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Shunsō Hishida, Black Cat (Kuroki Neko), 1910, Eisei Bunko (now at Kumamoto Prefectural Art Museum, Japan) 菱田春草

Shunsō Hishida, Black Cat (Kuroki Neko), 1910, Eisei Bunko (now at Kumamoto Prefectural Art Museum, Japan) 菱田春草

Crane and Waves        Nami ni tsuru zu      波に鶴図        Japanese, Edo period, latter half of the 18th to first half of the 19th century      Tsuruzawa Tansen Moriyuki, Japanese, died in 1816    Dimensions      Image: 51.8 x 69.1 cm (20 3/8 x 27 3/16 in.)   Medium or Technique      Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk  Classification      Paintings     Type      Hanging scroll  Catalogue Raisonné      KJM2-Kano-315  Accession Number      11.4382  Not on view

Crane and Waves Nami ni tsuru zu 波に鶴図 Japanese, Edo period, latter half of the 18th to first half of the 19th century Tsuruzawa Tansen Moriyuki, Japanese, died in 1816 Dimensions Image: 51.8 x 69.1 cm (20 3/8 x 27 3/16 in.) Medium or Technique Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk Classification Paintings Type Hanging scroll Catalogue Raisonné KJM2-Kano-315 Accession Number 11.4382 Not on view

Japanese matchbox label.

Japanese matchbox label.

Muramasa Kudo - Cat and Wasp. Muramasa Kudo was born in Japan, 1948. A multi-talented artist, his origins are in Japanese Calligraphy. In his teens he sought tutelage from a Calligraphy master and flourished winning three world titles. From his training he became a painter and a sculptor

Muramasa Kudo - Cat and Wasp. Muramasa Kudo was born in Japan, 1948. A multi-talented artist, his origins are in Japanese Calligraphy. In his teens he sought tutelage from a Calligraphy master and flourished winning three world titles. From his training he became a painter and a sculptor

Kawanabe Kyosai 1886

Kawanabe Kyosai 1886

Pelican Linocut

Pelican Linocut

Pileated WOODPECKER 5 X 7 linocut reproduction block print

Pileated WOODPECKER 5 X 7 linocut reproduction block print

"Crow on Cherry Branch" by Koson

"Crow on Cherry Branch" by Koson

Shrine of the Paper Makers, Fukui by Toshi Yoshida, 1951

Shrine of the Paper Makers, Fukui by Toshi Yoshida, 1951