a Japanese pattern from the book "Traditional Japanese Patterns (Nagajyuban)" in the Kimono Pattern Book series. Available from Gomineko Books

Suibokuga ink painting Sumie Japanese magnolia Floral by Suibokuga, €58.00

Tattoo: Idunn's golden apples, but with Apple blossoms & little golden apples. Suibokuga ink painting Sumie Japanese magnolia Floral by Suibokuga,

長沢蘆雪  Nagasawa Rosetsu  1754–1799  Bamboo and Moon  Edo Period (1615-1867 A.D.)  Hanging scroll(s), ink on silk  cdlib.org

"Every day, priests minutely examine the Law. And endlessly chant complicated sutras. Before doing that, though, they should learn how to read the love letters sent by the wind and rain, the snow and moon.

Japanese Painting

Japanese Painting Key to beauty; zigzags of mangroves(?) Also like contrast mt to lake but can't fully identify

Flowers and Birds  Okada Baison  (Japanese, )  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan Medium: Album leaf; ink and color on silk Dimensions: 14 3/4 x 11 1/2 in. (37.5 x 29.2 cm) Classification: Painting

Confederate Roses in Rain Artist:Okada Baison (Japanese, Period:Meiji period Date:ca.

Egret on a Bridge Post ca. 1801-1802 Katsushika Hokusai , (Japanese, 1760-1849) Edo period Ink and color on paper H: 85.7 W: 25.5 cm

weird-chill: “ Egret on a Bridge Post ca. Katsushika Hokusai , (Japanese, Edo period Ink and color on paper H: W: cm Japan ”

Kanzashi & Kushi Some 400 years ago, Japan took the simple comb and transformed it into an elegant beauty accessory that became a work of art. Japanese kushi (combs) and kanzashi (hairpins) became expressions of a woman’s character, social class, religion, and people could even tell what neighbourhood someone lived in by looking at their hair ornaments .

400 years ago, Japanese kushi (combs) & kanzashi (hairpins) became expressions of a woman’s character, social class, religion & people could even tell what neighborhood someone lived in by looking at their hair ornaments

Japanese wooden kokeshi doll of a lady in a blue kimono, made by Sui

Japanese wooden kokeshi doll - blue kimono, made by Sui by Otomodachi

Japanese Art Deco comb. Taisho Era (1912-1926). | The Creative Museum

Japanese Art Deco comb, Taisho Era , Floral design in yellow and black opposition typical Art Deco colors. Note the seamless integration two teeth decor.

Silver Japanese hair ornament with tortoise shell teeth, ca 1915. Marvelous comb design in silver with incised design of chrysanthemums.  Taisho period.

Silver Japanese hair ornament with tortoise shell teeth, ca Marvelous comb design in silver with incised design of chrysanthemums.

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