Detail of Sakai Hōitsu's screen, "Cherry Trees" from "Maples and Cherry Trees" pair, Denver Art Museum. Image not available at the museum website.

Detail of Sakai Hōitsu's screen, "Cherry Trees" from "Maples and Cherry Trees" pair, Denver Art Museum. Image not available at the museum website.

PARAVENT À DEUX FEUILLES sur fond or, papillons survolant des pivoines et volubilis fleuries dans des herbes sauvages (restaurations). Japon, XVIIe - XVIIIe siècle. H_174 cm Feuille: L_94 cm Bibliographie: L'oeil, L'art sous toutes ses formes, n° 316 novembre 1981 Les paravents japonais à fond d'or, Monelle Hayot, reproduit sous le n° 3

PARAVENT À DEUX FEUILLES sur fond or, papillons survolant des pivoines et volubilis fleuries dans des herbes sauvages (restaurations). Japon, XVIIe - XVIIIe siècle. H_174 cm Feuille: L_94 cm Bibliographie: L'oeil, L'art sous toutes ses formes, n° 316 novembre 1981 Les paravents japonais à fond d'or, Monelle Hayot, reproduit sous le n° 3

The final boss of Edo painting – Maruyama Ōkyo! Learn the full story at Nezu Museum | INTOJAPAN / WARAKU MAGAZINE

The left-hand folding screen of the Important Cultural Property, “Wisteria,” painted by Maruyama Ōkyo around Winding branches of wisteria span across a solid gold background.

Cherry Tree by Hasegawa Tōhaku and Hasegawa Kyūzō, Chishaku-in, National Treasure

Cherry Tree by Hasegawa Tōhaku and Hasegawa Kyūzō, Chishaku-in, National Treasure

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秋草鶉図 (Autumn Flowers and Quails) detail, Sakai Hoitsu (酒井抱一), Edo period Yamatane Museum of Art

Hasegawa Tohaku

Tohaku is considered one of Japan's most important artists. His masterpiece Pine Trees, painted on a pair of screens over seven meters long, is one of the most popular ink paintings in Japan.

Antique Japanese Screens - The Imari Gallery - NOT storm at sea... but thinking about creating storm at sea quilt based on The Big Wave.... want it to look like a Japanese screen

Antique Japanese Screens - The Imari Gallery - NOT storm at sea. but thinking about creating storm at sea quilt based on The Big Wave. want it to look like a Japanese screen:

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The Old Plum, Edo period ca. 1645 Attributed to Kano Sansetsu (Japanese, ca. Four sliding door panels (fusuma); ink, color, gold leaf on paper Source: Attributed to Kano Sansetsu: The Old Plum

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