Lines that Create Shapes in Japanese Culture    

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Japanese artwork by Japanese artists and artwork of Japanese culture.

Recesses of Shiobara, YAMAMOTO, Shunkyo, 1909, From the collection of: The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Nara-Ehon (Nara Picture Books): Hitomotogiku (vol. 2), Artist Unknown, From the collection of: Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Sights in and around Kyoto, Unknown, 1615-1624, Original Source: Bureau of Public Enterprise Shimane Prefectural Government/Deposited in Shimane Art Museum
Producing Tiles at Imado, Aōdō Denzen, 1800 - 1810, From the collection of: Kobe City Museum
Shokoku Meikyo Kiran-Ashikaga Gyodozan Kumo no Kakehashi, Artist: Katsushika Hokusai, -1/1, From the collection of: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Hana Zukushi Mitate Fukurokuju Kotobuki Kiku, Artist: Utagawa Hiroshige, -1/1, From the collection of: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Study for "Ukon Takayama", Wall Painting in Tamatsukuri Cathedral, Osaka, Domoto Insho, 1962, From the collection of: Kyoto Prefectural Domoto-Insho Museum of Fine Arts
Sumida River behind the Imado Klin, Aōdō Denzen, Early 19th century, From the collection of: Kobe City Museum
View of Ryogoku Bridge, Shiba Kōkan, 1787, From the collection of: Kobe City Museum
Cherry Blossoms at Daigo-ji Temple, Okumura Togyū, 1972, From the collection of: Yamatane Museum of Art
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