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Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons Date: second half of the 16th century

Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons, Momoyama period early century Kano School Japan Pair of six-fold screens; color on gold-leafed paper Each screen 42 x 137 in.

Kano Sanboku (Japanese, 17th–early 18th century). Flowers and Birds of the Four Seasons, late 17th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Friends of Asian Art Gifts, 1999 (1999.204.1, .2) | The left screen depicts autumn and winter, represented by hibiscus and snow-dotted bamboo; a kingfisher and pheasants herald these seasons. #snow

Flowers and Birds of the Four Seasons Artist:Kano Sanboku (Japanese, active late century) Date:late century Culture:Japan Medium:Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on paper Dimensions:Image: 59 in. x 12 ft.

Birds and Peonies Four-Panel Folding Screen | From a unique collection of antique and modern paintings and screens at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/paintings-screens/

Birds and Peonies Four-Panel Folding Screen. Four-panel folding screen with painting in ink and mineral colors on paper with gold leaf of a bird and peony flowers by rocks.

Autumn Trees and Grasses by a Stream. Japanese Folding Screen. Edo period. The Met: "The painting encapsulates stylistic features of Rinpa artists across a couple of generations, beginning with Tawaraya Sōtatsu in the early seventeenth century, and extending to Ogata Kōrin and anonymous Rinpa artists working in his wake."

Screens from the Edo period in the exhibition “A Sensitivity to the Seasons: Summer and Autumn in Japanese Art” at the Met.

Blossoming Plum and Camellia in a Garden Landscape by Unknown  [Source]

Blossoming Plum and Camellia in a Garden Landscape by Unknown [Source]

Detail of heron. Birds and Flowers of Spring and Summer. Edo period (latter half of 17th century). Kano Eino. Pair of six-fold Japanese screens. 春夏花鳥図屏風 狩野永納筆. Suntory Museum of Art.

Detail of heron. Edo period (latter half of century). Pair of six-fold Japanese screens. Suntory Museum of Art.

Peony Room (artist: Kano Sanraku) (Daikaku-zi Temple, Kyoto) was completed in 1673 was designated as an important cultural property.

Peony Room (artist: Kano Sanraku) (Daikaku-zi Temple, Kyoto) was completed in 1673 was designated as an important cultural property.

Japan, Birds and Flowers in a Landscape by Kano Utanosuke, Momoyama Period (late 16th century) Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Set of two folding screens.

Birds and Flowers in a Landscape Kacho zu byobu 花鳥図屏風 Japanese Momoyama period latter half of the century Formerly attributed to Kano Utanosuke (Japanese, dates unknown)

Meeting between Emperor Wen and Fisherman Lü Shang - Artist: Attributed to Kano Takanobu (Japanese, 1571–1618) Period: Momoyama period (1573–1615) Date: ca. 1600 Culture: Japan Medium: Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper

Meeting between Emperor Wen and Fisherman Lü Shang - Artist: Attributed to Kano Takanobu (Japanese, Period: Momoyama period Date: ca. 1600 Culture: Japan Medium: Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper

Kamisakka Sekka Dawn of Modern Japanese Design : Art Gallery of NSW

Kamisaka Sekka :: Art Gallery NSW Outstanding curation and view of the development of a Japanese genre.

Shirahama Beach in Izu, Japan: photo by ippei + janine

Shirahama Beach Southern Izu Peninsula, Shizuoka, Japan > Best Beaches in Japan! > Day trips & weekend getaways from Tokyo

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