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Art on Tuesday: Looking Delighted

This is an ukiyo-e by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi  月岡 芳年 (1839- 1892) of 1888. It is called: Looking Delighted from the Series: 32 Aspects of Women… 56 more words


Art on Tuesday: Evening Snow

Evening Snow at the Edogawa is the title of this ukiyo-e by Kawase Hasui (1882-1957) of 1932. It gives an impression of the early winter as you see the river is not frozen. 37 more words


The largest art installation in the world..

Echigo-Tsumaria Art Triennale, created by Art Front Gallery (A Tokyo based institution) is one of the largest art installations that takes place every three years in Japan, where on average over a half million visitors visit the installation. 76 more words

Art on Tuesday: Viewing the Moon

This ukiyo-e was made by Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信 (1725-1770) in 1767. This woman wears an extraordinary beautiful kimono with flowers on the top kimono, here visible are the long sleeves and a part of the right side. 87 more words


PROPO paint team


“PROPO” is a 3 man paint team in Kanazawa.  The guys, Takuya, Yohei, and Kacchi have been painting together since 2010.  All with their own days jobs and background in architecture and design, they paint everything from indoor and outdoor murals to live paint at clubs in their free time.   312 more words


Art on Tuesday: Chrysanthemum Festival

This ukiyo-e made by Tukioka Yoshitoshi 月岡 芳年 (1839-1892) is showing a geisha at the chrysanthemum festival. It is extremely colorful with its huge flowers. The dressing of the woman is a kimono with maple flowers on it and a decorated shawl neck in red and blue. 41 more words


Art on Tuesday: Looking Smoky

Painting by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi 月岡 芳年 (1839-1892), one of the greatest masters of ukiyo-e art. This picture is part of the series Thirty-two Aspects of Daily Life. 14 more words