Koitsu, Tsuchiya (1870-1949) - Kawaguchi Lake - 河口湖

Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi - 1930 Tsuchiya Koitsu

Japanese painting winter scenery

crashinglybeautiful: “ Utagawa Hiroshige – Man Crossing a Bridge in the Snow ”

by john batho

John Batho, photo from his Present and Absent series of black and white pieces (Présents et Absents, c.

Cranes :: Japanese Art

Cranes :: Japanese Art

Cranes in Asian art symbolized longevity. Traditional Japanese wedding kimonos often had a representation of cranes on the back to wish the couple a long life together.

"La brisa fresca  llena el cielo vacío  del rumor de los pinos."  (Autor: Ueshima Onitsura) #haikudellunes

Haiku Barcelona on

Kawase Hasui: Pines at Miho seashore - Miho no matsubara - Japanese Art Open Database

two birds in bamboo

Chinese Painting by Lou Dahua Chinese Painting of Two Brown and Blue Birds. Birds and Bamboo x x with silk brocade mat] x x with silk brocade mat] Artist: Lou Dahua


Tang San

Beauty lies not in the creator, it dwells in the heart that appreciates and preserves the beauty seen.

Geniales pinturas japonesas... esto es arte papá!

Geniales pinturas japonesas... esto es arte papá!


The Coast at Hota, from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, 1858 Pingotettu canvasvedos tekijänä Ando Hiroshige AllPosters.


I don't really see this in our house but I love Chinese landscape painting. I wonder if there's something modern with a calligraphic feel.