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Japan Society 4 Apr 18
Tōhaku who? Scholars and curators only recently determined that Hasegawa Nobuharu and were the same artist through close examination of three 16th c. folding screens from his early work. Our Tōhaku exhibition closes 5/6!
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Japan Society 20 Apr 18
New panel screens and portraits have arrived for our exhibition closing May 6, on view this weekend Fri until 9pm and Sat & Sun 11-5!
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Japan Society 6 Apr 18
Last chance to see these 3 16th century masterpieces, which are only allowed to be shown for 26 days given their delicacy. rotation 1 ends 4/8, and rotation 2 opens 4/12:
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Sutton 25 Apr 18
Today’s theme ! We look at the legacy of , whose work is now on view at in New York. The exhibition is the first devoted to the Japanese painter in the U.S.
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RJG 20 Apr 18
Definitely check out ’s exhibit (and thank you for giving guests a tour!). Gorgeous work that these shots don’t do justice.
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Arts Initiative 7 Mar 18
This week we are featuring as our ! Opening 3/9, the exhibition is not to be missed. Free admission with valid CUID thru !
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Arnab 28 Sep 18
Thank U💐🙏 Gratified to be top in ▶️ It is my earnest endeavor to share with my esteemed & 🎨 🇯🇵
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Eriko Suzuki 🌸 Japanese Lessons in London Sep 16
The Pine Trees screen ( Shōrin-zu byōbu) A pair of six-panel folding screens (byōbu) (around 1595) Zen Buddhist concept of ma (間) and evoking the Japanese wabi (侘) aesthetic of rustic simplicity. Tokyo National Museum National Treasure of Japan, 1952
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marc christmas 23 Sep 18
'Beyond the whisper of the tree' untitled. Folkestone... . I sat me down on the shore. With tragic eyes upon the stars. With my ears unto the sea Folkestone leas cliff
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MJ 17 Mar 18
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阿部 隆  Abe Takashi 27 Mar 19
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Russell Steinert May 13
Wonderful essay "Open Studio - Russell Steinert" by Bard College's Odette Steinert: , photo by David Lawrence Photography, NYC
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美術すき! Aug 26
長谷川等伯(Hasegawa Tōhaku) 龍虎図屏風 1606年(慶長11年) ボストン美術館   
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美術すき! 24 Nov 18
長谷川等伯(Hasegawa Tōhaku) 松林図(右隻)東京国立博物館 国宝  
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美術すき! Aug 26
長谷川等伯(Hasegawa Tōhaku) 楓図壁貼付 1593年頃 智積院(京都市東山)  
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井嶋ナギ 14 Jan 19
今年も新年恒例、長谷川等伯の国宝「松林図屏風」に参拝。能登の千里浜の松林を思い出す。
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おく村★Photography 9 Oct 18
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Sam A. Malek 21 Apr 18
Hasegawa Tohaku "Pine Grove" Screens (1590s)
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Tomasa Zanda 7 Mar 18
"il nero che ha in sé tutti gli altri, che può essere verdastro o grigio, un albero piantato in terra e uno nel cielo, sempre lo stesso e unico albero e al contempo un bosco." /3 , "Scimmie e foresta di bamboo"
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Eriko Suzuki 🌸 Japanese Lessons in London Sep 10
どちらも好きな作品。日本語クラスの生徒にも大人気。 西洋画にはあまりない「簡潔な美」 Left: () by (, 1760-1849) Right: The Pine Trees screen ( Shōrin-zu byōbu, around 1595) by a Japanese artist (, 1539-1610).
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