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Nagasawa Rosetsu (1754–1799), Bamboo and Moon. Edo Period (1615-1867 A.D.) Hanging scroll, ink on silk  "Every day, priests minutely examine the Law  And endlessly chant complicated sutras.  Before doing that, though, they should learn  How to read the love letters sent by the wind  and rain, the snow and moon." (Ikkyu)

Nagasawa Rosetsu (1754–1799), Bamboo and Moon. Edo Period (1615-1867 A.D.) Hanging scroll, ink on silk "Every day, priests minutely examine the Law And endlessly chant complicated sutras. Before doing that, though, they should learn How to read the love letters sent by the wind and rain, the snow and moon." (Ikkyu)

Qin Tianzhu - http://www.fineartgalleryhk.com/gallery/chinese/artists1.phtml?strForceLang=en&ArtistsID=27

Qin Tianzhu - http://www.fineartgalleryhk.com/gallery/chinese/artists1.phtml?strForceLang=en&ArtistsID=27

Koson Ohara, 1910  http://www.yeeeeee.com/2009/01/26/the-beautiful-oriental-art-of-koson-ohara-134-pics/

Koson Ohara, 1910 http://www.yeeeeee.com/2009/01/26/the-beautiful-oriental-art-of-koson-ohara-134-pics/

"Emptiness, which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness, is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities." —D. T. Suzuki (Painting: "Golden Sun" Japan, Meiji era, 1878) ..*

"Emptiness, which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness, is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities." —D. T. Suzuki (Painting: "Golden Sun" Japan, Meiji era, 1878) ..*

Painting the Four Gentlemen - An Introduction to Chinese Brush Painting | Features | Painters Online

Painting the Four Gentlemen - An Introduction to Chinese Brush Painting | Features | Painters Online

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