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Japanese Traditional Art

Japanese Traditional Art

Detail. Scenes from the Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers - Unkoku Tōeki - Edo period (17th century). Japanese folding screen. This pair of screens, invoking the Chinese landscape around the Xiao and Xiang Rivers and the traditional couplets associated with its representation, was painted by the second son of Unkoku Tōgan (1547–1618), heir to the artistic legacy and patrons of Sesshû Tōyō (1420–?1506) in western Japan

Detail. Scenes from the Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers - Unkoku Tōeki - Edo period (17th century). Japanese folding screen. This pair of screens, invoking the Chinese landscape around the Xiao and Xiang Rivers and the traditional couplets associated with its representation, was painted by the second son of Unkoku Tōgan (1547–1618), heir to the artistic legacy and patrons of Sesshû Tōyō (1420–?1506) in western Japan

Detail. Blossoming Plum and Camellia in a Garden Landscape. Japanese folding Screen (six-panel). Artist: Koi. Edo period. Freer.

Detail. Blossoming Plum and Camellia in a Garden Landscape. Japanese folding Screen (six-panel). Artist: Koi. Edo period. Freer.

A Thousand Cranes. Kayama Matazō (1927–2004. 1970. One of a pair of six-panel Japanese folding screens National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.

A Thousand Cranes. Kayama Matazō (1927–2004. 1970. One of a pair of six-panel Japanese folding screens National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.

Detail. Japanese Two-Panel Screen "Red Sun and Waves." 1900.

Detail. Japanese Two-Panel Screen "Red Sun and Waves." 1900.

Japanese Two-Panel Screen "Red Sun and Waves." 1900.

Japanese Two-Panel Screen "Red Sun and Waves." 1900.

Egrets, willows, and autumn plants (one of a pair of Japanese folding screens). 柳、秋草に白鷺図屏風. 1700-1800. : Ink and colors on paper. Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

Egrets, willows, and autumn plants (one of a pair of Japanese folding screens). 柳、秋草に白鷺図屏風. 1700-1800. : Ink and colors on paper. Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

Detail. Hirafuku Hyakusui. Morning Dew. One of a pair of Japanese folding screens. 1915. Museum of the Imperial Collections. In the Freer's exhibit on Sotatsu and his influence.

Detail. Hirafuku Hyakusui. Morning Dew. One of a pair of Japanese folding screens. 1915. Museum of the Imperial Collections. In the Freer's exhibit on Sotatsu and his influence.

Detail. Birds and Flowers of Spring and Summer. Edo period (latter half of 17th century). Kano Eino Pair of six-fold Japanese screens. 春夏花鳥図屏風 狩野永納筆. Suntory Museum of Art.

Detail. Birds and Flowers of Spring and Summer. Edo period (latter half of 17th century). Kano Eino Pair of six-fold Japanese screens. 春夏花鳥図屏風 狩野永納筆. Suntory Museum of Art.