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曾我蕭白「獅子虎図屏風」Soga Shohaku

Soga Shôhaku - Lion and Tiger. The smile in japanese Art - from the Jomon Period to the Early Twentieth Century

White Fox: Edo Jidai 1779; Attributed to Maruyama Ôkyo 円山 応挙: 圓山 應舉, (1733–1795)

White Fox: Edo Jidai 1779; Attributed to Maruyama Ôkyo 円山 応挙: 圓山 應舉, (1733–1795)

important cultural property "Koboku enkoh zu" (right) |Hasegawa Tohaku (1539~1610)

important cultural property "Koboku enkoh zu" (right) |Hasegawa Tohaku (1539~1610)

Hiroshige: Mountain Village in Snow

crashinglybeautiful: “ Utagawa Hiroshige – Man Crossing a Bridge in the Snow ”

【11】虎渓三笑図屏風 (800x681).jpg

特別展「ボストン美術館 日本美術の至宝」: 美術館探訪 ARTNEWS アートニューズ

曽我蕭白 群仙図屏風 | 令始画帳

曽我蕭白 群仙図屏風 | 令始画帳

曽我蕭白「柳下鬼女図屏風」

曽我蕭白「柳下鬼女図屏風」

Japanese Screen: Moon and Wild Grasses on Gold | From a unique collection of antique and modern paintings and screens at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/paintings-screens/

Six-Panel Japanese Screen "Moon and Wild Grasses on Gold"

Soga Shôhaku - Immortals. The smile in japanese Art - from the Jomon Period to the Early Twentieth Century

曾我蕭白 Soga Shôhaku - detail of Phoenix from Japanese folding screen "Immortals.

In this vivid display of rich blue and green against a gold-leaf background, Kiitsu concentrated on the proliferation of the blossoms and leaves by omitting any indication of space or context. The exuberant outburst is carefully orchestrated into two movements: the blossoms on the right rise up from the ground, while those on the left cascade down as if supported by an unseen trellis

In this vivid display of rich blue and green against a gold-leaf background, Kiitsu concentrated on the proliferation of the blossoms and leaves by omitting any indication of space or context. The exuberant outburst is carefully orchestrated into two movements: the blossoms on the right rise up from the ground, while those on the left cascade down as if supported by an unseen trellis

Ogata Kōrin,  紅白梅図屏風(右隻・紅梅図) Red and White Plum (right hand screen:Red Plum)

trulyvincent: “Ogata Korin - Black and Red Plums (Museum of Art, Shizuoka Province, Japan). ” byōbu-e 屏風絵 - peinture sur paravent “Red and white plum blossoms” (shihonkinjichakushoku.

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