Totoya Hokkei, Japanese (1780 - 1850). FALCON ON PERCH, Print, Surimono, Edo period, 1615-1868, Ink on paper,  Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum.

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Hawk on Perch, from an untitled series of Three Lucky Dreams

Ito Jakuchu. 池辺群虫図 ("Insects at a Pond" or "Insects and Frogs at Pondside.") From the set of thirty Japanese hanging scrolls called "Colorful Realm of Living Beings." Edo period. Eighteenth century. Ink and color on silk. Sannomaru Shōzōkan (The Museum of the Imperial Collections), The Imperial Household Agency, Tokyo.

Jakuchu Ito Ito Jakuchu flora and fauna 綵絵 colorful realm: japanese bird-and-flower paintings Ikebe group insect view Ikebe Gunchu-zu (Insects at a Pond)

Herrn de la Cepede's Naturgeschichte der Amphibien, oder der enerlegenden vierfussigen Thiere und der Schlangen :. Weimar :Verlage des Industrie = Comptoir's,1800-1802..

Herrn De la Cepede’s Naturgeschichte der Amphibien. - mlle ghoul's fairy tales from the shadows

Right panel triptych, 'Strange and Wondrous Immortal Turtles (Kiki myômyô),' 1848, by Japanese artist & master printmaker Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1862). Woodblock print. via kuniyoshi project

Right panel triptych, 'Strange and Wondrous Immortal Turtles (Kiki myômyô),' by Japanese artist & master printmaker Utagawa Kuniyoshi Woodblock print. via kuniyoshi project

Head of a Salmon, Totoya Hokkei

Head of a Salmon Totoya Hokkei (Japanese, Period: Edo period Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper

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