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葛飾北斎 作品名:Ferry Boat and Capital Birds on the Sumida River/The Capital Shell (Miyakogai), from the series Shell-Matching Game with Genroku Poets (Genroku kasen kai-awase), Edo period, datable to 1821

葛飾北斎 作品名:Ferry Boat and Capital Birds on the Sumida River/The Capital Shell (Miyakogai), from the series Shell-Matching Game with Genroku Poets (Genroku kasen kai-awase), Edo period, datable to 1821

Ito Jakuchu - Phoenix

was a Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period when Japan had closed its doors to the outside world. Many of his paintings concern traditionally Japanese subjects, particularly chickens and other birds.

Utagawa Hiroshige, One Hundred Views of Edo: Meguro Drum Bridge and Sunset Hill, 1857, Woodblock print

tagawa Hiroshige, One Hundred Views of Edo: Meguro Drum Bridge and Sunset Hill, Woodblock print.

Fuji In Deep Snow (Shinsetsu No Fuji): Half Of Detatched Page From One Hundred Views Of Mount Fuji (Fugaku Hyakkei) Vol. 3

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Fuji in Deep Snow (Shinsetsu no Fuji): Half of detatched page from One Hundred Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku hyakkei) Vol.

Figure Sketching, Katsushika Hokusai, Japanese Art, Japanese Prints, Martial Arts, Kendo, Noodle, Samurai, Glaze

Utagawa Hiroshige - Minowa, Kanasugi, Mikawashima (View of Three Small Villages with Cranes), 1857

A red crowned crane calls to welcome it& partner arriving at last from migration. by Hiroshige. There is a fable attached to this wood block print.

Detail. Sakai Hōitsu (1761-1828), 流水四季草花図屏風. Plants and flowers of the four seasons and flowing water. Pair of two-panel folding screens. Japan. Edo period. Rinpa School. Tokyo National Museum.

Plants and flowers of the four seasons and flowing water. Pair of two-panel folding screens.

Japanese woodcut: cherry blossom and moon. A haiku for the eyes.

(Red Plum and Moonlight, woodblock print by Utagawa Hiroshige, Japanese artist)Awed by her splendor Awed by her splendor stars near the lovely moon cover their ownbright faceswhen sheis roundest and lights earth with her silver - Sappho

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