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2024-02-09 01:50
BY: IKB WIND | February 08th, 2024 TOKYO DANCER (c. 1920) by Hayami Gyoshū. [ABOUT HAYAMI GYOSHU] 1894-1935 Modern Nihonga painter Active during the Revival of the Inten (J… Read More
2024-01-28 20:23
Tsuchizaki, Akita (1928) from the series Souvenirs of Travel III by Hasui KawaseWithin the vastness of the floating world, one perspective stands out for its distinctiveness: that of Ha… Read More
2024-01-22 04:52
Kanze Noh Play (1972) by Ikko Tanaka. Source: MoMAIkko Tanaka (1930 – 2002) was a Japanese grand master of graphic design. At once highly geometric and vibrantly organic, Tanaka’… Read More
2024-01-19 02:52
Mebaru (“Rock Fish, Japanese Sting Fish”) by Bafuku, OhnoOhno Bafuku (1888-1972) was a Japanese shin-hanga painter best known for his inspired naturely art works or sosaku-hanga… Read More
2024-01-15 11:25
Clock and the Beauty II (1964) by Itō ShinsuiItō Shinsui is an expert in beautiful women — or at least in painting them. An icon of the Shin-hanga (modern ukiyo-e) movement… Read More
2024-01-14 22:36
Quinault by Yoshihiko UedaI first became aware of Yoshihiko Ueda after stumbling upon a cover of his photography book, Quinault (1993). I was instantly struck by its dark, ethereal feel &mda&hell…Read More
2023-11-22 20:07
Swallow and Camellia by Itō Jakuchū (c. 1900). Ink and color on paper; Meiji era woodblock print reproduction.I am enraptured by Itō Jakuchū’s art. The stark contra… Read More
2022-11-23 12:26
INKBRUSHMOOD VOL. 1! A Zen, mindfulness, and Japanese art digital zine.Dear Y’all: Long time no type! I hope you’re faring well. Though it’s been a while since I posted, I… Read More
2021-05-07 23:26
“So when we practice zazen, all that exists is the movement of the breathing, but we are aware of this movement. You should not be absent-minded. But to be aware of the movement does n… Read More
2021-05-05 19:38
“Enlightenment is not some good feeling or some particular state of mind. The state of mind that exists when you sit in the right posture is, itself, enlightenment.” –… Read More

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