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Itô Jakuchû  (Japanese, 1716–1800) | Hen and Rooster with Grapevine, Edo period (1615–1868), 1792,  Hanging scroll; ink and colour on silk. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.

伊藤若沖筆 葡萄双鶏図 Hen and Rooster with Grapevine Artist: Itō Jakuchū (Japanese, Period: Edo period

ITO Jakuchu (1716~1800), Japan

pmikos: “ From Wikipedia: Itō Jakuchū (伊藤 若冲?, was a Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period when Japan had closed its doors to the outside world. Many of his paintings concern traditionally.

i love his paint since i was high school….feel very comfortable when i see it. design, color,and be well composed. everything perfect! he is genius!!!   i want to live here!   i lov…

ITO JAKUCHU

'Pair of Cranes and Morning Sun' by Ito Jakuchu | TEKISUIKEN CULTURAL FOUNDATION

'Beauties of Nature: Rimpa, Jakuchu and Japanese Painting'

"Pair of cranes and the morning sun" by Jakuchu ITO Japan 伊藤若冲:

Ito Jakuchu (Japanese: 1716-1800) - Plum Blossoms and Cranes -

伊藤 若冲 (Ito Jakuchu) - 梅花群鶴図 (scene of Japanese apricot blossoms and cranes) - Mid-Edo Period Century.

ITO Jakuchu (1716-1800), Japan

Perfectly Chaotic ITO Jakuchu Rooster and Hen with Hydrangeas. Part of the series Dōshoku sai-e. Japan Most of Jakuchū’s works were in the form of hanging scrolls, painted in a combination of Chinese and traditional Japanese methods and.

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