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Itō Jakuchū, fierce tiger
by laura@popdesign on Flickr
Ito was known for being an eccentric artist whose paintings were mostly traditionally Japanese, although he was influenced by western art. He experimented with a number of forms of printing, most of them woodblocks. He also used stencils or other methods to produce different effects.
Itō Jakuchū, fierce tiger (by laura@popdesign)
Animalarium: Tyger Tyger, Burning Bright
Ito Jakuchu silk painting at National Gallery march 30. Love how contemporary this 200+ year old painting is.
"Reptiles and Insects: Fish" by Ito Jakuchu by her royal haecness, via Flickr
"Ducks and Blossoming Plum in Snow" by Ito Jakuchu, 1765. | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!
Ito Jakuchu #art pic.twitter.com/gxfjke6nlT
伊藤若冲(Jakuchu Ito) photo
Woman of Town - Ito Shinsui (1916)
Ito Jakuchu - Tiger (1755)
Itô Jakuchû (Japanese, 1716–1800) |
A White Peacock under a Pine-tree ito jakuchu (1716 - 1800)
Red Maple and Small Birds (Kosho Shoukin Zu) by Jakuchu Ito #Japan #art #Jakuchu
Ito Jakuchu, Two Gibbons Reaching for the Moon, 1770