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Detail. Daijoji Temple. Maruyama Okyo fusuma. "Kakushigi No Ma"

Detail "Kakushigi No Ma", fusuma at Daijoji Temple.

Maruyama Okyo, Cranes, [Similar to LACMA's Cranes]. 1774 / one of a pair of six-panel screens; ink, color and gold leaf on paper.

Japanese and Korean Art at Christie's Asia Week - ArtNews

Digital reproduction of Paintings at Daijo Temple, "Kujaku No Ma", Painted by Okyo Maruyama, Pine and Peacock a/k/aPine Trees and Peacocks. Production: Hiromu Yoshimoto. Printing: Dai Nippon Printing Co. , Ltd. DV-JET Printing over gold leaf

Hiromu Yoshimoto Digital Reproduction of Maruyama Okyo Paintings at Kameisan Daijyo Temple Kyakuden

上間一之間:円山応挙作品

串本応挙芦雪館:上間一之間 -The main hall of Muryo temple room

Daijoji Temple. Maruyama Okyo fusuma. "Kakushigi No Ma". Important Cultural Property of Japan.

"Kakushigi No Ma". Important Cultural Property of Japan.

Detail. Young woman. Maruyama Ōkyo, 1772. Detail of hanging scroll.

Detail. Young woman. Maruyama Ōkyo, 1772. Detail of hanging scroll.

Detail. Cranes and Pines byobu. Maruyama Okyo. Japanese. Eighteenth c. 円山応挙の絵 - Fsの独り言・つぶやき

Detail. Cranes and Pines byobu. Maruyama Okyo. Japanese. Eighteenth c. 円山応挙の絵 - Fsの独り言・つぶやき

Banana Leaf screen, of Banana Leaf And Goose : Fusuma Paintings Mounted As A Pair Of two-panel Folding Screens. Traditionally attributed to Maruyama Ôkyo, Japanese (1733 - 1795).

Banana Leaf screen, of Banana Leaf And Goose : Fusuma Paintings Mounted As A Pair Of two-panel Folding Screens. Traditionally attributed to Maruyama Ôkyo, Japanese -

Detail. Peacock and Peahen. Pair of Japanese folding screens. Maruyama Okyo. Eighteenth century.

Detail. Peacock and Peahen. Pair of Japanese folding screens. Maruyama Okyo. Eighteenth century.

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