Janken of Cats (Neko no ken) / Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, ca.1797-1861)

These artworks were made by Utagawa Kuniyoshi one of the last great Japanese masters of the ukiyo-e style were really a novelty of its age. Kuniyoshi started to use cats instead of humans in satirical kabuki prints in the early

Suzuki Harunobu (Japanese, 1725–1770). Lovers Walking in the Snow (Crow and Heron), 1764–72. Edo period (1615–1868). Japan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Lovers Walking in the Snow (Crow and Heron) Suzuki Harunobu (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper, with embossing (karazuri)

Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木春信

Young Woman Admiring Plum Blossoms at Night art Suzuki Harunobu customizable accessories and home decoration on Zazzle

歌川国芳の浮世絵「流行猫の戯」の実物写真

Cats Performing the Michiyuki Scene in the play Neko Yanagi Sakari no Tsukikage from the series Fashionable Cat Frolics. by Utagawa Kuniyoshi.

History of Art:The Art of Asia - JAPANESE PRINTS 鈴木春信の美人画。浮世絵。

Parody of Lin Heqing (Rinnasei) 見立林和靖 Japanese Edo period (?) about (Meiwa Artist Suzuki Harunobu (Japanese,

浮世絵

Ukiyoe = JAPANESE = 浮世絵 A school of Japanese art depicting subjects from everyday life, dominant in the centuries. The prints have a lot of color graduation instead of plain even color areas that are so typical for classical Japanese ukiyo-e .

Harunobu Suzuki 鈴木春信/雨中夜詣

FB Japanese Art, Culture, Peace and the World. "Pilgrimage night in the rain" "Harunobu Suzuki"

Picking a Persimmon, Woodblock Print on Paper, Edo Period, c. 1766-1767, Suzuki Harunobu / 鈴木春信. Japanese (1724 - 1770). ☚

Picking a Persimmon, Woodblock Print on Paper, Edo Period, ca Suzuki Harunobu / 鈴木春信.

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Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, / Cats forming the caracters for Bonite (katsuo), from the series Cat Homophones (Neko no Ateji)

「深川の雪」 喜多川歌麿の幻の浮世絵が66年ぶりに一般公開

Long-lost painting by ukiyo-e artist Utamaro found: Ukiyo-e artist Kitagawa Utamaro's 'Fukagawa no Yuki' ('Snow in Fukagawa') will be exhibited at the Okada Museum of Art in Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture, from April

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