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One Hundred Animals. Suzuki Kiitsu. 1843. Japanese hanging scroll. San Antonio Museum of Art.

San Antonio Museum of Art.

Flowers. Japanese painting on panel. Tawaraya Sotatsu (俵屋宗達). Rinpa School. edo Period. British Museum.

Japanese painting on panel.

Suzuki Shuitsu. Japanese hanging scroll. Nineteenth century.

Suzuki Shuitsu. Japanese hanging scroll. Nineteenth century.

Suzuki Kiitsu. Cranes and pine. Circa 1844-1858. Kakejiku, ink and colour on silk depicting a pair of cranes standing among young pine and fukujuso (pheasant's eye, Adonis amurensis) beneath an old pine tree, the trunk and leaves of the flowers rendered in the tarashikomi technique. Japanese hanging scroll. Rinpa School.

Suzuki Kiitsu. Cranes and pine. Circa 1844-1858. Kakejiku, ink and colour on silk depicting a pair of cranes standing among young pine and fukujuso (pheasant's eye, Adonis amurensis) beneath an old pine tree, the trunk and leaves of the flowers rendered in the tarashikomi technique. Japanese hanging scroll. Rinpa School.

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One of a pair of Japanese hanging scrolls: long-tailed birds, prunus blossom and peonies (right), a pair of white birds, cotton roses, gentians and chrysanthemums (left). Maruyama Okyo (円山応挙). 1764-1772. British Museum.

One of a pair of Japanese hanging scrolls: long-tailed birds, prunus blossom and peonies (right), a pair of white birds, cotton roses, gentians and chrysanthemums (left).

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The Maple Viewers (detail) by Kano Hideyori [active Japanese Art

Kashima dachi shin-ei zu, Japan,  14th century

Kashima Deities Departing to Kasuga

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江戸名所図屏風

One of three Japanese hanging scrolls. Hen, chicks and plum blossom (right). Ink and colors and gold on silk. Maruyama Okyo (円山応挙). 1786. British Museum.

One of three Japanese hanging scrolls. Hen, chicks and plum blossom (right).

Detail. Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons.  Momoyama period (1573–1615). second half of the 16th century. Pair of six-panel Japanese folding screens; ink, color, gold, and gold leaf on paper. Met Museum.

Momoyama period second half of the century. Pair of six-panel Japanese folding screens; ink, color, gold, and gold leaf on paper.

Detail. A two-fold Japanese screen. Edo period, 17th century. Ink and colour on a gold ground with keshi (poppies).

Detail. A two-fold Japanese screen. Edo period, 17th century. Ink and colour on a gold ground with keshi (poppies).

Detail. Maple Viewing Screen. National treasure By Kanō Hideyori 1 six-fold screen Color on paper  Muromachi -Azuchi-Momoyama period/16th century. Tokyo National Museum

National treasure By Kanō Hideyori 1 six-fold screen Color on paper Muromachi -Azuchi-Momoyama century.

One of a pair of Japanese hanging scrolls: long-tailed birds, prunus blossom and peonies (right), a pair of white birds, cotton roses, gentians and chrysanthemums (left). Maruyama Okyo (円山応挙). 1764-1772. British Museum.

One of a pair of Japanese hanging scrolls: long-tailed birds, prunus blossom and peonies (right), a pair of white birds, cotton roses, gentians and chrysanthemums (left). Maruyama Okyo (円山応挙). 1764-1772. British Museum.

江戸名所図屏風

江戸名所図屏風

鈴木其一 Suzuki KIITSU 1796–1858 Chrysanthemums and Stream Edo Period (1615-1867 A.D.) Hanging scroll(s), ink and color on silk 93.5 x 32.5 cm Rinpa School 琳派 1984.3

鈴木其一 Suzuki KIITSU Chrysanthemums and Stream Edo Period A.) Hanging scroll(s), ink and color on silk x cm Rinpa School 琳派

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