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Japanese Ukiyoe Woodblock print antique Hiroshige "Sparrows and Poppies"

Japanese Ukiyoe, Woodblock print, antique, Hiroshige, "Sparrows and Poppies"

Utagawa Hiroshige Japanese, 1797-1858 Kawaguchiya Shozo, publisher Japanese Tree Sparrows and Poppies (Keshi ni suzume), 1850’s

Utagawa Hiroshige Japanese, Kawaguchiya Shozo, publisher Japanese Tree Sparrows and Poppies (Keshi ni suzume), Polychrome woodblock print/RISD Museum

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE.(1797-1858) fue uno de los más grandes paisajistas japoneses, llevando esta disciplina a un nivel artístico y...

Cedar Waxwing and Camellia Series: Birds and Flowers. Color woodblock print Image: 13 x 4 in. Sheet: 13 x 4 in. x cm) Gift of Dr.

Original Gyosui Suzuki Japanese Woodblock Print Hummingbird and Columbine in Rain

Original Gyosui Suzuki Japanese Woodblock Print Hummingbird and Columbine in Rain

Original Gyosui Suzuki Japanese Woodblock Print Hummingbird and Columbine in Rain Woodblock print is by shin hanga master Gyosui Suzuki It is mitzugiri size - 10 x Gyosui Suzuki was

Pear Blossoms and Swallows, Utagawa Hiroshige - Japanese Woodblock print, ca. 1840

Pear Blossoms and Swallows, Utagawa Hiroshige - Japanese Woodblock print, ca…

HIROSHIGE - ARTMEMO - Vente d'estampes japonaises d'Hiroshige

HIROSHIGE - ARTMEMO - Vente d'estampes japonaises d'Hiroshige

Japanese Ukiyo-e Woodblock print Ando Hiroshige Small...

Japanese Ukiyo-e Woodblock print, Ando Hiroshige, “Small Horned Owl in a Pine Tree”

Tit among Cherry Blossoms Jō (Japanese) Japan, 20th century Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 14 3/16 x 6 7/16 in. (36.0 x 16.4 cm); Paper: 15 11/16 x 7 3/4 in. (39.8 x 17.7 cm) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Juda (M.73.37.510) Japanese Art

Tit among Cherry Blossoms Jō (Japanese) Japan, century Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 14 x 6 in. Paper: 15 x 7 in. x cm) Gift of Mr.

Deux Koi nager vers bonheur Art Poster Print par TigerHouseArt, $14.75

Two Koi Swimming Towards Happiness. Koi are a beautiful and frequently used motif in Asian art. Because it struggles against the current of the river it has become the emblem of strength in.

Keshi no Hana ni Uzura (Quail and Poppy), by Hiroshige Utagawa, 1835 -- Chu-tanzaku (Series: Birds and Flowers)

‘Quail and Poppies.’ Print by Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川広重 Image and text courtesy Freer Sackler. Japanese Art Copyright with museum

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Chinese fish paintings, great style of painting with great use of colour, creative use of canvas to placement fish, layout and positive and negative spave

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