Japanese Painting

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Black Cat and Narcissus Artist: Zhu Ling (Chinese, active ca. Period: Qing dynasty Date: century Culture: China Japanese Painting, Chinese Painting, Chinese Art, Art And Illustration, Culture Art, Art Chinois, Art Asiatique, Art Japonais, Japanese Cat

Zhu Ling | Black Cat and Narcissus | China | Qing dynasty (1644–1911) | The Met

Signature: Zhu Ling (upper right); seals: 1 (upper right); 1 (lower left); 2 (lower right)朱齡Inscription: 黃華道人齡寫於袁浦客次Marking: Yunjian Wang Weiyuan jian ding yin; Shangqiu Song shi shou cang tu shu (lower right) She shi zhen cang (lower left) 雲間王渭元鑑定印 商丘宋氏收藏圖書 佘氏珍藏

Tenjō-kudari (天井下), its name means “coming down from the ceiling." so yeah, some of the most terrifying things on earth can be found in Japanese folklore. Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Samurai, Japanese Yokai, Yuki Onna, Japanese Horror, Japanese Monster, Japanese Mythology

A-Yokai-A-Day: Tenjō-kudari | Matthew Meyer

We've seen a lot of animal yokai and legendary beasts so far this month, but today we look at a weird, truly yokai-ish goblin invented by Toriyama Sekien. Tenjō-kudari (天井下) Also known as the ten

Girl and Lover in Snow, early century, by Koikawa Harumasa (Japanese, active Edo period The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY Chinese Painting, Chinese Art, Story Starter, Art Occidental, Art Chinois, Japan Painting, Japanese Illustration, Art Japonais, Japanese Prints

Koikawa Harumasa | Girl and Lover in Snow | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Ogre chanting Buddhist prayer, 1864 by Kawanabe Kyosai (perhaps the last virtuoso in traditional Japanese painting) Japanese Artwork, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japan Illustration, Japanese Yokai, Japanese Monster, Japanese Mythology, Buddhist Prayer, Legends And Myths

Demon with a Buddhist prayer (Oni no nenbutsu), 1864 by Kawanabe Kyōsai

Ogres, or oni, alongside animals and ghosts, were some of Kawanabe Kyōsai’s favourite subjects. They are generally thought of as fierce demons who can be menacing yet humorous in their actions. This oni is collecting donations for a temple and ...

Woman in the Rain at Midnight Driving a Nail into a Tree to Invoke Evil on Her Unfaithful Lover Totoya Hokkei (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Part of an album of woodblock prints (surimono); ink and color on paper Illustrations, Illustration Art, Japon Tokyo, Japanese Woodcut, Japan Painting, Art Japonais, Art Graphique, Japanese Prints, Japan Art

Totoya Hokkei | Woman in the Rain at Midnight Driving a Nail into a Tree to Invoke Evil on Her Unfaithful Lover | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

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Tiger and Magpie Joseon period Korea century CE 3 Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Tiger Rug, Tiger Tiger, Asian Cat, Korean Painting, Korean Art, Traditional Paintings, Josephine Baker

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Photographed at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on the campus of the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. Loan from the Mattielli Collection