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"Red & White Plum Blossoms", Ogata Kōrin (1658–1716), of the Rinpa School.

"Red & White Plum Blossoms", Ogata Kōrin of the Rinpa School. - One pair (right with the white blossoms) of a two pair byobu (screen panel), gold, ink and color on paper.

decoracion nipona

View this item and discover similar paintings and screens for sale at - Large scale two panel century Japanese screen with gold leaf background, and design of a flowering cherry tree, with a bird on a branch, bamboo,

Detail. RED AND WHITE PLUM BLOSSOMS (National Treasure). Japanese folding screen. Ogata Korin. 18th c. - Edo period, 18th c. MOA Museum of Art

Detail. RED AND WHITE PLUM BLOSSOMS (National Treasure). Japanese folding screen. Ogata Korin. 18th c. - Edo period, 18th c. MOA Museum of Art

Detail. RED AND WHITE PLUM BLOSSOMS (National Treasure). Japanese folding screen. Ogata Korin. 18th c. - Edo period, 18th c. MOA Museum of Art

Detail. RED AND WHITE PLUM BLOSSOMS (National Treasure). Japanese folding screen. Ogata Korin. 18th c. - Edo period, 18th c. MOA Museum of Art

'A Crane' (late 19th century). Silk painting by Ozawa Nankoku (1844 -?).

heaveninawildflower: “ ‘A Crane’ (late century). Silk painting by Ozawa Nankoku -? Gift of Charles Lang Freer. Image and text courtesy Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M.

Chinese Orchid

JP: China, scroll painting of Grass on Boulders, ink on paper, mounted on silk scrolls, calligraphy signatures and red seals.

Korin Ogata, Edo Period

"Red and White Plum Trees," Ogata Korin Edo period, century. Pair of Japanese folding screens.

Soga Shohaku (1730–1781) distinguished himself from his contemporaries by using  the brush style of the earlier Muromachi period. Japan

Soga Shohaku distinguished himself from his contemporaries by using the brush style of the earlier Muromachi period.

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