Nagasawa Rosetsu (長沢蘆雪; 1754–1799), Chinese Children at Play, Edo period. Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink and gold on paper. Mary Griggs Burke Collection, gift of the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation.
Katsushika Hokusai, “Japanese Bellflower and Dragonfly”, from the series “Large Flowers” (about 1833-1835). Woodblock color print, 23,9 x 37,2 cm - Honolulu Museum of Art.
Screen by Japanese artist Sakai Hoitst 酒井抱一
Cranes, Birds and Peonies c.1720. Ma Yuanyu, b. 1669 d.1722. Chinese painter of the Qing Dynasty with style name was 'Fuxi' and renown for bird and flower paintings. Private collection.
Empress Cixi (1835-1908), Peaches. Hanging scroll, ink and colour on silk, 101 x 51.5 cm. (39 3/4 x 20 1/4 in.). Inscribed and signed, with four seals of the artist. Dated jiachen year (1904) of the Guangxu period
A Chinese export painted leather six fold floor screen
CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING OF FLOWER
111. 酒井抱一筆 柿図屏風, The Persimmon Tree - Sakai Hōitsu - Edo period (1816)
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