Pictorial Monograph of Birds (1885)
Numata Kashu (1838–1901)
Ohara Koson (1877–1945)
Svenska Fåglar (1929)
Utamaro Kitagawa (1753–1806)
The Metropolitan Museum of
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This collection is wonderful if you are a nature and birdlover, a landscaper or gardener seeking to create a Bird Habitat, Zen or Serenity style garden, and for lovers of Japanese art. I find the style and images very soothing and very zen. The paintings would be a colorful resource in illustrating a gardener's digital journal or to decorate a guide to nature-based Asian landscape design, as well as Asian-themed travel logs, menus, and collections of digital Japanese art imagery.
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Japanese Birds and Habitats Woodblock Prints
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