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A Mandarin duck is pictured at a park in Santander, Spain Featured Mandarin Duck Print

A Mandarin duck is pictured at a park in Santander, Spain

A Mandarin duck, also known as the Aix galericulata, is pictured at a park in Santander, northern Spain, October 21, 2005. The same H5N1 strain of birdflu that has caused the deaths of more than 60 people in Asia and has led to the destruction of millions of poultry, has been discovered in Romania and Turkey. The Spanish government said on Tuesday it will buy between six and 10 million doses of an antiviral drug to fend off the bird flu pandemic. REUTERS/Victor Fraile - RP2DSFHZEPAB

Woman Smoking Pipe (colour woodblock print) Featured Mandarin Duck Print

Woman Smoking Pipe (colour woodblock print)

5043749 Woman Smoking Pipe (colour woodblock print) by Harunobu, Suzuki (1725-70); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Geisha smoking, attendant dozing in front of screen painted with mandarin duck and signed: Harunobu, text in cloud above. Signed: Suzuki Harunobu ga.); Japanese, out of copyright

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Mandarin Ducks and Flowering Plants, early or mid-1830s. Creator: Ando Hiroshige (Japanese Featured Mandarin Duck Print

Mandarin Ducks and Flowering Plants, early or mid-1830s. Creator: Ando Hiroshige (Japanese

Mandarin Ducks and Flowering Plants, early or mid-1830s. In Asian painting, ducks are usually shown in pairs because a male and female mate for life. They symbolize fidelity and tranquility. The presence of another duck is suggested here by the gesture of the bird's head. Notice the variety of brushstrokes and ink tones used to depict the duck's plumage. The bird and flower genre is a popular theme in the paintings and prints of the Kelvin Smith Collection. Kachoga, or bird and flower pictures, became popular among collectors in Japan during the 19th century, due in large part to Hiroshige. Although better known for his landscape prints, Hiroshige made several exceptional prints of birds, plants, and animals that reveal his keen observation of nature

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