Calligraphy 大道 "main street / great principle" by SUDA Kokuta (1906-1990), Japan 須田剋太
Calligraphy 風 "wind" by KAKINUMA Koji, Japan 柿沼康二
Wu Gaozhong（吴高钟 Chinese, b.1962）悬河Q-18 2012 work on paper via
Japanese poem Waka by Ono-no-komachi (calligraphy by mteisi): How invisibly / it changes color in this world, / the flower of the human heart.
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.
Japanese poems by FUJIWARA no Teika" - As the floating bridge / Of my spring night dream breaks / A bank of clouds parts from the peak / In the dawn sky." (calligraphy by SUZUKI Gyoshou)
Shitao (Zhu Ruoji) (Chinese, 1642–1707). Shuhua, Returning Home, ca. 1695. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. From the P. Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Family, Gift of Wen and Constance Fong, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dillon, 1976 (1976.280a–n) |This work is featured in our “The Art of the Chinese Album” exhibition, on view through March 29, 2015. #AsianArt100
Untitled from Taki (waterfall) series by TAWARA Yusaku (1932-2004), Japan: ink on paper