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The Grand Kumamoto Castle, Japan. This was so beautiful to see for real! Japanese Castle, Japanese House, Japanese Art, Japanese Palace, Japanese Screen, Japanese Prints, Cultural Architecture, Japanese Architecture, Pavilion Architecture

The Grand Kumamoto Castle

One of the main attractions inside For a trip to Kyushu, the imposing Kumamoto Castle is one sight not to be missed. The castle is a 15 minute street car ride from Kumamoto Station or a 40 minute bus ride from Kumamoto International Airport. Special thanks to SIA Kyushu office, SPH Magazines and JTB Kyushu for the arrangement

A Pair of Japanese Six Panel Wall Screens, Sakai Hoitsu decorated with scenes of flowering trees upon a gilt reserve, painted on paper with signatures in the left and right margins. Height 19 x width of each panel 8 inches. Japanese Wall, Japanese Screen, Chinese Artwork, Gold Leaf Art, Painted Leaves, Plant Illustration, Oriental, Japanese Painting, China Painting

644: A Pair of Japanese Six Panel Wall Screens, Sakai H - Nov 07, 2011 | Hindman in IL

A Pair of Japanese Six Panel Wall Screens, Sakai Hoitsu (1761-1828),decorated with scenes of flowering trees upon a g... on Nov 07, 2011

Inscription: Musashino wa tsuki no irubeki mine mo nashi kusa yori idete kusa ni koso ireOn the Musashi plainthere is no peakfor the moon to enter, from grasses it risesand into grasses it sets Japanese Chrysanthemum, Japanese Screen, Musashi, Japanese Painting, Art Graphique, Japan Art, Metropolitan Museum, Game Art, New Art

The Plains of Musashi | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Inscription: Musashino wa tsuki no irubeki mine mo nashi kusa yori idete kusa ni koso ireOn the Musashi plainthere is no peakfor the moon to enter, from grasses it risesand into grasses it sets

Paravent de Sakai Hoitsu : fleurs de prunier blanches et rouges. Sakai Hōitsu (酒井 抱一, was a Japanese painter of the Rimpa school. He is famous for reviving the style and popularity of Ogata Kōrin. Chinese Prints, Japanese Prints, Chinese Art, Japanese Art Styles, Japanese Patterns, Art Floral, Woodblock Print, Art Chinois, Art Asiatique

Detail. Left screen. "Red and White Plum Trees," Ogata Korin (1658-1716), Edo period, 17th century (Japan)

Japanese Folding Screen Silk Ideas For 2019 Screen Printing Machine, Silk Screen Printing, Japanese Painting, Japanese Art, Diy Old Windows Ideas, Summer Porch Decor, Screened Porch Decorating, Wooden Screen Door, Art Chinois

Hasegawa Tohaku. Pine Trees. Pair of Japanese folding screens.

The Grand Kumamoto Castle, Japan. This was so beautiful to see for real! Japanese Castle, Japanese House, Japanese Art, Japanese Palace, Japanese Screen, Japanese Prints, Cultural Architecture, Japanese Architecture, Pavilion Architecture

The Grand Kumamoto Castle

One of the main attractions inside For a trip to Kyushu, the imposing Kumamoto Castle is one sight not to be missed. The castle is a 15 minute street car ride from Kumamoto Station or a 40 minute bus ride from Kumamoto International Airport. Special thanks to SIA Kyushu office, SPH Magazines and JTB Kyushu for the arrangement

酒井抱一の‘朱楓図屏風’ Autumn, from Summer and Autumn. One of a Japanese folding screen pair. Japanese Screen, Japanese School, Child Day, Japanese Painting, Japan Art, Art Pieces, Arts And Crafts, Drawings, Illustration

酒井抱一の‘朱楓図屏風’(1818年)one of Sakai Hoitsu's 'Vermillion Screens' (1818)

 Pine Trees" by Hasegawa Tōhaku (Japanese, The painting has been designated as National Treasure in the paintings century. Left screen of a pair of six-folded screens; ink on paper. Japanese Screen, Japanese Art, Zen Brush, Chinese Painting, House Painting, Asian Art, Watercolor Flowers, Tree Drawings, Sketches

Detail. Pine Trees" by Hasegawa Tōhaku (Japanese, 1539–1610). The painting has been designated as National Treasure in the paintings category.16th century. Left screen of a pair of six-folded screens; ink on paper.

Pine Trees Ink wash painting sumi e Japanese Ink Painting, Chinese Landscape Painting, Chinese Painting, Chinese Art, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Chinese Prints, Japanese Watercolor, Japanese Landscape

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Hasegawa Tohaku (1539-1610), Pine Forest, Japan pair of six panel screens, ink on paper the illusion of the mundane

The Old Plum, Edo period ca. 1645 Attributed to Kano Sansetsu (Japanese, ca. Four sliding door panels (fusuma); ink, color, gold leaf on paper Source: Attributed to Kano Sansetsu: The Old Plum Feuille D'or, Japanese Screen, Edo Period, Zen Art, Japanese Painting, Japan Art, Chinese Art, Metropolitan Museum, Bunt

Kano Sansetsu | Old Plum | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Tenshō'in , Kyoto (until ca. 1886); gifted to Kataoka Naoharu.; Kataoka Naoharu (until mid-1950's; acquired by Mizutani Nisaburō).; [ Mizutani Nisaburō , Tokyo; sold to Harry G. C. Packard].; [ Harry G