Calligraphy of "Maple Bridge Night Mooring" by Zhang Zhi, Edo period (1615–1868), ca. 1770 by Ike Taiga (Japanese, 1723–1776) Two-panel folding screen: ink on paper-Translation of Zhang Zhi's poem -"The moon sets, crows sing, and frost fills the sky. Maple trees along the river and fires in fishing boats face me, sleepless with lament. The bell of Cold Mountain Temple (Hanshan-si), outside Suzhou, tolls; At midnight, the sound reaches this boat."
Calligraphy 風 "wind" by KAKINUMA Koji, Japan 柿沼康二
Girl powdering her neck (detail), 1785 - Utamaro Kitagawa
Japanese poem Waka by Ono-no-komachi (calligraphy by mteisi): How invisibly / it changes color in this world, / the flower of the human heart.
Untitled from Taki (waterfall) series by TAWARA Yusaku (1932-2004), Japan: ink on paper
Wu Gaozhong（吴高钟 Chinese, b.1962）悬河Q-18 2012 work on paper via
Fong, Wen (1975). "Summer Mountains: The Timeless Landscape" | Landscape has been the dominant subject in Chinese painting ever since it emerged as the pre-eminent art form of the Northern Sung period (960–1127). Read online or download a PDF of out this out of print Met publication.
ITO Jakuchu (1716-1800), Japan 伊藤若冲
Karukaya, Japan's first illustrated book, circa 1400