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 Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi" Koichi Okada Japanese woodblock print centur. Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi" Koichi Okada Japanese woodblock print century Japanese Artwork, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japanese Waves, Japanese Drawings, Chinese Painting, Sakura Painting, Monte Fuji, Art Asiatique

Estampes de Printemps

Minuit sonne, nous y sommes ! Voilà le premier jour du printemps qui commence. La pleine lune brille dans le ciel. Petit coup d'oeil au cal...

New Free of Charge japanese Printmaking Suggestions Printmaking will be is essential creating artworks by printing, usually on paper. Printmaking typically includes just t Japanese Artwork, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Chinese Painting, Chinese Art, Japanese Bird, Japanese Design, Japanese Crane, Art Occidental

Copies de Peintures - Reproduction de Tableaux | Montableau

Une grande collection de reproductions de tableaux de maître. Copies de peintures célèbres avec des prix accessible. Vente copie tableau.

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 Ukiyo-e woodblock print, about Japan, by artist Torii Kiyomitsu II Japanese Art Prints, Japanese Art Modern, Japanese Drawings, Traditional Japanese Art, Japanese Artwork, Japanese Beauty, Geisha Kunst, Geisha Art, Japan Illustration

Old Paint

thekimonogallery: “Miyoharu of the Sanomasuya. Ukiyo-e woodblock print, about 1840’s, Japan, by artist Torii Kiyomitsu II ”

Woodblock print (reprint) - Utagawa Kunisada - Evening Snow at Mokuboji - ca. Art Geisha, Geisha Kunst, Sakura Painting, Japan Painting, Japan Illustration, Chinese Painting, Chinese Art, Yuki Onna, Art Occidental

paris-vente-veritables-estampes-objets-art-japon.overblog.com

site d'information sur mes véritables estampes japonaises et autres objets d'Art en vente sur Rakuten (ex Priceminister) et EBAY

Narcissus (Suisen) (R), Winter Camellia (Fuyu tsubaki) (C), and Plum Blossoms in Cold (Kanbai) (L), from the series A Collection of Flowers for the Modern Genji (Imayô Genji hana soroi) Japanese Artwork, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japanese Illustration, Illustration Art, Hokusai, Art Asiatique, Traditional Japanese Art, Art Moderne

Utagawa Kunisada II  二代   歌川国定 (1823 - 1880).

Utagawa Kunisada II 二代 歌川国定 (1823 - 1880).

Narcissus (Suisen) (R), Winter Camellia (Fuyu tsubaki) (C), and Plum Blossoms in Cold (Kanbai) (L), from the series A Collection of Flowers for the Modern Genji (Imayô Genji hana soroi) Japanese Artwork, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japanese Illustration, Illustration Art, Hokusai, Art Asiatique, Traditional Japanese Art, Art Moderne

Utagawa Kunisada II  二代   歌川国定 (1823 - 1880).

Utagawa Kunisada II 二代 歌川国定 (1823 - 1880).

(Japan) Snow moon and flower by Kikugawa Eizan woodblock print. ukiyo-e. Geisha Kunst, Geisha Art, Japan Illustration, Japanese Drawings, Japanese Prints, Japanese Poster, Ancient Japanese Art, Traditional Japanese Art, Traditional Clothes

女は花である: Photo

prints, illustrations, drawings, paintings, posters, manga caps, fashion, photos,...

元代 - 趙孟頫 - 松陰高士圖 Zhao Mengfu was a prince and descendant of the Song Dynasty's imperial family, and a Chinese scholar, painter and calligrapher during the Yuan Dynasty. Japan Painting, China Painting, Chinese Landscape Painting, Landscape Paintings, Art Chinois, Chinese Drawings, Art Asiatique, Ink In Water, Art Japonais

Peinture chinoise classique

« On sait comme la Chine est pourvue d’une riche tradition artistique, notamment picturale, et combien s’y multiplient sous le pinceau des lettrés les Arts de peindre. Question : y est-il pour autant traité de « beau » ? Relisant ces magnifiques « Carnets d’un connaisseur » de Mi Fu (au Xie siècle), j’y trouve tout un éventail de formulations diverses que seule la traduction réduit de façon univoque - mais peut-elle faire autrement ? – sous ce terme impérialiste de « beau ». Car comment ce…