Suzuki Harunobu. The Flowers of Beauty in the Floating World

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Suzuki Harunobu. The Flowers of Beauty in the Floating World: Motoura
and Yaezakura of the Minami Yamasakiya. Edo period, 1769.
11 3/8 × 8 1/2”.
Japan.
Bunsei. Landscape. Muromachi period, mid 15th century. 28 3/4 × 13”.
Sesshu. Winter Landscape. Muromachi period, c. 1470s. 18 1/4 × 11 1/2”.
Rock Garden, Ryoanji, Kyoto. Muromachi period. c. 1480.
Himeji Castle. Momoyama period, 1601–1609.
Artist's Rendering of the Kojoin Guest House at Onjoji.
Momoyama period, 1601.
Kano Eitoku. Fusuma. Momoyama period, c. 1563–73. Height 5’ 9 1/8”.
Sen no Rikyu. Taian Tearoom. Momoyama period,1582.
Hon’ami Koetsu. Tea Bowl, called Mount Fuji.
Momoyama-Edo period, early 17th century. Height 3 3/8”.
Ogata Korin. Lacquer Box for Writing Implements.
Edo period, late 17th–early 18th century. 5 5/8 × 10 3/4 × 7 3/4”.
Details of Box Interior and Lid.
Tawaraya Sotatsu. Waves at Matsushima (Screen, Top View).
Edo period, 17th century. Each screen 4’ 9 7/8" × 11’ 8 1/2”.
Tawaraya Sotatsu. Waves at Matsushima (Screen, Bottom View).
Edo period, 17th century. Each screen 4’ 9 7/8" × 11’ 8 1/2”.
Writing Implements.
Nagasawa Rosetsu. Bull and Puppy.
Edo period, late 18th century. 5’ 7 1/4" × 12’ 3”.
Ike Taiga. True View of Kojima Bay.
Edo period, third quarter of 18th century. 39 1/4 × 14 5/8”.
Toshusai Sharaku. Onoe Matsusuke as Matsushita Mikinoshin.
Edo period, 1794–1795. 14 3/16 × 9 11/16”.
Katsushika Hokusai. The Great Wave. Edo period, c. 1831. 9 7/8 × 14 5/8”.
Hakuin Ekaku. Giant Daruma.
Edo period, mid 18th century. 4’ 3 1/2" × 1’ 9 3/4”.
Kosode Robe. Edo period, second half of 18th century to early 19th century.
Height 64 3⁄4”, width 24 1⁄2”, below sleeve, 50” sleeve top.
Large Plate with Leaf Design. Edo period, early 18th century.
Diameter 15 3/8”.
Yokoyama Taikan. Floating Lights. Meiji period, 1909. 56 ½ × 20 1/2”.
Tange Kenzo. Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. Showa period, 1955;
Main building (Center) repaired in Heisei period, 1991; East building (right), the
former Peace Memorial Hall, which first opened in 1955, was rebuilt in June
1994 and attached to the main building..
Eri Sayoko. Ornamental Box: Dancing in the Cosmos. 2006.
Height 33 7/8”; width 6 1/2"; depth 6 1/2”.
Fukami Sueharu. Sky II. Heisei period, c. 1990. 3 × 44 1/8 × 9 1/2”.
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