In Japanese culture, this fish represents strength and courage for swimming against the stream.

At Dragon's Gate

by Katsushika Hokusai, Japan. Hokusai adopted more than thirty different names under which he worked and published numerous ukiyo-e collections on many different subject. In fact, it is theorized that there are numerous volumes misattributed to other artists because of the amount of names and works Hokusai had.

by Katsushika Hokusai, Japan. Hokusai adopted more than thirty different names under which he worked and published numerous ukiyo-e collections on many different subject. In fact, it is theorized that there are numerous volumes misattributed to other artists because of the amount of names and works Hokusai had.

OHARA Koson (1877~1945), Japan @Josephine Kimberling Kimberling Kimberling vogel

OHARA Koson (1877~1945), Japan @Josephine Kimberling Kimberling Kimberling vogel

Sue Brown. "Fish" it's nice that she's done a print of fish as a lot of her work seems to be Birds

Sue Brown. "Fish" it's nice that she's done a print of fish as a lot of her work seems to be Birds

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