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Artist: Shiro Kasamatsu Title: Two Koi Fish (Carp) Date: 1957 Medium: Japanese Woodblock Print Size: 10.5 x 15.5 inch... on Jan 29, 2017
© 2023 McGaw Graphics, Inc. About the ArtistAndo Hiroshige was one of the most famous Japanese artists of the Ukiyo-e school. He was especially revered for his landscapes depicting lyrical scenes of everyday life. Hiroshige was born in Edo (now Tokyo). When he was orphaned at the age of twelve, he assumed his father's job as firefighter. Soon, however, he was inspired by the prints of the esteemed artist Hokusai to become an artist. Hiroshige apprenticed himself to the artist Utagawa…
Diego Pena saved to we love illustration
The detail of vintage Tomesode kimono, 1950s, Japan
artelino - Trial version for the Ukiyo-e Archive of sold Japanese prints of artelino.
Lovely springtime view of Mt. Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi, the scene framed by delicate pink cherry blossoms. The water shimmers with colorful reflections, reflecting the cool tones of the snow-covered peak and the darker greens and blues of the foliage and water. A beautiful shin-hanga design. A contemporary of Hasui, Koichi Okada is best-known for his striking views of Mt Fuji. A terrific choice for display, considered one of Koichi's best subjects.Signed - KoichiPublisher - Unsodo, with…
Grampssteve saved to Art Through the Ages
Le paysage du Japon par Hasui Kawase dépeint le Japon du début du XXe siècle à travers ses saisons et ses lieux cultes, par le prolifique peintre.
Myriam Sainz 🏎️ saved to japon wallpaper
This is a beautiful 18th Century Japanese Illustration of an early flowering Plum tree (Ume) against a full Moon background. It would be the perfect card to give to a lover of nature and botany, or just as a declaration of love for that special someone. We lovingly produce unique greeting cards of
Patti Preston saved to Art
"This Replica of traditional Japanese wood cut printing is on Heavy Epson premium Matte paper with archival inks. It is 19\" x 13\" with a 1/4 \" to 1/2 \" border."
Unknown, Obi with Waves, Meiji period (1868–1912) Silk and metallic thread double cloth
Janice McAllister saved to #2 Cloth Clutter