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favourite image from Kamisaka Sekka exhibition at the art gallery

favourite image from Kamisaka Sekka exhibition at the art gallery

Kamisaka Sekka | Tea Cabinet with Bamboo | Japan | Taishō period (1912–26) | The Met. In Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art"

Kamisaka Sekka | Tea Cabinet with Bamboo | Japan | Taishō period (1912–26) | The Met. In Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art"

Kamisaka Sekka | “Rice Paddies in Spring” (Haru no tanomo), from Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa) | Japan | Meiji period (1868–1912) | The Met. In Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art"

Kamisaka Sekka | “Rice Paddies in Spring” (Haru no tanomo), from Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa) | Japan | Meiji period (1868–1912) | The Met. In Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art"

Image only. Kamisaka Sekka | The Thirty-six Poetic Immortals | Japan | Taishō period (1912–26) | The Met. This was in the Met's 2012 exhibition: "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art."

Image only. Kamisaka Sekka | The Thirty-six Poetic Immortals | Japan | Taishō period (1912–26) | The Met. This was in the Met's 2012 exhibition: "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art."

The Tale of the Heike (Nakakuni) from Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa), 1910. Kamisaka Sekka (Japanese, 1866–1942). Ink and watercolor.

The Tale of the Heike (Nakakuni) from Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa), 1910. Kamisaka Sekka (Japanese, 1866–1942). Ink and watercolor.

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