#35. This Chinese (or at least Chinese-inspired) painting echoes the ephemeral. The forms are so fleeting, the painting becomes a delicate piece that communicates a sort of dark serenity.
there are 9 basic principles that underlie japanese art they are called aesthetics, or concepts that answer the question: what is art? the 9 aesthetics are: wabi-sabi (imperfect), miyabi (elegance, ) shibui (subtle,) Iki (originality), jo-ha-kyu (slow, accelerate, end), yugen (mysterious), geido (discipline and ethics,) enso (the void), kawaii (cute.) pinned from Leslie Miller/Ruby Serben.
長沢蘆雪 Nagasawa Rosetsu 1754–1799 Bamboo and Moon Edo Period (1615-1867 A.D.) Hanging scroll(s), ink on silk cdlib.org . Every day, priests minutely examine the Law And endlessly chant complicated...
parkstepp: “ Koson, “Willow and the Moon,” from the book “Japanese Ghost Paintings: The Sanyutei Encho Collection at Zensho-an” (Perikansha Publishing, 1995), ISBN: 4-48315-0887-X courtesy of A...
Cherry Blossoms and Moon Terasaki Kôgyô Japanese about 1890–1910 Image: 118.8 x 46.2 cm (46 ¾ x 18 3/16 in.) Unmounted; ink and light color on silk Museum of Fine Arts, Boston