notes on nichiren daishonin’s letter to the brothers
karasu tengu - from: orientalex 2 DESTITUTIS VENTIS REMO ADHIBE If the wind will not serve, take to the oars. --latin proverb “After the Buddha has entered extinction we will honor, embrace, recite...
Yoshitoshi Mount Yoshino Midnight Moon - Tengu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
百人一首之内 大納言経信（1840～1842年） 歌川国芳 When the poet is singing the Japanese poetry, demon appeared sing a Chinese poem
Ox (Ushi): Kidômaru, from the series Heroes Representing the Twelve Animals of the Zodiac (Buyû mitate jûnishi) Japanese about 1840 (Tenpô 11) Artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese, 1797–1861), Publisher Minatoya Kohei (Japanese) DIMENSIONS Chûtanzaku; 35.6 x 12.5 cm (14 x 4 15/16 in.) Currently at the MFA ACCESSION NUMBER 11.16579 MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper
Bakemono Chushingura, Act 2, koban, 1839-1842 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Demon with a Child’s Head, from the series Ghost Tales, 1830/ Katsushika Hokusai, Japanese, color woodblock print
Kappa by Yuko Shimizu White, grey, black, dark olive green, highly tinted pistachio, very light midori, dusky rose or terra cotta (two tints). Maybe do a navy blue too.
Kappa, ca. 1785 by Utamaro Kitagawa
ぬらりひょん『暁斎百鬼画談』河鍋暁斎 Nurarihyon from “Kyosai's One Hundred Scary Illustrated Tales”, KAWANABE Kyosai