Japanese Art

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中原淳一 Junichi Nakahara Kawaii, Illustrators, Oriental, Art Deco, Art, Asian Art, Geisha, Japanese Artists, Japanese Art Styles
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中原淳一 Junichi Nakahara
After the Winter (Fuyu no ato zure)  冬のあとずれ Japanese Taishô–early Shôwa era Style of Nakahara Jun'ichi (Japanese, 1913–1983)  Place of Creation: Japan Retro, Vintage, Manga, Croquis, Japanese Art Modern, Japanese Artwork, Japanese Illustration
After the Winter (Fuyu no ato zure)
After the Winter (Fuyu no ato zure) 冬のあとずれ Japanese Taishô–early Shôwa era Style of Nakahara Jun'ichi (Japanese, 1913–1983) Place of Creation: Japan
Akio Nukaga . . . nice . . . Design, Ceramics, Porcelain, Japanese Ceramics, Ceramic Jugs, Ceramic Jug, Ceramic Vessel, Ceramic Bottle, Ceramic Vases
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Akio Nukaga . . . nice . . .
Hoshi-wajo standing wooden statue. 11th century, Japan Buddha, Ancient Art, Statue, Buddhism, Japanese Culture, Japan Art, Zen Buddhism, Statues, Buddhist Art
Japanese Aesthetics
Hoshi-wajo standing wooden statue. 11th century, Japan
A wood netsuke of an octopus By Jugyoku, Tokyo, Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century Tokyo, Octopus, Sculptures, Japanese Antiques, Japanese Traditional, Japanese, Maneki Neko, Tentacle, Octopus Squid
Bonhams : A wood netsuke of an octopus By Jugyoku, Tokyo, Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century
A wood netsuke of an octopus By Jugyoku, Tokyo, Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century
當代日本漆器 Contemporary Art, Japanese Lacquerware, Japan Design, China Art, Chinese Crafts
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當代日本漆器
Netsuke. Fugu fish. Made of ivory. British Museum. Japanese / Japan Antiques : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest Samurai, Neko, Animaux, Animales, Kunst
Netsuke. Fugu fish. Made of ivory. British Museum. Japanese / Japan Antiques : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest
"Kintsukuroi" is the art of repairing pottery with gold or silver joining the pieces and understanding that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken. Ceramic Pottery, Metal, Pottery, Ceramic Art, Kintsugi, Ceramic Plates, Vessel
11 Beautiful Japanese Words That Don't Exist In English
"Kintsukuroi" is the art of repairing pottery with gold or silver joining the pieces and understanding that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken.
Waterfall - Uehara Konen (1878-1940) Japanese Woodcut, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Chinese Painting, Chinese Art, Japanese Prints
Blue Prints | Waterfall | Uehara Konen
Waterfall - Uehara Konen (1878-1940)
jun inoue ~ http://juninoue.jp/?gallery=new-yellow-01 Artists, Ink, Chinese Ink
JUN INOUE / 井上 純
jun inoue ~ http://juninoue.jp/?gallery=new-yellow-01
Mountain Landscape with Bridge by Odake Chikuha, 1878-1936 Japan Painting & Drawing, Landscape Paintings, Watercolour Paintings, Landscape Art, Landscape, Watercolor Landscape Paintings, Bridge Painting, Watercolor Landscape, Mountain Landscape
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Mountain Landscape with Bridge by Odake Chikuha, 1878-1936 Japan
Kawase Hasui :there is something about woodblock and snowy rainy Japan that gets me Osaka
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Kawase Hasui :there is something about woodblock and snowy rainy Japan that gets me
Watercolour Art, Art Photography, Paintings, Sketches, Art Drawings, Watercolor Art, Art Works, Watercolor Bird
Searching for a nice watercolor blue to paint my California sky - Urban Sketchers
There are 9 basic principles that underlie Japanese art. These are aesthetics that answer the question: what is art? The 9 aesthetics are: wabi-sabi (imperfect), miyabi (elegance, ) shibui (subtle,) Iki (originality), jo-ha-kyu (slow, accelerate, end), yugen (mysterious), geido (discipline and ethics,) enso (the void), kawaii (cute.) pinned from Leslie Miller/Ruby Serben. Graphic Design, Abstract Art, Japanese Design, Poster, Abstract
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There are 9 basic principles that underlie Japanese art. These are aesthetics that answer the question: what is art? The 9 aesthetics are: wabi-sabi (imperfect), miyabi (elegance, ) shibui (subtle,) Iki (originality), jo-ha-kyu (slow, accelerate, end), yugen (mysterious), geido (discipline and ethics,) enso (the void), kawaii (cute.) pinned from Leslie Miller/Ruby Serben.