"Peonies in the Wind" Early century, Japan by Hōitsu Sakai Sakai Hōitsu was a Japanese painter of the Rimpa school. He is famous for reviving the style and popularity of Ogata Kōrin, and for creating a number of reproductions of Kōrin's work
very similar layout to this but with vishnu in centre of chest with different hand layout. head/faces of maa kali and maa durga on each side of chest. garuda on stomach with wings cut below chest. rahu on lower stomach.
Asian Koi Art, Japanese carp fish is one of the lucky animals to many Asians. The koi fish means wealth to many Chinese and, often is portrayed in one solo fish, two fishes or nine fishes in Chinese paintings.