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Famous Places in Kyoto (Left : Arashiyama), by Maruyama Okyo. Edo period. 18c Pair of 6-panel screens, gold and color on paper. Miho Museum. Japan

Famous Places in Kyoto (Left : Arashiyama), by Maruyama Okyo. Edo period. 18c Pair of 6-panel screens, gold and color on paper. Miho Museum. Japan

Maruyama Okyo. "Tiger" (left screen) from "Tiger and Dragon" pair of two panel Japanese folding screens. 1781. Ink, colors, and gold on paper. Detroit Institute of Art.

Maruyama Okyo. "Tiger" (left screen) from "Tiger and Dragon" pair of two panel Japanese folding screens. 1781. Ink, colors, and gold on paper. Detroit Institute of Art.

Detail. Maruyama Okyo. Fierce Tigers. Left screen of a pair of six panel Japanese folding screens. Private collection.

Detail. Maruyama Okyo. Fierce Tigers. Left screen of a pair of six panel Japanese folding screens. Private collection.

A two-panel Japanese paper screen painted in ink and colour on a buff ground with a lake and ashi (reeds). Seal: Ōkyo no in (seal of Ōkyo). 18th century Edo period Maruyama

A two-panel Japanese paper screen painted in ink and colour on a buff ground with a lake and ashi (reeds). Seal: Ōkyo no in (seal of Ōkyo). 18th century Edo period Maruyama

Maruyama Ōkyo (円山応挙; 1733–1795). Edo period, 1781. Two-panel screen; ink, color, and gold on paper. Donated to the Minneapolis Institute of Art by the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation in 2015

Maruyama Ōkyo (円山応挙; 1733–1795). Edo period, 1781. Two-panel screen; ink, color, and gold on paper. Donated to the Minneapolis Institute of Art by the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation in 2015

Rock and Waves Artist:Maruyama Ōkyo (Japanese, 1733–1795) dated 1773 Culture:Japan Medium:Two-panel folding screen; ink and color on paper

Rock and Waves Artist:Maruyama Ōkyo (Japanese, 1733–1795) dated 1773 Culture:Japan Medium:Two-panel folding screen; ink and color on paper

Daimyo Procession from Yûshô-in. ca. 1800. Japan. Six-panel folding screen; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper

Daimyo Procession from Yûshô-in. ca. 1800. Japan. Six-panel folding screen; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper

Detail. Maruyama Okyo. Fierce Tigers. Left screen of a pair of six panel Japanese folding screens. Private collection. 過去記事より 円山応挙 猛虎図屏風 左隻 個人蔵

Detail. Maruyama Okyo. Fierce Tigers. Left screen of a pair of six panel Japanese folding screens. Private collection. 過去記事より 円山応挙 猛虎図屏風 左隻 個人蔵

Detail. Maruyama Okyo. Puppies among Bamboo in Snow. Japanese folding screen.

Detail. Maruyama Okyo. Puppies among Bamboo in Snow. Japanese folding screen.

Tigers fusuma (Yûko zu, 遊虎図) by Maruyama Ōkyo (円山 応挙, 1733 – 1795). Edo period, 1787. Collection of Kotohira-gu Shrine (Kagawa). Important Cultural Property of Japan.

Tigers fusuma (Yûko zu, 遊虎図) by Maruyama Ōkyo (円山 応挙, 1733 – 1795). Edo period, 1787. Collection of Kotohira-gu Shrine (Kagawa). Important Cultural Property of Japan.

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