Floral Patterns, Fabrics Patterns, Blocks Prints, Batik Patterns, Blue Flower, Blue Patterns, Textiles Patterns, Flower Patterns, Blue And White
Striking Floral Pattern :0)
Batik pattern blue and white flowers
tonga batik calypso daisy fabric pattern
blue flower pattern
Love this flower pattern in blue and white
Making Time Visible: Tokujin Yoshioka’s Glass Tea House in Kyoto, Japan | Yatzer
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KOUAN GlassTea House, Higashiyama Ward, 2015 - Tokujin Yoshioka
KOU-AN Glass-Tea House Tokujin Yoshioka
Making Time Visible: Tokujin Yoshioka’s Glass Tea House in Kyoto, Japan | www.yatzer.com/...
Glasses Teahous, Kou An Glasses, Tokujin Yoshioka, Architecture, Tea Houses, Yoshioka Glasses, Teas House, Kyoto Japan, Glasses Teas
Glass Teahouse by Tokujin Yoshioka
堀野正雄 Masao, Kimonojosei 1933, Wear Kimonos, Horino Masao, Kimonos Japan, Masao Horino, 堀野正雄 1907 1998, Untitl Women, Masao 堀野正雄
堀野正雄 Masao Horino
Horino Masao 堀野正雄 (1907- 1998) untitled (woman wearing kimono) - 1933
Ishikawa Hideomi 石川秀民 Kaze no hi 風の日 (Day of Wind) - 1929
石川秀民 Kaze, Art Illustrations, 1929 Sources, Hideomi 石川秀民, Arte Chinés, Ishikawa Hideomi, Art Nihon, Art Deco, Asian Art
Ishikawa Hideomi 石川秀民 Kaze no hi (Day of Wind) - 1929 source: taishou-kun.tumblr.
Kirifuri Fall on Kurokami Mount by Katsushika Hokusai, Japan
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Asian Art Exhibit at the Portland Museum of Art
#KatsushikaHokusai #KirifuriFallIinKurokamiMountain #waterfall #V&A #Japanese
Katsushika Hokusai, The Falling Mist Waterfall at Mount Kurokami in Shimotsuke Province.
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'Woman Wearing an Under-Sash' (1921) by Japanese painter & woodblock printmaker Ito Shinsui (1898-1972). Woodblock print. via Scholten Japanese Art
So beautiful. "Woman with an Undersash" by Ito Shinsui, 1921 #Japan #art
Sensual Art Nouveau
Ohara Koson (1877-1945): Mallard on Stump
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Ohara Koson (1877-1945), Japanese painter ~ Mallard on Stump ~
back view - portraits lino blocks or easy cut - good for hair texture detail
Hair Texture, Hair Braids
This portrait is of a young girl with her hair braided, back turned to the viewer. The artists uses ink. which makes the character feel lively
free download and poster available for sale - all proceeds go to disaster relief efforts in Japan.
Japan Wallpapers, Rise Sun, Japan Graphics, Waves, Japan Art, Graphics Design, Japan Design, Wallpapers Minimal, Cute Wallpapers
Japan #Art Work...
Project Senbazuru by Moonspired Red & white Japanese flag graphic design
Utagawa Toyokuni II (1777-1835) 歌川豊国 （Toyoshige 豊重） Rat, Hanaoogi from the Oogiya (House of Folding Fans) 子～扇谷内花扇, 1834 Twelve Signs of Zodiac Signs; Toilettes of Famous Courtesans 十二支全盛枩の粧
Zodiac Signs, Toyokuni Ii, Twelv Signs, Utagawa Toyokuni, Courtesan 十二支全盛枩の粧, Folding Fans, 1834 Twelv, 歌川豊国 Toyoshig, Oogiya House
by Uemura Shōen (Japanese, 1875–1949) Uemura Shōen Bio via: Wiki ”Uemura Shōen (上村 松園?, April 23, 1875 – August 27, 1949) was the pseudonym of an important woman artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period Japanese painting. Her real name was Uemura Tsune. Shōen was known primarily for her bijinga paintings of beautiful women in the nihonga style, although she also produced numerous works on historical themes and traditional subjects.
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.:. Uemura Shōen Uemura Shōen (上村 松園?, April 23, 1875 – August 27, 1949) was the pseudonym of an important woman artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period Japanese painting. Her real name was Uemura Tsune. Shōen was known primarily for her bijinga paintings of beautiful women in the nihonga style, although she also produced numerous works on historical themes and traditional subjects. Shōen was born in Shimogyō-ku, Kyoto, as the second daughter of a tea merchant. ...
Uemura Shōen How in the name of Heaven has this artist produced the shimmer in the curtains, that you get in organza fabric. Easy, they're Japanese.
Women Plays, Japan 1880, El Kimonos, Adema Of, Geishas, Nipponjin Japan, Algo Parecido, Tea, Vintage Photo
Woman playing samisen with a tea-set and wagashi, 1880s
GEISHA....Geishas and prostitutes were historically partitioned in the same neighborhoods. Within the karyukai "world of flowers and willows", which refers to the pleasure district, these two very specific categories of women met and sometimes coexisted in the same teahouse. In the nineteenth century it could well happen that a tea house offers, in addition to a provision for its geishas zashiki, night services of a prostitute, also attached to the house.....
"La musicalidad del té" No es que vaya a hablaros de que el té además de aroma, textura y sabor tenga música, pero sí de algo parecido... http://www.iloveteacompany.com/2012/10/la-musicalidad-del-te.html
Inkan ; Japanese woodblock print ( 1912- )
Woodblockprint, Woodblock Print, Photo
Inkan : Japanese woodblock print 1912
Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858). Kingfisher and Iris, 1832–1834. Japan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Howard Mansfield Collection, Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1936 (JP2530) #iris #flower
Utagawa Hiroshige, Japanese Art, Iris Flowers, Hiroshig Japanese, Kingfisher, Irises, Flower Japanese, 1936 Jp2530, Metropolitan Museums
Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858). Kingfisher and Iris, 1832–1834. Japan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Howard Mansfield Collection, Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1936 (JP2530) #iris #flower #Japanese #art
Bookmark-sized Japanese tsunami print in indigo ink ..... Just $10, and half of that gets donated to Japan relief. / For unique, hands-on activity ideas for THE BIG WAVE by Pearl S. Buck, visit http://www.litwitsworkshops.com/free-resources/the-big-wave/ LitWits Kits make literature real, relevant and fun for kids – so they want to read more!
This is a small bookmark sized linoprint I made in response to the earthquake/tsunami disaster in Japan. I am donating $5 to the red cross for every sale.
Lino Prints, Waves, Tsunami Bookmarks, Bookmarks Size, Hannah Skoonberg, Japan Artists, Tsunami Disasters, Japan Disasters, Linocut Prints
The Japanese tsunami disaster really struck a chord with me and I have made a small bookmark sized linoprint in response. The home videos of the water washing away houses and cars and huge ships washing inland. My heart goes out to all the families trying to find each other. I am selling this bookmark on etsy and donating $5 to the Red Cross Tsunami Relief for every bookmark I can sell. www.etsy.com/listing/70123072/tsunami-bookmark-japan-disa...
This original Tsunami lino print is just beautiful!
"Tsunami Bookmark" linocut print by Hannah Skoonberg. www.skoonberg.com. Tags: Linocut, Cut, Print, Linoleum, Lino, Carving, Block, Woodcut, Helen Elstone, Waves, Sea, Ocean, Japanese, Japan.
Tsunami Bookmark - Japan Disaster Relief #woodblock #wave
Japanese poxpolo politak
Japan Packaging, Food Packaging, Japanese Food, Packaging Design, Boxes Design, Japanese Packaging, Book Covers, Matching Boxes, Matchbox
Japanese food packaging by Akaoni | CreativeRoots - Art and design inspiration from around the world
japanese match box [design]
by Tokyo design agency Akaoni. #japanese #package #design
Sanuki Udon noodles
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Sanuki Udon noodles (packaging)
Sanuki Udon noodles / food packaging design
#Sanuki #Udon #noodles #modernpackaging
Sanuki udon packaging.
Sanuki Udon noodles PD
Bath Illustrations, Japanese Prints, Flower Graphics Illustrations, Japanese Illustrations, Graphics Prints, Drawings Clothing Patterns, Japanese Design, Siota Mako, Japan Illustrations
Untitled by Japanese artist & illustrator Siota Mako. via seattle inspired
Pretty graphic print