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幕末、明治時代的鬼才浮世繪畫師--河鍋曉齋(Kawanabe Kyōsai)6歳で 歌川国芳に入門。9歳で狩野派に転じる

Kyosai Kawanabe - Frolicking Animals, Nekomata and Tanuki Badger

The rootless woodblock prints of Kuniyoshi

The rootless woodblock prints of Kuniyoshi

Bakeneko - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

in Japanese folklore, refers to cat yōkai (spiritual beings) with supernatural abilities akin to those of the kitsune (fox) or tanuki (raccoon dog).

Kawanabe Kyosai [Gyosai] (1828-1889)

Internet, Meet The Cats Of 19th-Century Japan

Kawanabe Kyosai [Gyosai] in the words of a critic, "an individualist and an independent, perhaps the last virtuoso in traditional Japanese painting

Utagawa Yoshifuji, Rabbits as Okaru and Kanpei, 1873

Rabbits as Okaru and Kanpei Japanese, Meiji era, 1873 (Meiji month Artist Utagawa Yoshifuji, Japanese,

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