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Rimpa painting is perhaps the finest expression of the Japanese genious for decorative style. Although Rimpa literally means "Korin School," today the term refers to the school of painting and other arts that were founded by Tawaraya Sotatsu (fl. 1600-1640) and his contemporary Hon'ami Koetsu (1558-1637), revived by Ogata Korin (1658-1716) and further developed in Edo (present-day Tokyo) by Sakai Hoitsu (1796-1858) and his student Suzuki Kiitsu.

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Quail and Moon

Sakai Doitsu
Color on Silk Scroll
17th Century Japan Rimpa Screen

Birds & Flowers, June Dancing é

Hoitsu
Color on Silk Scroll (Polyptich)
17th Century Japan Rimpa Scroll

Dancing People

Kiitsu
Color on Silk Scroll
19th Century Japan Rimpa Screen

Clams

Kiitsu
Color on Silk Scroll
19th Century Japan Rimpa Screen

Bamboo Fan

Kiitsu
Color on Fan
19th Century Japan Rimpa Fan

Duck

Shiko
Color on Fan
18th Century Japan Rimpa Fan


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