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Utagawa Hiroshige(1797ー1858)「View of the Naruto Whirlpools at Awa」

Ando or Utagawa Hiroshige - View of the Naruto whirlpools at Awa, from the series 'Rokuju-yoshu Meisho zue' (Famous Places of the 60 and Other Provinces) - Fine Art Reproduction, individual art card

"Sun and Wave" by SHODA, Koho (1870-1946), ca 1920-30

"Sun and Wave" by SHODA, Koho ca - Japanese art, I so totally love the landscapes! Waves are my favourite theme!

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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, The Giant Carp, c. by The print depicts the boy Kintaro battling a giant carp. Japanese folktales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Katsushika Hokusai's "The Great Wave" Karla, this is my favorite EVER.  I used to have all the prints of the famous painting from this artist, but I gave them to Yasmine.

Katsushika Hokusai's 'The Great Wave off Kanagawa' gracefully distills the power of the ocean into a two-dimensional image that's as deceptively simple as it is mesmerizing.

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This Cole & Son Wave Wallpaper has a Hokusai vibe, but would look perfect in even the preppiest of homes.

Chinese brush painting

I don't really see this in our house but I love Chinese landscape painting. I wonder if there's something modern with a calligraphic feel.

Katsushika Hokusai - The Waterfall of Amida behind the Kiso Road, 1827

Japanese Woodblock prints including Amida Waterfall on the Kisokaido Road by Katsushika Hokusai.

Cutting through waves of a sea that had historically walled Japan in and the world out, Yoshida Shoin, a young Samurai teacher, rides in 1854 to a meeting with Commodore Matthew C. Perry, the commander of Yankee warships that have shattered the nation’s seclusion.  ”Take me to America,” Yoshida asks, convinced that Japan needs to study Western technology to survive. Painting by Kinuko Y. Craft, from National Geographic magazine, June 1984.

retrospectia: “ Cutting through waves of a sea that had historically walled Japan in and the world out, Yoshida Shoin, a young Samurai teacher, rides in 1854 to a meeting with Commodore Matthew C. Perry, the commander of Yankee warships that have.

Kuniyoshi Utagawa - Sea Dragon

Les estampes japonaises d'Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Kayama Matazo 加山 又造 (1927-2004)      A thousand cranes 千羽鶴 - pair of six-fold screens - The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan - 1970

taishou-kun: “Kayama Matazo 加山 又造 A thousand cranes 千羽鶴 - pair of six-fold screens - The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan - 1970 ”GLORIOUS!

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