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The Mansion in the West (Nishi no tai) from The Tales of Ise--Kajita Hanko, 1870–1917

The Mansion in the West (Nishi no tai) from the series The Tales of Ise Japanese, Late Meiji era, 1903 Kajita Hanko, Japanese,

A little Autumnal mono no aware for your Wednesday in the form of a pattern of swirling maple leaves from Shin-bijutsukai. (1901-1902)

A little Autumnal mono no aware for your Wednesday in the form of a pattern of swirling maple leaves from Shin-bijutsukai.

Yuzen Pool Lake Waves Fine Paper

Yuzen Pool Lake Waves Fine Paper

Japanese decorative papers reflect the superb craftsmanship, design sensibilities and rich variety of the Edo Period - Chiyogami papers are characteristically small dense patterns that w

Japanese Textile Design

Japanese Textile Design

These beautiful prints are salesman's samples of kimono cloth designs. Salespeople would bring these pieces to kimono makers in order to showcase the different patterns available. With its origins as

Shin-Bijutsukai (新美術海) is a Japanese design magazine that was edited by illustrator and designer Korin Furuya . The monthly magazine ran from

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Shin Bijutsukai

Bijutsukai : Free Download & Streaming

Description based on surrogate of: 1901 (monthly issues bound together subsequent to publication)

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