RMEBKG81–Japanese white-naped crane (Grus vipio), with open bill
RMKFDJPR–An Pet Owl in a Souvenir Shop in Takasaki city Gunma Japan
RFT2BJF7–Japanese Warbling white-eye bird in garden
RMBA63AJ–Antique Japanese snuff bottle circa 1900
RM2GMXF8F–Leaves and Bird. Artist: Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, 1807-1891); Date: 19th century; Culture: Japan; Medium: Hanging scroll; ink on silk; Dimensions:
RM2CC48AJ–Imao Keinen: Keinen Kacho Gafu (Four Seasons Bird and Flower Albums); Blue Headed Bird. Japan. 1892 Imao Keinen (1845 – 1924) was a Japanese painter a
RFR0ECEE–bird statues in the japanese garden in san francisco california
RM2GJMA20–Courtesan with a long letter on a flying crane. She represents the Chinese immortal Kung Ho who is usually depicted on a crane with a book. With three poems Digitally optimised nineteenth century Japanese woodcut illustration (1800-1805)
RM2BN780T–Cormorant Japanese Style Painting by Peter Sheridan
RF2A3NP3H–Blakinston's owl on japanese postage stamp
RMH6G0D5–Origami paper crane made of original Japanese origami paper in a natural environment setting.
RF2AAD0KM–Japanese dancing red-crowned crane in different poses isolated
RF2HDW415–Large Japanese Bronze Cloisonné Charger With a Ho-o Bird. Diameter 36.5cm
RFWAM0HF–Light gray origami crane on gray background. Tsuru. Japanese art of paper folding. Flat square sheet of paper transferred into finished sculpture.
RFM6N6GG–Dancing Cranes. The red-crowned crane, also called the Japanese crane or Manchurian crane, is a large East Asian cr
RF2BGJ2N4–Vector japanese origami birds of set isolated on white background illustration
RF2G37X96–Japanese leaf warbler (Phylloscopus xanthodryas) in Japan
RF2F3XWKF–Ohara Koson artwork entitled Myna on Magnolia
RFS3ADNT–Bird in Japanese magnolia tree, Osaka, Japan.
RMKFDJWH–An Pet Owl in a Souvenir Shop in Takasaki city Gunma Japan
RMD40CDM–Phoenix from Byohdoh-in Temple on 10000 Yen banknote, Japan, 2004
RF2M1BHWB–A heron bird at the Rakusuien Japanese garden in Fukuoka, Japan
RM2GMWH4B–Bird and Bamboo. Artist: Attributed to Sesshu Toyo (Japanese, 1420-1506); Period: Muromachi period (1392-1573); Culture: Japan; Medium: India ink on
RF2HG3ERD–Japanese medieval painting: Two Bird panels from a screen by Jasoku. Reproduction of book illustration of 1912
RFJ7H2W9–Drawing sketch style illustration of a Basan, Basabasa or Inuhoo, a fowl-like bird in Japanese mythology and folkore that is breathing fire viewed fr
RM2GJMA2J–Heron standing on one leg on snowy pole. Snowy reeds in the background. Digitally optimised nineteenth century Japanese woodcut illustration.
RM2BNCW8W–Cormorant Japanese Style Painting by Peter Sheridan
RMBY79Y4–origami crane as prepared in japanese hotels resting on a pillow
RMH6G0D0–Origami paper crane made of original Japanese origami paper in a natural environment setting.
RF2AAD10D–Japanese dancing red-crowned crane in different poses isolated
RF2H2JA0W–Fine Antique Japanese Kutani Porcelain Dish Decorated With Bird and Flower Scene
RFWAWP9F–Colored origami paper figures on color backgrounds. Crane, rose, frog, sea shell, butterfly on flower and lizard. Japanese paper folding art.
RFM6N6EC–Dancing Cranes. The red-crowned crane, also called the Japanese crane or Manchurian crane, is a large East Asian cr
RFM9TT1W–The red-crowned Japanese dancing crane and white paper origami birds over sunset
RF2G37YG0–Japanese leaf warbler (Phylloscopus xanthodryas) in Japan
RF2GD2HGN–Ohara Koson artwork entitled Cockatoo and Pomegranate.
RM2CDM2DW–Japanese gull (Larus crassirostris), in flight, showing upper wings, Japan
RFHGM685–Japanese crow on a rock
RF2C81JAA–Samurai stands with a sword in his hands against the backdrop of a sunny sunset. Japanese landscape.
RM2E94B7R–Red Bird monument dedicated to author Miekichi Suzuki, Hiroshima, Japan, inscription reads 'I will forever dream, simply as I did in my boyhood, and t
RMH6CD0A–Night fire is used to help cormorant bird catch fish in a traditional form of Japanese fishing, ukai by firelight on Kiso River
RMKNGH2P–Bird and Iris. Artist: Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, Tokyo (Edo) 1797-1858 Tokyo (Edo)); Period: Edo period (1615-1868); Culture: Japan; Medium:
RM2CC48A5–Imao Keinen: Keinen Kacho Gafu (Four Seasons Bird and Flower Albums), Sparrows Date. Japan. 1892 Imao Keinen (1845 – 1924) was a Japanese painter and
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