Japan Rain, Snow & Art8

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SLIDESHARE LINK: https://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/japan-rain-snow-art8 Thank you! Umbrellas have long been a feature in the daily life of Japan, and in its mirror, Japanese art. Oil-paper umbrellas were a variety invented in China which spread to many neighboring countries. No one knows exactly when umbrellas were invented, but it's thought they came to Japan via Korea during the Asuka period (538-710). At first umbrellas were such a luxury item that they also had spiritual significance. But over the centuries some changes were made, and by the Edo period umbrellas were much more common. Still, a lot of craft went into making umbrellas. Being a common feature of everyday life, and an aesthetically pleasing one at that, umbrellas can be seen in many woodblock prints (https://www.tofugu.com/japan/umbrellas-in-japan/)

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JAPAN Rain, Snow & Art 8

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Ogata Korin (1658 – 1716) Ducks and Snow-Covered Pine Trees The Okada Museum of Art, Hakone

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Kitagawa Utamaro (1750-1806) Fukagawa in the Snow (ca. 1802-06)

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Nakabayashi Chikudō (Japanese, 1776–1853) Herons in the Snow, ca.1840

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Tōensai Kanshi (Japanese, active 1748–1764) Harvesting Bamboo Shoots in Winter Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Sō Shiseki (Japan, 1715–1786) Bird among camellias in snow

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Taku Harata Snowy Mountain Village 2000 Takahashi Shotei (1871 – 1945) Evening Shower at Takaido

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Takahashi Shotei (1871 – 1945) Temple in Rain Takahashi Shotei Peddler in a Snowy Night

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Takahashi Shotei Spring Snow Takahashi Shotei (1871 – 1945) Woman Returning from Bath, ca. 1936 Takahashi Shotei Snow on Mukojima bank 1923

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Takahashi Shotei Night Rain at Asagaya aka Wagon Puller Takahashi Shotei (1871 – 1945) Nihonmatsu in Winter Takahashi Shotei Snow on Mukojima Bank

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Takahashi Shotei (1871 – 1945) Night Shower at Izumi Bridge - Pre earthquake

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Takahashi Shotei (1871 – 1945) Rain on Izumibashi bridge

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Takahashi Shotei (1871 – 1945) Sudden Rain Takahashi Shotei Lady in the Night (small crepe print)

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Takahashi Shotei Night rain at a shrine Takahashi Shotei (1871 – 1945) Pagoda and Trees in the Snow - Harvard Art Museum Takahashi Shotei Five-storied Pagoda, Nikko

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Takeda Shintaro (1886-1957) Snowy Day Five story Pagoda at Ueno Tokuriki Tomikichirō (1902-2000) Kiyomizu Temple In

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Teruhide Kato (1936-2015) Kinkaku-Ji Sekkey ( Kinkaku-Ji in snow)

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Kaii Higashiyama (1908-1999) First snow on Winter flower 1964

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Kaii Higashiyama (1908-1999) Winter

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Kaii Higashiyama (1908-1999) First snow on Kitayama

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Shoko Uemura Red-crowned crane (right)

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Shoko Uemura Red crowned crane (left) Shoko Uemura (1902-2001) Large flakes of snow

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Shoko Uemura (1902-2001) Bamboo Snow Shoko Uemura Spring snow

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Atsushi Uemura (Japan, 1933) Cold Day silkscreen Atsushi Uemura (Japan, 1933) Crane pair

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Atsushi Uemura (Japan, 1933) Redpoll silkscreen Atsushi Uemura Waiting for spring

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Atsushi Uemura (Japan, 1933) Snow Field

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Shufu Miyamoto (Japanese, 1950)

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Shufu Miyamoto (Japanese, 1950)

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Shufu Miyamoto (Japanese, 1950)

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Shufu Miyamoto (Japanese, 1950) Sumio Goto (1930-2016) Snow at Ginkakuji Temple lithograph

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