Anja-Maija Koskinen

Anja-Maija Koskinen

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Kimono. Noh Costume 2nd half 18th century  | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Kimono. Noh Costume 2nd half 18th century | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Kitao Shigemasa: Girls dressed as priestesses with horse - Museum of Fine Arts

centuriespast: “ Shinto Priestesses with Sacred Horse 巫女と神馬 Japanese Edo period Attributed to Kitao Shigemasa (Japanese, MFA Boston ”

Katsukawa Shun'ei: - British Museum

Katsukawa Shun'ei: - British Museum

Torii Kiyonaga: Tago Bay, from the series Mount Fuji in the Four Seasons (Shiki no Fuji) - Museum of Fine Arts

Torii Kiyonaga: Tago Bay, from the series Mount Fuji in the Four Seasons (Shiki no Fuji) - Museum of Fine Arts

Torii Kiyonaga: The young girl Gyokkashi Eimo. - Library of Congress

Torii Kiyonaga: The young girl Gyokkashi Eimo. - Library of Congress

Torii Kiyonaga: Kôjimachi, from the series

Torii Kiyonaga: Kôjimachi, from the series

Torii Kiyonaga: Women in Snowy Garden - Museum of Fine Arts

Torii Kiyonaga: Women in Snowy Garden

Torii Kiyonaga: Chinese Boys Flying Kites, No. 5 from the series The Children Say

Torii Kiyonaga: Chinese Boys Flying Kites, No. 5 from the series The Children Say

Torii Kiyonaga: Great Hit! Said the Children, after Seeing Popular Picture Books, and They Imitate the Subjects for TheirPlay, Calligraphy, and Painting (Yodo iu koitsu wa Nippon, Ezoshi wo mite yori sono gwai wo asobu) - Art Institute of Chicago

Torii Kiyonaga: Great Hit! Said the Children, after Seeing Popular Picture Books, and They Imitate the Subjects for TheirPlay, Calligraphy, and Painting (Yodo iu koitsu wa Nippon, Ezoshi wo mite yori sono gwai wo asobu) - Art Institute of Chicago