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Returning Home in the Rain  by Fritz Capelari, 1915  (published by Watanabe Shozaburo)

indigodreams: “ petitpoulailler: yama-bato: 1915 Fritz Capelari: Returning Home in the Rain ”

Kiyokata Kaburagi (鏑木 清方 Kaburagi Kiyokata?, August 31, 1878 – March 2, 1972) was the pseudonym of a Nihonga artist and the leading master of the bijinga genre in Taishōand Showa period Japan. His real name was Kaburagi Kenichi. Incidentally, although his name is universally transliterated as “Kaburagi” by western sources (and many Japanese sources), Kaburagi himself used the pronunciation “Kaburaki”.

Kiyokata Kaburagi (鏑木 清方 Kaburagi Kiyokata, August 1878 – March was the pseudonym of a Nihonga artist and the leading master of the bijinga genre in Taishōand Showa period Japan. His real name was Kaburagi Kenichi. S)-japan

Be still.  Stillness reveals the secrets of eternity. ~Lao Tzu  (image:  Fabienne Verdier)

awakeningfromthedream: “ there are 9 basic principles that underlie japanese art they are called aesthetics, or concepts that answer the question: what is art? the 9 aesthetics are: wabi-sabi (imperfect), miyabi (elegance, ) shibui (subtle,) Iki.

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Beauties in the Snow By Utamaro Kitagawa (喜多川 歌麿? 1753 – October He was a Japanese printmaker and painter, who is considered one of the greatest artists of woodblock prints (ukiyo-e)"-".

Katshushika Hokusai For once, it's not an Hiroshige nor an Hokusai print which is brillant! This one is by TSUCHIYA Kouitsu Japan 土屋光逸

Two green peacocks on the bough of a flowering tree, 1910 by Ohara Koson. Shin-hanga. bird-and-flower painting

Two green peacocks on the bough of a flowering tree, 1910 by Ohara Koson. bird-and-flower painting

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Shimura Tatsumi is known for designing several striking bijin-ga prints towards the end of the shin hanga movement. Born in Takasaki, Gunma, Shimura’s real name was Sentaro. Shimura devoted his career entirely to Nihonga, or Japanese style painting.

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