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Cranes scroll. c. 1844–1858, by Suzuki Kiitsu (1796–1858). Japan. One of a set of three hanging scrolls (the Seven Lucky Gods Jurojin, deer, and cranes). Larry Ellison Collection

by Suzuki Kiitsu Japan. One of a set of three hanging scrolls (the Seven Lucky Gods Jurojin, deer, and cranes).

Plum Blossoms, c. 1709–13. Ogata Korin (1658–1716). Fan painting mounted as a hanging scroll; ink and color on gold paper. Honolulu Museum of Art.

Plum Blossoms, c. Ogata Korin Fan painting mounted as a hanging scroll; ink and color on gold paper. Honolulu Museum of Art.

глициния китайская живопись: 15 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

глициния китайская живопись: 15 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

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

Suzuki Kiitsu. Goddess. One of a trio of Japanese hanging scrolls. Nineteenth century.

Suzuki Kiitsu. Goddess. One of a trio of Japanese hanging scrolls. Nineteenth century.

SUZUKI Kiitsu(鈴木其一 Japanese, 1796-1858). Two-panel Japanese folding screen. Rinpa School. Nineteenth century.

SUZUKI Kiitsu(鈴木其一 Japanese, Two-panel Japanese folding screen.

Detail. 鈴木其一 Flowers and grasses of four seasons. One of a pair of Japanese hanging-scrolls. Flowers of spring and summer in right scroll: aster; orchid, violet, thistle and lily. Suzuki Kiitsu. Rinpa School. Edo Period. Japan.

鈴木其一 Flowers and grasses of four seasons. One of a pair of Japanese hanging-scrolls. Flowers of spring and summer in right scroll: aster; orchid, violet, thistle and lily.

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.

Suzuki Kiitsu. "Morning Glories." Hanging scroll in Honolulu Museum of Art. One of a pair with "Gourds."

" Hanging scroll in Honolulu Museum of Art. One of a pair with "Gourds.

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