Koson, “Willow and the Moon,” from the book “Japanese Ghost Paintings: The Sanyutei Encho Collection at Zensho-an” (Perikansha Publishing, 1995), ISBN: 4-48315-0887-X courtesy of A Journey Around My Skull “Clad in black robesI should have no attractions toThe shapes and scents of this world:But how can I keep my vowsGazing at today’s crimson maple leaves?”— Otagaki Rengetsu (1791–1875)
Bush warbler and the Moon. Imao Keinen (1845－1924). Japanese hanging scroll painting.
19th C. Japanese Watercolor Ink Painting of Two Humble Vegetables.
Sakai Hoitsu, Japan Society, NYC, Rimpa, Ogata Korin, Japanese art, nature, color, four seasons
Golden Sun | 1878 | Kikuchi Yosai (Japanese, 1788-1878) | Meiji era | Ink, color, and gold on paper | Japan | Purchase from the Estate of Robert O. Muller with funds from the Friends of the Freer and Sackler Galleries and the Harold P. Stern Memorial Fund | Freer Gallery of Art | F2004.30