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 Tawaraya Sotatsu, active half of the Century. From the legend of Prince Genji (Genji monogatari). Pair of folding screens. Pigment and gold leaf on paper, Kyoto, Daigo-ji Temple, Nara National Museum. Japanese Sliding Doors, Japanese Literature, Japanese Screen, Japanese School, Japanese Painting, Japan Art, Japanese Artists, Art Object, National Museum

俵屋宗達の舞楽図屏風 | Kahan plus

京都は醍醐寺 霊宝館で行なわれた秋期特別展「醍醐の名宝」を観てきました。

俵屋宗達「伊勢物語図色紙《大淀》」Ōyodo, Tales of Ise, episode 75 Tawaraya Sōtatsu (act. ca. 1600–40) Japan, early to mid-17th century Poetry sheet mounted as hanging scroll Ink, colors, and gold on paper Hosomi Museum, Kyoto Korean Art, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, 2d Art, Japan Art, Woodblock Print, Vintage Japanese, Vintage World Maps, Illustration Art

俵屋宗達「伊勢物語図色紙《大淀》」 - 足立区綾瀬美術館 annex

東京近郊の美術館・展覧会を紹介してます。 絵画作品にときどき文学や音楽、映画などもからめて。

 Whose Sleeves? Momoyama period Date: (right screen) late century; (left screen) early to century. Japanese six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilt paper. The Met. Japanese Screen, Japanese Art, Elephant Tapestry, Edo Period, Pattern Drawing, Metropolitan Museum, Traditional Art, Asian Art, Graphic Illustration

Whose Sleeves? (Tagasode) | Japan | Momoyama (1573–1615)–Edo period 1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Period: Momoyama (1573–1615)–Edo period 1615–1868). Date: (right screen) late 16th–early 17th century; (left screen) early to mid-17th century. Cult...

A fine gold lacquer writing box (suzuribako) Taisho period (early century), Japan Decorated with a classical scene of Uji bridge with weeping willows, rock baskets and a water wheel in stylized waves and clouds designed in several shades of gold Taisho Period, Edo Period, Japanese Water, Art Japonais, Shades Of Gold, Japanese Prints, Japan Art, Traditional Art, Art Decor

A fine gold lacquer writing box (suzuribako), Taisho period (early 20th century).

Period: Momoyama period Date: (right screen) late century; (left screen) early to century. Japanese Painting, Japanese Art, Muromachi Period, Japanese Screen, 17th Century Art, Edo Period, Luxor Egypt, Future City, British Museum

Whose Sleeves? (Tagasode) | Japan | Momoyama (1573–1615)–Edo period 1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Period: Momoyama (1573–1615)–Edo period 1615–1868). Date: (right screen) late 16th–early 17th century; (left screen) early to mid-17th century. Cult...

Whose Sleeves? Japanese Painting, Japanese Art, Folding Screens, Japanese Screen, Metropolitan Museum, Kimono, Asian, Antiques, Artist

Whose Sleeves? (Tagasode) | Japan | Momoyama (1573–1615)–Edo period 1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The suggestive title of this type of screen—“Whose Sleeves?,” or Tagasode—points to its provocative nature. The viewer is invited to speculate over who owns these gorgeous robes. Such screens omit human figures and represent only the robes, personal accessories, and furniture of the owners

 Fans, attributed to Tawaraya Sotatsu, Edo period, century, eight-panel screen. color on paper - Tokyo National Museum Japanese Painting, Chinese Painting, Japanese Screen, Edo Period, Japan Art, Japanese Artists, National Museum, Japanese Culture, Woodblock Print

Detail. Fans, attributed to Tawaraya Sotatsu, Edo period, 17th century, eight-panel screen. color on paper - Tokyo National Museum

 Uji Bridge and Willows Momoyama period Ink, color, and gold on paper. Pair of Japanese folding screens. Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Folding Screens, Japanese Screen, Japanese Painting, Painted Doors, Ink Color, Asian Art, Vintage World Maps

Detail. Freer's Uji Bridge and Willows. 1573-1615 Momoyama period. Ink, color, and gold on paper. Pair of Japanese folding screens.

Detail. Flowers and Grasses of the Four Seasons. Circle of Kano Mitsunobu. Momoyama period, late 16th century. Pair of six-panel screens; ink and color on gilded paper. In a twist on the common theme of Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons, this pair of screens focuses instead on insects and flowers to depict nearly a year’s cycle of change from late spring to early winter. Japanese Screen, Japanese School, Japanese Painting, Japan Art, Painted Doors, Grasses, 16th Century, Four Seasons, Chinoiserie

Detail. Flowers and Grasses of the Four Seasons. Circle of Kano Mitsunobu. Momoyama period, late 16th century. Pair of six-panel screens; ink and color on gilded paper. In a twist on the common theme of Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons, this pair of screens focuses instead on insects and flowers to depict nearly a year’s cycle of change from late spring to early winter.

Japanese Six Panel Screen: Red Sun Over Autumn Grasses - Naga Antiques Japanese Painting, Japanese Art, Mountain Waterfall, Japanese Screen, Red Sun, Japanese Aesthetic, Flower Art, Art Flowers, Art Furniture

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Whose Sleeves? Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Japanese Screen, Edo Period, Japanese Painting, Metropolitan Museum, Antiques, Nature, Artists

Whose Sleeves? (Tagasode) | Japan | Momoyama (1573–1615)–Edo period 1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The suggestive title of this type of screen—“Whose Sleeves?,” or Tagasode—points to its provocative nature. The viewer is invited to speculate over who owns these gorgeous robes. Such screens omit human figures and represent only the robes, personal accessories, and furniture of the owners

 Philadelphia Museum of Art. Japanese Painting, Japanese Art, Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Painted Doors, Chinoiserie, Boxes, Gardens, Science, Paintings

Detail. Goshawk Mews. Kano School. Japanese folding screen. Philadelphia Museum of Art.