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Japanese Netsuke: Rat. attributed to Masanao (of Kyoto) (Japanese, 18th century). Edo Period (1603-1868), 19th century. Toledo Museum of Art.

Japanese Netsuke: Rat. attributed to Masanao (of Kyoto) (Japanese, 18th century). Edo Period (1603-1868), 19th century. Toledo Museum of Art.

Japanese Netsuke: monkey with peach. Edo Period.  Wood

Japanese Netsuke: monkey with peach. Edo Period. Wood

Japanese Netsuke: monkey, octopus and broken rope. Mitsunaga (Komin). Late 19th century. Toledo Museum of Art.

Japanese Netsuke: monkey, octopus and broken rope. Mitsunaga (Komin). Late 19th century. Toledo Museum of Art.

Okamoto Yoshitomo (Japanese) Rat and daikon radish, late 18th-early 19th century Ivory Japan

Okamoto Yoshitomo (Japanese) Rat and daikon radish, late 18th-early 19th century Ivory Japan

Monkey and Butterfly | Ink Paintings | Collection | Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art

Monkey and Butterfly *saved by oldsum

Monkeys. MORI Sosen (1747-1821). Japanese hanging Scroll. Edo period.

Monkeys. MORI Sosen (1747-1821). Japanese hanging Scroll. Edo period.

Netsuke of Monkey eating berries. Signed: 友一 (Tomokazu). Antique Japanese.

Netsuke of Monkey eating berries. Signed: 友一 (Tomokazu). Antique Japanese.

曽我蕭白筆 峨山南宗賛 天台山石橋図 Lions at the Stone Bridge of Mount Tiantai. Soga Shōhaku (Japanese, 1730–1781). Inscribed by Gazan Nanso (Japanese, 1727–1797). Edo period (1615–1868). 1779. Japanese hanging scroll; ink on silk. The Met.

曽我蕭白筆 峨山南宗賛 天台山石橋図 Lions at the Stone Bridge of Mount Tiantai. Soga Shōhaku (Japanese, 1730–1781). Inscribed by Gazan Nanso (Japanese, 1727–1797). Edo period (1615–1868). 1779. Japanese hanging scroll; ink on silk. The Met.

Monkey Grooming Offspring near Bamboo  Mori Sosen (Japanese, 1747-1821)  prior to 1807   Indianapolis Museum of Art

Monkey Grooming Offspring near Bamboo Mori Sosen (Japanese, prior to 1807 Indianapolis Museum of Art

Japanese Netsuke in the Form of a Monkey with a Magnifying Glass.  Artist: O-sei.  19th century-20th century.  Ivory

Japanese Netsuke in the Form of a Monkey with a Magnifying Glass. Artist: O-sei. 19th century-20th century. Ivory

Deer. Japanese folding screen. Mori Shuho. Edo Period. 1738-1823. Penn Museum.

Deer. Japanese folding screen. Mori Shuho. Edo Period. 1738-1823. Penn Museum.

Japanese Netsuke: smiling tiger.  Minkoku.  19th century. Toledo Museum

Japanese Netsuke: smiling tiger. Minkoku. 19th century. Toledo Museum

Attributed to Mori Sosen. Monkeys , one of a pair of folding screens.   猿図押絵貼屏風 Japanese Edo period 19th century.

Monkeys 猿図押絵貼屏風 Japanese Edo period century Attributed to Mori Sosen (Japanese,

Tigers 猛虎図押絵貼屏風 Japanese Edo period 18th century Shirai Chokuken (Japanese,)

Tigers 猛虎図押絵貼屏風 Japanese Edo period 18th century Shirai Chokuken (Japanese,)

Tiger. Japanese hanging scroll. Nishimura Goun (1877-1938)

Tiger. Japanese hanging scroll. Nishimura Goun (1877-1938)

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