Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Kôrin-style Patterns (Kôrin moyô), 1907, Furuya Kôrin (Japanese, 1875-1910). From the Met Museum description: "The two volumes of this book contain a wide array of textile patterns inspired by works in the Rinpa style. They were intended as sample books for Kyoto kimono manufacturers, and for delectation by anyone interested in the latest fashion trends, even revival styles." On view installation 1 and 2, May 26, 2012–January 13, 2013.

Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa)  Kamisaka Sekka  (Japanese, 1866–1942)    part of Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa) Kamisaka Sekka (Japanese, 1866–1942) part of Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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