Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), dated 1868 | Eight-panel screen, ink, color, and gold on silk
painting, the king’s presence is symbolized by the empty throne in front of the Sun, Moon and Five Peaks ... rather than by the official event planning bureau. Seven versions of this screen were painted in 1869 to ... royal banquet paintings had become codified and were mostly executed in a screen format with eight or ...
16th century | Hanging scroll; ink and light color on paper
Gakuo's style is also notable in the preoccupation with atmospheric voids, isolation of peaks within the ... except that of country people, reflect ideals familiar in Western literature and paintings of the ... Geography:  Japan Artwork Dimensions:  Image: 32 3/4 × 15 3/8 in. (83.19 × 39.05 cm); Mount: 66 1/2 × 20 1/8 ...
Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), 19th century | Panel, ink and color on cotton
expression, contributing to the genial atmosphere of the painting. Although wild tigers are no longer found in ... Yeongja. “The Meaning of Tiger, Background, and Other Instruments Found in Mountain God Painting [Sansindo ... Classification:  Paintings Location Taxonomy:  Pavilion for Japanese Art Floor 1 Room 104 Location Search Tag:  ...
(Inrō) second half of 18th century; (Netsuke) first half of 19th century; (Ojime) no date | (Inrō) Togidashi maki-e lacquer; (Netsuke) wood, gold maki-e lacquer, abalone shell; (Ojime) tri-lobed metal
a painting or woodblock print, and allows for a feeling of depth and atmosphere. The artist of the ... represented in the Etsuko and Joe Price collection, displayed seasonally at the Pavilion for Japanese Art. ... Bibliographic Entry:  Singer, Robert T., and Kawai Masatomo, editors.<em> The Life of Animals in Japanese ...