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Ogata Korin: Eight-Planked Bridge (Yatsuhashi) (53.7.1-2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ogata Korin: Eight-Planked Bridge (Yatsuhashi) (53.7.1-2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kanzan Shimomura,1921. Japanese folding screen. Pine and wisteria

Kanzan Shimomura,1921. Japanese folding screen. Pine and wisteria

A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a buff ground with usagi (hares), flowers and shikishi (poem slips) among gold clouds in an autumnal landscape. Unknown (19th century Edo period)

A six-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a buff ground with usagi (hares), flowers and shikishi (poem slips) among gold clouds in an autumnal landscape. Unknown (19th century Edo period)

TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM - Collections The TNM Collection painting  'Pine grove by the Seashore'.  106.0x312.5 each. Muromachi Period, 16th century.

TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM - Collections The TNM Collection painting 'Pine grove by the Seashore'. 106.0x312.5 each. Muromachi Period, 16th century.

Japanese Screen: Water Landscape with Iris and Ducks on Silk.  Taisho Period.  Signed: Komatsu Kaei (1898-1945)

Japanese Screen: Water Landscape with Iris and Ducks on Silk. Taisho Period. Signed: Komatsu Kaei (1898-1945)

Houitsu Sakai

Houitsu Sakai

Ueda Kōho (1860-1944)  Four-fold paper screen  Ink and mineral colour on paper and gold ground A four-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with a takegaki (woven bamboo fence) and tsuta (Japanese ivy). The red leaves of the ivy denote that the season is late autumn. 77.5 x 278 cm Seal 'Ueda Kōho' Japan, 20th century, Taishō/Shōwa period

Ueda Kōho (1860-1944) Four-fold paper screen Ink and mineral colour on paper and gold ground A four-fold paper screen painted in ink and colour on a gold ground with a takegaki (woven bamboo fence) and tsuta (Japanese ivy). The red leaves of the ivy denote that the season is late autumn. 77.5 x 278 cm Seal 'Ueda Kōho' Japan, 20th century, Taishō/Shōwa period

Masterpieces of Japanese Art at the Met - The New York Times  "Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons," from the Momoyama period. Credit Mary Griggs Burke Collection

Masterpieces of Japanese Art at the Met

Masterpieces of Japanese Art at the Met - The New York Times "Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons," from the Momoyama period. Credit Mary Griggs Burke Collection

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