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    Sumo wrestler, ca. 1910, Japan

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    “Southern Barbarians Come to Trade,” attributed to Kano Naizen (Japanese, Edo period, about 1600), ink, color, gold, gold leaf on paper (courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

    gold Japanese screen - Autumn Grasses

    Ogata Korin - (1658 - 1716) Japan

    Taikung Wang, by Ogata Korin, Edo Period, Kyoto National Museum

    Matsumura Goshun, (jap. 松村 呉春; April 28, 1752 (traditional: Hōreki 2/3/15) – September 4, 1811 (traditional: Bunka 8/7/17)[1]), sometimes also referred to as Matsumura Gekkei (松村 月渓), was a Japanese Painter of the Edo Period and founder of the Shijō school of painting. He was a disciple of the painter and poet Yosa Buson (1716–1784), a master of Japanese southern school painting.

    Ogata Korin

    Ogata Korin

    Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743)

    Ogata Korin

    Ogata Kōrin Prunus late 17th-early 18th century The Cleveland Museum of Art (with framing adornment)

    Rimpa School Anonymous, 18th century

    Flowering Plants in Autumn (18th century) attributed to Ogata Korin

    "Ducks and Blossoming Plum in Snow" by Ito Jakuchu, 1765.

    "Ducks and Blossoming Plum in Snow" by Ito Jakuchu, 1765.

    “Navy Commander Hirose Takeo” by Kobayashi Kiyochika, 1904

    Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858). Sumida River in the Snow, from the series, 1834.

    Japanese Art: Samurai, blistering sun. Ukiyo-e. Utagawa Kuniyoshi.

    Russian Admiral Makaroff on the sinking battleship Petropavlovsk, April 1904. Commander Hirose on the Fukuimaru (April 1904). Only four days after Hirose's death, Admiral Makaroff was killed on the Petropavlovsk when it was hit by a mine and sunk.

    Yamaguchi, Hagi Ware