Ryuryukyo Shinsai

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Sekiya, E-awase, and Matsukaze, from the series "The Tale of Genji (Genji monogatari)"
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
Sekiya, E-awase, and Matsukaze, from the series "The Tale of Genji (Genji monogatari)", c. 1819/20
The Jewel Taker (Tamatori), from the series "The Palace of the Dragon King (Ryugu)"
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
The Jewel Taker (Tamatori), from the series "The Palace of the Dragon King (Ryugu)", 1820
Blue Shell (Aogai), from the series "Five Colors (Goshiki no uchi)"
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
Blue Shell (Aogai), from the series "Five Colors (Goshiki no uchi)", c. 1820
Jar, scales and bowl, no. 6 from the series "The Rabbit's Boastful Exploits (Usagi tegarabanashi)"
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
Jar, scales and bowl, no. 6 from the series "The Rabbit's Boastful Exploits (Usagi tegarabanashi)", 1819
Plum blossoms and poet, from an untitled hexaptych depicting a pair of folding screens
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
Plum blossoms and poet, from an untitled hexaptych depicting a pair of folding screens, c. 1825
Landscape and Oharame (a woman from Ohara), from an untitled hexaptych depicting a pair of folding screens
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
Landscape and Oharame (a woman from Ohara), from an untitled hexaptych depicting a pair of folding screens, c. 1825
Bird cage and flowers
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
Bird cage and flowers, early 19th century
Empress Komyo (Komyoko), from the series "Three Beautiful Women (San bijin)"
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
Empress Komyo (Komyoko), from the series "Three Beautiful Women (San bijin)", c. 1820
The Daughter of Tomoyasu (Tomoyasu no musume), from the series "Three Beautiful Women (San bijin)"
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
The Daughter of Tomoyasu (Tomoyasu no musume), from the series "Three Beautiful Women (San bijin)", c. 1820
Yellow (Ki), from the series "Five Colors (Goshiki no uchi)"
Ryuryukyo Shinsai
Japanese, c. 1764-1820
Yellow (Ki), from the series "Five Colors (Goshiki no uchi)", c. 1820
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