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<五拾三次之内猫之怪: GOJIUSAN TSUGI NO UCHI NEKO NO KAI>  PARODY OF FIFTY-THREE SATATIONS OF TOKAIDO ROAD CAT MONSTAER  YOSHIFUJI UTAGAWA  1828-1887  Last of Edo Period

幕末浮世絵展  三鷹市美術ギャラリー - つまずく石も縁の端くれ

Bakeneko (Monster-Cat) Bakeneko (化け猫, "monster-cat"), in Japanese folklore, refers to cat yōkai (spiritual beings) with supernatural .

Children and Cats at Play, Newly Published (Shinpan kodomo neko asobi) Japanese Artist Unknown, Japanese

Amazon.co.jp: 歌川国芳猫づくし: 風野 真知雄: 本

Amazon.co.jp: 歌川国芳猫づくし: 風野 真知雄: 本

Utagawa Yoshifuji [neko no yosee 1847?] / [nekonoko no koneko wo jyuku atsumetsutsu ooneko ni syru eshi no wazakure]is the skill of the illustrator to write one adult cat with 19 kittens.

Bakeneko (Monster-Cat) Bakeneko (化け猫, "monster-cat"), in Japanese folklore, refers to cat yōkai (spiritual beings) with supernatural .

国芳 Kuniyoshi Kunimi JAPANESE CATS

Janken of Cats (Neko no ken) / Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker,

Even In 19th Century Japan, People Loved To See Cats Doing Human Things

Even In 19th Century Japan, People Loved To See Cats Doing Human Things

These artworks were made by Utagawa Kuniyoshi one of the last great Japanese masters of the ukiyo-e style were really a novelty of its age. Kuniyoshi started to use cats instead of humans in satirical kabuki prints in the early

Quiet Cats (Kansan naru neko), from Ehagaki sekai, by an Unknown Japanese artist,1908, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Cats in Art and Illustration: Quiet Cats (Kansan naru neko), from Ehagaki sekai, by an Unknown Japanese Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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