Ancient Japanese Art

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, my hanfu favorites — 美人画 Paintings of beauties in traditional. , my hanfu favorites — 美人画 Paintings of beauties in traditional. Anime Art, Character Art, Fantasy Art, Art Girl, Art, Pretty Art, Chinese Art, Asian Style Art, Chinese Drawings

my hanfu favorites — 美人画 (1/?) Paintings of beauties in traditional...

(China) Mythical lady by Hua Sanchuan Classical Art, Classic Art, Asian Art, Vintage Art, Illustration Art, Art, Art Wallpaper, Geisha Art, Aesthetic Art

Japonesices

artmagnifique: “HUA SANCHUAN. From Book of 100 Beauties, 20th century. ”

Collection of photos showing the beauty of Japan including landscape photos,Japanese martial arts, Samurai history and beautiful Japanese women.

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Cangjian (Hidden Blade) from "Yi Chui Wu Yue Tiao Man Ji" by Ibuki Satsuki 伊吹五月 Anime Art, Character Design, Character Art, Fantasy Art, China Art, Illustration Art, Art, Pretty Art, Asian Style Art

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“麗人百華 壱 #伊吹五月 #イラスト拡散 #イラスト王国 #絵師の集い #古典中国”

The work recounts the life of Hikaru Genji, or "Shining Genji", the son of an ancient Japanese emperor, known to readers as Emperor Kiritsubo, and a low-ranking but beloved concubine called Lady Kiritsubo. Japanese Artists, Ancient Japanese, Ancient Japanese Art, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Illustration Art, Art, Ukiyoe, Eastern Art, Geisha Art

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Art and Mysteries of the Far East main tumblr ~ Indigo Dreams

Instagram post by 伊勢神宮 / ISE-JINGU • Sep 21, 2016 at 3:09am UTC

2,155 Likes, 12 Comments - 伊勢神宮 / ISE-JINGU (@isejingu.official) on Instagram: “#伊勢神宮 #神宮 #心のふるさと #内宮 #神楽祭 #蘇利古 #雑面 #舞楽 #神楽 #雅楽 #参集殿 #ISEJINGU #JINGU #SOUL_of_JAPAN #Shinto #Naiku…”

Kuniyoshi: Courtesan and Kamuro Japanese Art Prints, Japanese, Kuniyoshi, Japanese Drawings, Literature Art, Dreamy Art, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Art, Prints

Japanese Woodblock Prints and Decorative Arts

Lovely portrait of a high-ranking courtesan and her young kamuro or child apprentice out for a stroll. She wears red-orange outer kimono with cranes in flight above pine trees, edged with layers of blue floral brocade. Her brown obi features swirling clouds, and her hair is elaborately arranged with large combs and decorative hairpins. The girl peers around her back, dressed in a matching robe, her hair topped with clusters of blue leaves. White cherry blossoms frame the scene against the…

Hosoda Eishi: Seyama, kamuro Iroka and Yukari, from the series Opening of the New Quarters of the Matsubaya (Matsubaya shintaku misebiraki) - Museum of Fine Arts Sketchbook Inspiration, Japanese Art Prints, Japanese Folk, Japanese Artists, Museum Of Fine Arts, Shrines Art, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Japanese Tattoo Art, Geisha Art

Hosoda Eishi: Seyama, kamuro Iroka and Yukari, from the series Opening of the New Quarters of the Matsubaya (Matsubaya shintaku misebiraki) - Museum of Fine Arts

 It's pretty ironic that Nell literally has no connection with wolves except for that one line! I wanna change that! Japanese Art, Japanese Artists, Art For Art Sake, Japanese Illustration, Utagawa Hiroshige, Art, Ukiyoe, Eastern Art, Japanese Folklore

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A woman admiring the reflection in her mirror, Japan, by Uemura Shoen. Shoen was the first woman to receive the Order Of Cultural Merit from the Japanese government in Japanese Art, Japanese, Japanese Artists, Culture Art, Painting, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Art, Art History, Eastern Art

Uemura Shoen (1875-1949)

First woman to receive the Order Of Cultural Merit in Japan (1948).

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: Tamakazura: The Diver Taking the Jewel (Tamatori ama), from the series Genji Clouds Matched with Ukiyo-e Pictures (Genji kumo ukiyo-e awase) - Museum of Fine Arts Octopus Art, Kuniyoshi, Japanese Prints, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Art, Ukiyoe, Woodcut, Japanese Folklore, Prints

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“🎨Princess Tamatori attacked by the octopus. Utagawa Kuniyoshi, (1798 - 1861). ➡ https://t.co/yGFCGjjaG0”