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One set of fusuma or painted sliding doors from Peony Room (artist: Kano Sanraku) (Daikaku-zi Temple, Kyoto). It was completed in 1673 was designated as an important cultural property of Japan.

Tree Peonies in Japanese Art

Peonies Botan zu fusuma by Kano Sanraku, century, screen with gold-leaf background.

長谷川等伯 - 《山水図襖》 1589年          京都 · 圓徳院藏

長谷川等伯 - 《山水図襖》 1589年 京都 · 圓徳院藏

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Peony Room (artist: Kano Sanraku) (Daikaku-zi Temple, Kyoto) was completed in 1673 was designated as an important cultural property.

Peony Room (artist: Kano Sanraku) (Daikaku-zi Temple, Kyoto) was completed in 1673 was designated as an important cultural property.

“RINPA”琳派ってなんだ!? 誕生400年記念展で秋の京都は琳派に彩られる

“RINPA”琳派ってなんだ!? 誕生400年記念展で秋の京都は琳派に彩られる

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Why I love the word "kami"

大覚寺 襖絵「柳松図(やなぎまつず)」狩野山楽

大覚寺 襖絵「柳松図(やなぎまつず)」狩野山楽

This pair of screens, invoking the Chinese landscape around the Xiao and Xiang Rivers and the traditional couplets associated with its representation, was painted by the second son of Unkoku Tōgan (1547–1618), heir to the artistic legacy and patrons of Sesshû Tōyō (1420–?1506) in western Japan

Scenes from the Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers Unkoku Tôeki Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Pair of six-panel screens;

Hasegawa Tohaku  / Autumn Flower under Pine Trees (Matsu ni Akikusa zu, 松に秋草図)

Hasegawa Tohaku / Autumn Flower under Pine Trees (Matsu ni Akikusa zu, 松に秋草図)

drawpaintprint: Kano Eitoku: 唐 狮子 図  Chinese Lion (detail)

Kano Eitoku: 唐 狮子 図 Chinese Lions century) Detail. Six-fold screen, color, ink and gold-leaf on paper.

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