Takahashi Shotei

ℇℓℯʍℯŋʈαℓ - A ι я Hiroaki Takahashi (also known as Shotei) was a Japanese woodblock artist in the shin-hanga art movement. Hiroaki Takahashi was born in Tokyo, Japan in

a pair of two-fold screens "Fujin and Raijin" by Tawaraya Sōtatsu, property of Kennin-ji temple, Kyoto: National Treasure of Japan

a pair of two-fold screens "Fujin and Raijin" by Tawaraya Sōtatsu, property of Kennin-ji temple, Kyoto: National Treasure of Japan もっと見る

KATSUSHIKA Hokusai (1760-1849), Japan |

Page: The Dragon of Smoke Escaping from Mount Fuji Artist: Katsushika Hokusai Completion date unknown Style: Ukiyo-e Genre: mythological painting A dragon emerges from the thick black smoke circling Mount Fuji.

“Calm Wind” by Hiroshi Yoshida | 24 Japanese Woodblock Prints That Will Take Your Breath Away

Modern Japanese block prints - Shin Hanga - move me like no other form of art. They have sensitive, wonderful use of color, profoundly beautiful (yet simple) compositions, gorgeous light, an unmatched sympathy for nature and atmosphere.

Shotei, Takahashi 1871 - 1945, "Sawatari in Joshu District"  Castle Fine Arts

"Sawatari in Joshu District" Takahashi Shotei Original Japanese Woodblock Print Edition: First Date: 1936 Publisher S. Watanabe Size 15 x 6 " Condition: Very fine. Never framed or displayed.

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Morning Glories, Edo period century Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper 70 x 149 in.

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