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The Four Accomplishments Artist: Kano Motonobu (Japan, ca. Period: Muromachi period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Pair of six-panel folding screens;

Asian art Japanese SOGA Shohaku (1730~1781), Japan 曾我蕭白  http://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login

Asian art Japanese SOGA Shohaku (1730~1781), Japan 曾我蕭白 http://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login

Shiki-Sansui-zu (四季山水図、Four Seasons Landscape Scrolls) was drawn by Sesshu(雪舟), the most prominent master of ink painting(Japanese: Suibokuga,水墨画) in the Muromachi Period(1337-1553), Japan.  This Scroll is the most greatest work of him and his other works were significantly influenced by Song Dynasty Chinese paintings.

Shiki-Sansui-zu (四季山水図、Four Seasons Landscape Scrolls) was drawn by Sesshu(雪舟), the most prominent master of ink painting(Japanese: Suibokuga,水墨画) in the Muromachi Period(1337-1553), Japan. This Scroll is the most greatest work of him and his other works were significantly influenced by Song Dynasty Chinese paintings.

Modeled on the principal room at the Kangaku-in, a guest residence built in 1600 at the Onjoji temple near Lake Biwa outside Kyoto, this Shoin-style room was built in 1985 by Japanese craftsmen using materials and techniques authentic to the Momoyama period (1573–1615),

Modeled on the principal room at the Kangaku-in, a guest residence built in 1600 at the Onjoji temple near Lake Biwa outside Kyoto, this Shoin-style room was built in 1985 by Japanese craftsmen using materials and techniques authentic to the Momoyama period (1573–1615),

Hawk and pines Muromachi Period, 16th century, Japan Important Cultural Property Tokyo National Museum

Hawk and pines Muromachi Period, 16th century, Japan Important Cultural Property Tokyo National Museum

Sesson Shūkei (Japanese, 1504-1589), Hawk and Pine Trees, Ink painting, 126.5 x 53.5 cm. Muromachi Period, Tokyo National Museum.

Sesson Shūkei (Japanese, 1504-1589), Hawk and Pine Trees, Ink painting, 126.5 x 53.5 cm. Muromachi Period, Tokyo National Museum.

Shiki-Sansui-zu (四季山水図、Four Seasons Landscape Scrolls) was drawn by Sesshu(雪舟), the most prominent master of ink painting(Japanese: Suibokuga,水墨画) in the Muromachi Period(1337-1553), Japan.  This Scroll is the most greatest work of him and his other works were significantly influenced by Song Dynasty Chinese paintings.

Shiki-Sansui-zu (四季山水図、Four Seasons Landscape Scrolls) was drawn by Sesshu(雪舟), the most prominent master of ink painting(Japanese: Suibokuga,水墨画) in the Muromachi Period(1337-1553), Japan. This Scroll is the most greatest work of him and his other works were significantly influenced by Song Dynasty Chinese paintings.

Orchids and Rocks, Muromachi period (1392–1573)  Gyokuen Bompo (Japanese, 1348–after 1420)  Japan  Hanging scroll; ink on paper

Orchids and Rocks, Muromachi period (1392–1573) Gyokuen Bompo (Japanese, 1348–after 1420) Japan Hanging scroll; ink on paper

http://idrilsfantasy.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/long-landscape-scroll-sesshu-toyo.jpg : Sesshu

http://idrilsfantasy.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/long-landscape-scroll-sesshu-toyo.jpg : Sesshu

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