Japanese art is so beautiful.

천지현황 by THENEW ART AGENCY, via Behance: I like the cream and black with a stylish touch of color. It's very balanced.

The spirit of the heron maiden- woodblock print by Taniguchi Kokyo (1864-1915), dated 1925

yajifun: “ ikotsu: “ 鷺娘の精 (The spirit of the heron maiden) woodblock print by Taniguchi Kokyo dated Oban tate-e x cm). “Sagi Musume no Sei,” the “Spirit of the Heron.

鏑木清方 Kiyokata Kaburagi (1878-1972). S)

♪ The Musical Arts ♪ music musician paintings - 鏑木清方 Kiyokata Kaburagi

ARTMEMO Estampes japonaises - Exposition

Artist Ito Shinsui Title After Washing Her Hair Medium Limited Edition Japanese Woodblock Print Series Title The Second Series of Modern Beauties Edition Date 1936 Publisher S.

Japan, hanging scroll, Portrait of Oichi no Kata, wife of Nagamasa Asai

) was a female historical figure in the late Sengoku She is known primarily as the mother of three daughters who married well – and Oeyo. 日本語: 浅井長政夫人(お市の方)の肖像画 Date - Source 高野山持明院蔵「浅井長政夫人像」

Hanging scroll, Parody of The Three Vinegar Tasters, about 1821, by Chobunsai Eishi (Japanese, 1756-1829) ; ink, color, and gold on silk

Parody of 'The Three Vinegar Tasters' Mitate sanzan zu 見立三酸図 Japanese Edo period about 1821 (Bunsei Chôbunsai Eishi (Japanese, Inscribed by Ôta Nanpo (Japanese,

Anonymous, Woman Playing a Shamisen Japan, Edo period (1615–1868), 1661–1672 Hanging scroll ; ink, color and gold on paper

Anonymous, Woman Playing a Shamisen Japan, Edo period Hanging scroll ; ink, color and gold on paper

Hanging scroll, Three Women Playing Musical Instruments about Bunsei, (1818-1830) to Tenpo (1830-1844) era, by Katsushika Oi (Japanese, active about 1818-after 1854) ; ink and color on silk

Three Women Playing Musical Instruments about Bunsei to Tenpo era by Katsushika Oi (Japanese, active about Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk Wililam Sturgis Bigelow Collection.

Anonymous, Dancing Courtesan, Japan, Edo period (1615–1868), late 17th century, Hanging scroll, ink, color, and gold on paper

Anonymous, Dancing Courtesan, Japan, Edo period (1615–1868), late 17th century, Hanging scroll, ink, color, and gold on paper

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