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, 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
Monkey and Butterfly *saved by oldsum
Monkeys. MORI Sosen (1747-1821). Japanese hanging Scroll. Edo period.
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.