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Auspicious Symbols: Crane, Rising Sun and Peach | ca. 1850 | Okamoto Shuki (Japanese, 1807 - 1862) | Edo period | Ink and color with gilt on silk; ivory jiku. | Japan | Purchase | Freer Gallery of Art | F1998.297

Auspicious Symbols: Crane, Rising Sun and Peach Okamoto Shuki , (Japanese, 1807 - Edo period

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WATANABE Shuseki, Edo period century), Japan 双鶴図 渡辺秀石筆 絹本着色 What a heavy influence Japanese art has had on our artists over the years

Cranes, Japanese Art

Cranes :: Japanese Art

Cranes in Asian art symbolized longevity. Traditional Japanese wedding kimonos often had a representation of cranes on the back to wish the couple a long life together.

Chinese brush painting

I don't really see this in our house but I love Chinese landscape painting. I wonder if there's something modern with a calligraphic feel.

Cat Under Plum Tree by Shunso Hishida.

Shunsō Hishida (Japan, - Cat under Plum Tree [Hishida Shunsō was the pseudonym of the Japanese painter from the Meiji period, Hishida Miyoji]