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三井記念美術館で「円山応挙―空間の創造」展を観た! の画像|とんとん・にっき

Right screen from "Dragon in Clouds" pair of folding screens (Unryu zu byôbu, 雲龍図屏風) / 円山応挙 Maruyama Ōkyo (Japanese artist, 1733 –

With protruding horns and barbells and large round eyes staring to its left, the dragon in the monochrome shades of ink looked humorous in spite of its majestic figure. The dragon is called ”Un-ryu(雲龍), a flying dragon in clouds”. It looked stylish as well. It was originally painted in the 16th century by Kaihō Yūshō(海北友松 1533-1615 ) on the four fusumas (sliding partitions), in the Kenninji-temple(建仁寺) in Kyoto. You can see the whole painting here.  A-hum dragons Kenninji-temple in Kyoto

Un-ryu(雲龍, a flying dragon in clouds). It was originally painted in the century by Kaihō Yūshō(海北友松 ) on the four fusuma in the Kenninji-temple in Kyoto.

江戸絵画のラスボス・円山応挙! その全貌を根津美術館で知る(~12月18日) | INTOJAPAN / WARAKU MAGAZINE

江戸絵画のラスボス・円山応挙! その全貌を根津美術館で知る(~12月18日) | INTOJAPAN / WARAKU MAGAZINE

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三井記念美術館で「円山応挙―空間の創造」展を観た! の画像|とんとん・にっき

Right screen from "Dragon in Clouds" pair of folding screens (Unryu zu byôbu, 雲龍図屏風) / 円山応挙 Maruyama Ōkyo (Japanese artist, 1733 –

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