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Jakuchu. Carp pair. Japanese painting. Eighteenth century.

Jakuchu. Carp pair. Japanese painting. Eighteenth century.

伊藤若冲 芦雁図 立鶴図. Crane and rooster. Japanese hanging scrolls. Ito Jakuchu. Eighteenth century

伊藤若冲 芦雁図 立鶴図. Crane and rooster. Japanese hanging scrolls. Ito Jakuchu. Eighteenth century

Dancing Carp Koi Fish. So Shiseki (1715 – 1786). Japanese hanging scroll painting.

Dancing Carp Koi Fish. So Shiseki (1715 – 1786). Japanese hanging scroll painting.

ensō (円相) is a japanese word meaning "circle" and a concept strongly associated with zen. ensō is one of the most common subjects of japanese calligraphy even though it is a symbol and not a character. It symbolizes absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and the void; it can also symbolize the japanese aesthetic itself.

ensō (円相) is a japanese word meaning "circle" and a concept strongly associated with zen. ensō is one of the most common subjects of japanese calligraphy even though it is a symbol and not a character. It symbolizes absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and the void; it can also symbolize the japanese aesthetic itself.

Ito jakuchu(伊藤 若冲) ,『菊花(きく)』-「花卉図天井画」.  "Flowers, birds, grasses, and insects each have their own innate spirit. Only after one has actually determined the true nature of this spirit through observation should painting begin." —Itō Jakuchū

Ito jakuchu(伊藤 若冲) ,『菊花(きく)』-「花卉図天井画」. "Flowers, birds, grasses, and insects each have their own innate spirit. Only after one has actually determined the true nature of this spirit through observation should painting begin." —Itō Jakuchū

Detail. Itō Jakuchu. Scroll of vegetable. Japan. Eighteenth century. Muryoji Temple.

Detail. Itō Jakuchu. Scroll of vegetable. Japan. Eighteenth century. Muryoji Temple.

Traditional Culture, Japanese paintings, Japanese art,伊藤若冲,

Traditional Culture, Japanese paintings, Japanese art,伊藤若冲,

Monkeys and Peach Tree. Painted by Ito Jakuchu, Inscription by Hakujun Shoko, 18th century

Monkeys and Peach Tree. Painted by Ito Jakuchu, Inscription by Hakujun Shoko, 18th century

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.

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.

Sparrows in Bamboo, Himejima Chikugai (1840-1928). Japanese scroll painting.

Sparrows in Bamboo, Himejima Chikugai (1840-1928). Japanese scroll painting.

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