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Hasegawa Tōhaku (長谷川 等伯?, 1539 - March 19, 1610) was a late period Japanese painter, and I love his foggy pine trees.

Hasegawa Tōhaku (長谷川 等伯?, 1539 - March 19, 1610) was a late period Japanese painter, and I love his foggy pine trees.

Hasegawa-Tohaku

Hasegawa-Tohaku

"Pine Trees" in detail (pair of six-folded screens; ink on paper), by HASEGAWA Tohaku (1539~1610): National Treasure of Japan 長谷川等伯 松林図(国宝)

"Pine Trees" in detail (pair of six-folded screens; ink on paper), by HASEGAWA Tohaku (1539~1610): National Treasure of Japan 長谷川等伯 松林図(国宝)

attributed to NAGATA Shunsui(永田 春水 Japanese, 1872-1944) One of a pair of Taisho period, two-fold paper screens painted in ink and color on a buff and sprinkled gold ground, with sparrows flying through a forest of white cedar, lacquer and chestnut trees.

attributed to NAGATA Shunsui(永田 春水 Japanese, 1872-1944) One of a pair of Taisho period, two-fold paper screens painted in ink and color on a buff and sprinkled gold ground, with sparrows flying through a forest of white cedar, lacquer and chestnut trees.

Portion of the famous painting "Shōrin-zu byōbu" (松林図 屏風), or "Pine Trees", by Japanese painter Hasegawa Tohaku (1539-1610). Source: Visipix.com

Portion of the famous painting "Shōrin-zu byōbu" (松林図 屏風), or "Pine Trees", by Japanese painter Hasegawa Tohaku (1539-1610). Source: Visipix.com

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