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Catching Fireflies by Choki, active circa 1785

Items similar to Japanese Ukiyo-e Woodblock print, Choki, "Woman and Child Catching Fireflies" on Etsy

Cove of Oranges by Takehisa Yumeji, 1963

Cove of Oranges by Takehisa Yumeji, 1963

Kitagawa Utamaro : Scene 5, Comparison of celebrated beauties and the loyal league, 1797 #Utamaro

Kitagawa Utamaro : Scene Comparison of celebrated beauties and the loyal league, 1797

Keishu Takeuchi (Japan, 1861-1942) - "Bijin and Maple Tree", ca. 1900-1910's

Keishu Takeuchi - Bijin and Maple Tree. Kuchi-e illustration for Bungei Kurabu magazine, Bungei Kurabu was a very popular literary magazine in Meiji era.

鶴亀 3ヶ入(懐紙付) | 慶事・定番のお干菓子 | | 和三盆のばいこう堂

鶴亀 3ヶ入(懐紙付) | 慶事・定番のお干菓子 | | 和三盆のばいこう堂

vintage geisha art: Hashiguchi Goyō (橋口五葉, 1880–1921) "Geisha Applying Powder" 1918 • zoOm shoulders • 15.5" x 21.25" ukiyo-e genre of woodblock print • his female Hotei beauties prints go for $20,000+ (Christies in 2001) (via Ukiyoe Gallery http://ukiyoe.mybisi.com)

Japanese woodblock print by Hashiguchi Goyo, Geisha Applying Powder Detail

4  Jessifer & Amandica by Meghan Hildebrand

4 Jessifer & Amandica by Meghan Hildebrand

Artist Angelo Musco

We interview New York-based visual artist Angelo Musco, who is best-known for his large-format photographs depicting hundreds of nude models.

Shoen Uemura (Japanese, 1875-1949). Uemura Shōen was the pseudonym of an important woman artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period Japanese painting. Her real name was Uemura Tsune. (Wikipedia)

Shoen Uemura (Japanese, Uemura Shōen was the pseudonym of an important woman artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period Japanese painting. Her real name was Uemura Tsune. (Wikipedia) 上村松園 《蛍》

Dos Koi nadando hacia la felicidad. Koi es un motivo hermoso y frecuentemente usado en arte asiático. Debido a su lucha en contra de la corriente del río se ha convertido en el emblema de la fuerza y la perseverancia. La imagen de la natación de dos Koi juntos a menudo se utiliza para simbolizar un matrimonio largo y feliz. La caligrafía de caracteres en la esquina superior derecha de la imagen es el símbolo del kanji para la felicidad.

Two Koi Swimming Towards Happiness. Koi are a beautiful and frequently used motif in Asian art. Because it struggles against the current of the river it has become the emblem of strength in.

Shoen_Uemura_-_Cherry_Blossom_Viewing_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg (1367×3796)

Japan, hanging scroll by Shoen Uemura Cherry Blossom Viewing, color on silk, x 142 cm

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