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Carp in a Pond, by Kasamatsu Shirō, 1957

Carp in a Pond Kasamatsu Shirō (Japan, Japan, 1957 Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 14 x 9 in. Paper: 16 x 10 in. x cm) Gift of Mr.

Katsushika TAITO II: - Richard Kruml

Carp, circa 1830 - 1844 by Katsushika Taito II (active circa 1810 -


Woodblock print by Toyokuni II (Gosotei) Image and text courtesy Freer Sackler. Japanese Art Copyright with museum.

Masaji Yoshida, Moss (Koke) No. 1, c.1950, wooblock print

Yoshida Masaji: Moss (Koke) No. Shôwa period, - Harvard Art Museum, Woodblock print, ink and color on paper

Singaporean artist KengLye illustrates 3d animals on bowls, buckets and boxes, Inspired  by Great Master Riusuke Fukahori's technique using acrylic paint on clear resin. This time-consuming technique requires resin mixed with a hardener, then painting on each hardened layer to create depth. The result is a 3d sculptural painting that can be viewed at any angle. Its amazing:) These paintings are "Alive without breath" he said.

20 HyperRealistic Three Dimensional Animal Paintings created in Layers of Resin by Kenglye

Alive Without Breath: Three Dimensional Animals Painted in Layers of Resin by Keng Lye sculpture resin paint fish animals I really thought it was real. it seems like a real fish was covered by resin. I'm so amazed.

Calming koi - It’s always good, sometimes essential, to have a place to escape to; somewhere that whisks away one’s worries and makes the world, for a little while at least, seem much more like a friend, than foe. A quiet little pond is just such a spot. This koi, obliviously going about his business, is incredibly calming.

An ancient tale tells the gods recognized a koi for its perseverance and determination and turned it into a golden dragon, the image of power and strength.