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Shoki and Demon, Edo period Utagawa Kuniyoshi, 1850

Kitagawa Utamaro: Aus der Serie »Sechs Schöne der Vergnügungsviertel«: Die Kurtisane Yosoi aus dem Matsubaya-Haus

Kitagawa Utamaro: Aus der Serie »Sechs Schöne der Vergnügungsviertel«: Die Kurtisane Yosoi aus dem Matsubaya-Haus

The Angel with the Heavenly Cloak at Mio - Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)

The Angel with the Heavenly Cloak at Mio - Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

Some kind of Japanese folk lore monster. The same one as Pale Man from Pan's Labyrinth. I cannot find the name.

塗仏 (Nuribotoke) Nuribotoke is an animated corpse with darkened skin and dangling eyeballs. They are portrayed as similar in appearance to the Buddha but with largely bloated stomachs and occasionally having a catfish’s tail. They are believed to have.

The Most Fantastic Monsters From Art And Literature | Boria Sax

The Most Fantastic Monsters From Literature

Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:The Tattooed Priest Lu Zhishen (Kaoshô Rochishin) #woodblockprint #samurai1nk #kuniyoshi #rochishin #tattooedpriest

The Tattooed Priest Lu Zhishen (Kaoshô Rochishin), from an untitled series of Shuihuzhuan (Suikoden) heroes 水滸伝 「花和尚魯智深」 Japanese Edo period (Tenpô Artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi

japanese folk art paintings - Yahoo Image Search Results

Tengu (天狗, "heavenly dog") are a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theater, and literature. They are one of the best known yōkai (monster-spirits) and are sometimes worshipped as Shinto kami (revered spirits or gods)

Dallo Sciamanesimo Siberiano allo Yungdrung Bön: un’ipotesi sul Bön Preistorico dell’Eurasia

Picture of the dharmapala (”Defender of the Law”) Mahakala. Now in the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

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