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Waves. Nami zu 波図 17th century Attributed to Soga Nichokuan (Japanese, active about 1625–1660)

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Self-Taught Student Photographer Explores Simple Beauty Through Composites

I am Annija Veldre from Latvia, a 21-year-old self-taught artist. I take creative fine art photos and Photoshop manipulations to capture the essence of beauty in the connection of human, nature and animal.

A Ming Dynasty silk and metallic-thread tapestry Chiese dragon medallion; the five-clawed dragon represented the emperor, and grasps a flaming jewel in a symbolic landscape of clouds, waves and mountains. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Scenes from the Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers Unkoku Tôeki (1591–1644) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 17th century Culture: Japan Medium: Pair of six-panel screens; ink and gold on paper

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Pink Ranunculus Floral Art Print by Angela Moulton 8 x 8 inch

Digital print on acid-free fine art paper. Image size is 8 x 8 inches x cm). Comes with small white border. Packaged with stiff backing in a clear sleeve.

Hawk-eagle in a Pine Tree Hawk Shichô zu byôbu 鷙鳥図屏風 Japanese Edo period 17th century Soga Nichokuan (Japanese, active about 1625–1660)