The uki-yo and Edo period was a time where Japanese artists developed a fine eye for depicting the natural world. These series of artworks illustrated the beautiful scenery of mountains, birds, and flowers. Artists used woodblock prints to create colorful landscapes. Hokusai was a major artist who created romantic and somewhat sentimental landscapes. I find these extremely thought provoking. They depict everyday life of the people at this time. The print titled The Great Wave of Kanagawa is my favorite example of this. My curatorial vision is a series of works that feature japanese landscapes and each artists' ability to portray its beautiful scenery and nature. cua<https: / /en.wikipedia.org /wiki /shugend%c5%8d.> April 1 2016. Web.(metmuseum.org)https://japaneselandscape.wordpress.com/literati/literati-themes/sesshu-summer-landscape-and-winter-landscape/)> April 1 2016. Web. >(https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/asset-viewer/screen-depicting-musashino-plains) April 1 2016. Web.