Ohara Koson (1877-1945): Bantam Cock, Hen, and Chick

Ohara Koson (1877-1945): Bantam Cock, Hen, and Chick

小原 古邨 Ohara Koson (1877-1945)

小原 古邨 Ohara Koson (1877-1945)

Love roosters . . . This would be look good in my kitchen.

Love roosters . . . This would be look good in my kitchen.

UTAGAWA Kuniyoshi (1797-1861), Japan 歌川 国芳

UTAGAWA Kuniyoshi (1797-1861), Japan 歌川 国芳

葛飾北斎 登り龍

葛飾北斎 登り龍

Tiger, rocks - by Gao Qifeng (1889-1933), China. Lingnan School.

Tiger, rocks - by Gao Qifeng (1889-1933), China. Lingnan School.

伊藤若冲 大鶏雌雄図 1759年

伊藤若冲 大鶏雌雄図 1759年

ITO Jakuchu (1716~1800), Japan 伊藤若冲 老松白鳳図

ITO Jakuchu (1716~1800), Japan 伊藤若冲 老松白鳳図

With protruding horns and barbells and large round eyes staring to its left, the dragon in the monochrome shades of ink looked humorous in spite of its majestic figure. The dragon is called ”Un-ryu(雲龍), a flying dragon in clouds”. It looked stylish as well. It was originally painted in the 16th century by Kaihō Yūshō(海北友松 1533-1615 ) on the four fusumas (sliding partitions), in the Kenninji-temple(建仁寺) in Kyoto. You can see the whole painting here.  A-hum dragons Kenninji-temple in Kyoto

With protruding horns and barbells and large round eyes staring to its left, the dragon in the monochrome shades of ink looked humorous in spite of its majestic figure. The dragon is called ”Un-ryu(雲龍), a flying dragon in clouds”. It looked stylish as well. It was originally painted in the 16th century by Kaihō Yūshō(海北友松 1533-1615 ) on the four fusumas (sliding partitions), in the Kenninji-temple(建仁寺) in Kyoto. You can see the whole painting here. A-hum dragons Kenninji-temple in Kyoto

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