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Settai Komura
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A japanese woodblock print by Settai Komura (c.

Settai Komura

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The concept of negative space has its roots in the Japanese notion of "notan" which is all about the existence of pattern in physical objects and also the pattern of the space within and in between those objects.

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Masao Ido. Zen Garden, Japan. 1983. Woodcut printed in colors
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Woodcut printed in colors

Masao Ido. Zen Garden, Japan. 1983. Woodcut printed in colors

Masao Ido. Zen Garden, Japan. 1983. Woodcut printed in colors
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Rei (Ray) Morimura, "House in Tamugimata," 1999
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Rei (Ray) Morimura, "House in Tamugimata," 1999

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orange color project
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This reminds me of the roofs outside my window in St. Sekiro Jun'ichiro (Japan, Aomori, 1914 - Roofs in Florence, 1959 Color woodblock print

Who knew that roofers could be quilters? And it took an artist to portray it. Kudos to Sekino Jun’ichiro (Japan, Aomori, 1914 - Roofs in Florence, Woodblock Print

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Sugimotodera by Japanese Artist Ray Morimura I have just found his work and I am enjoying it.
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Sugimotodera by Ray Morimura (Tokyo, Woodblock, multi-coloured relief print using oil-based inks, printed on mulberry bark kozo paper

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Sugimotodera by Japanese Artist Ray Morimura I have just found his work and I am enjoying it.

Sugimotodera by Japanese Artist Ray Morimura I have just found his work and I am enjoying it.
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Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) Hatakudari in Shiobara From art-is-art-is-art.tumblr.com
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Ronin Gallery: Konishi, Seiichiro (1919 - ) Title: Evening Shower Medium: Woodblock Print Date: c. 1980
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Browse the largest collection of Asian art and Japanese woodblock prints for sale in the U. at Ronin Gallery. Find the perfect Japanese art piece for you.

Ronin Gallery: Konishi, Seiichiro (1919 - ) Title: Evening Shower Medium: Woodblock Print Date: c. 1980

Ronin Gallery: Konishi, Seiichiro (1919 - ) Title:	Evening Shower Medium:	Woodblock Print Date:	c. 1980

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awakeningfromthedream: “ there are 9 basic principles that underlie japanese art they are called aesthetics, or concepts that answer the question: what is art? the 9 aesthetics are: wabi-sabi (imperfect), miyabi (elegance, ) shibui (subtle,) Iki.

Japanese Art Print "Blooming Cherry Tree at Toshogu Shrine, Ueno" by Kasamatsu Shiro. Shin Hanga and Art Reproductions http://www.amazon.com/dp/B012IC8VBM/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_UCxswb02R0A9Y

Japanese Art Print "Blooming Cherry Tree at Toshogu Shrine, Ueno" by Kasamatsu Shiro

smokethereisfire:  Shiro Kasamatsu / Night in Summer / 1957

Kasamatsu Japanese Woodblock Kasamatsu Shiro - Natsu no Yo (Summer night) - Japanese Woodblock Print Print Fireworks 1957

Japanese artist Morimura Ray is so amazing I don’t even know how to start describing what looking at his art does to me. It is quite pos...

archatlas: “ The Art of Ray Morimura Ray Morimura is a graduate of Tokyo Gakugei University, where he studied oil painting. Originally his works were geometric-style abstractions. But later he was inspired by Shigeru Hatsuyama and Sumio Kawakami, and.

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