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Detail. "Hawk-Eagle in a Pine Tree" or "Birds of Prey" pair of folding screens. Eagle - right screen. Shichô zu byôbu 鷙鳥図屏風 Japanese Edo period 17th century Soga Nichokuan (Japanese, active about 1625–1660)

"Hawk-Eagle in a Pine Tree" or "Birds of Prey" pair of folding screens. Eagle - right screen. Shichô zu byôbu 鷙鳥図屏風 Japanese Edo period century Soga Nichokuan (Japanese, active about

Fukusa embroidery | Main detail of a silk fukusa (gift cloth), late 19th ... | Fukusa

The ground is of dark blue satin embroidered with various shades of gray, light blue, pink, green and yellow silk and gold thread, are two falcons on perches. Lined with red crêpe and with small white silk tassels at the corners.

Great Hawk pine tree / Japanese Hanging Scroll / by Nemoral

Stamped japanese Hanging Scroll Featuring: Great Hawk pine tree Artist: DOJO Scroll Roller Ends: Age: Artwork Condition: Good Handpainted: Silk DIMENSIONS: Length: cm/in Width: cm/in

Eagle Carrying Off a Monkey  Kawanabe Kyôsai  (Japanese, 1831–1889)  Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Color on silk Dimensions: 70 x 33 in. (177.8 x 83.8 cm) Classification: Painting

Eagle Carrying Off a Monkey Kawanabe Kyôsai (Japanese, Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Color on silk Dimensions: 70 x 33 in. x cm) Classification: Painting

Woodblock diptych print, vertical oban format.  An eagle perched on a pine tree, feeding insects to its young in a nest below; the setting sun in the background.

Front:Right Side Woodblock diptych print, vertical oban format. An eagle perched on a pine tree, feeding insects to its young in a nest below; the setting sun in the background.

An eagle perched on a pine tree, feeding insects to its young in a nest below.

Series: None Title: None Size: Kakemono-e (a vertical diptych approximately 28 by 10 inches or 72 by 25 centimeters) Description: A hawk in an old pine tree Date: c.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Album of Hawks and Calligraphy.   Kano Tsunenobu  (Japanese, 1636–1713) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 17th–18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Album of ten paintings; ink and color on silk.

Album of Hawks and Calligraphy Kano Tsunenobu (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Album of ten paintings; ink and color on silk Dimensions: Each leaf: 10 x 9 in.

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