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Eleven female cranes standing in dry reed bed, c.1700-50 (ink and colours on paper) Featured Image

Eleven female cranes standing in dry reed bed, c.1700-50 (ink and colours on paper)

BL12369 Eleven female cranes standing in dry reed bed, c.1700-50 (ink and colours on paper)
by Korin, Ogata (1658-1716); British Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Part of a screen from the School of Ogata Korin
Attributed to Tatebayashi Kagei
); Japanese, out of copyright

© British Museum, London, UK / Bridgeman Images

And, Birds, Crane, Cranes, Edo, Edo Period, Japan, Japanese, Kagei, Painted, Painting, Panel, Reeds, Rinpa School, Rushes, Screen

Shoki Banner, 1864 (colour woodblock print; surimono) Featured Image

Shoki Banner, 1864 (colour woodblock print; surimono)

5860918 Shoki Banner, 1864 (colour woodblock print; surimono) by Matsukawa, Hanzan (d.1882); 24.8x18.2 cm; The Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA; (add.info.: by Matsukawa Hanzan (d.1882)
The demon slayer Shoki appears on a banner. He wards off attackers. Banners featuring Shoki traditionally appeared at the Boys Day festival, partly to celebrate the boys in a family and partly to guard against disease.)

© Bridgeman Images

A pair of Kakiemon figures of karako each shown casually seated upon a drum, Edo Period, late 17th century (porcelain) Featured Image

A pair of Kakiemon figures of karako each shown casually seated upon a drum, Edo Period, late 17th century (porcelain)

7279517 A pair of Kakiemon figures of karako each shown casually seated upon a drum, Edo Period, late 17th century (porcelain) by Japanese School, (17th century); height: 14.4 cm; Burghley House Collection, Lincolnshire, UK; (add.info.: CER0300 A pair of Kakiemon figures of karako each shown casually seated upon a drum, both hands holding tasselled cords attached to a double gourd bottle slung over their right shoulders, decorated in a Kakiemon palette, the flat bases impressed with gauze marks (one with restored crack around neck, chip to gourd), Edo Period, late 17th Century, 14.4cm high.); Burghley House

© Burghley House / Bridgeman Images


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