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Manga, Burkina Faso in Africa

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East Indian Market Stall Batavia East Indian market stall Featured Manga Image

East Indian Market Stall Batavia East Indian market stall

East Indian Market Stall in Batavia, East Indian market stall. A Chinese man buys fruit from a stall managed by Indian women, where all kinds of indigenous fruits are displayed: ramboutan, mangistan, dourian, copra, mangas, grapefruit, pineapple and bananas. A white cockatoo sits on the bamboo fence. Bottom right a paper has been painted with a list of the names of the depicted fruits, fruits, stall, booth (market), ornamental birds: cockatoo, Batavia, Albert Eckhout (attributed to), 1640 - 1666, canvas, oil paint (paint), h 106 cm ? w 174.5 cm d 5 cm w 19 kg

© Artokoloro

The practice spears bear padded tips and each samurai has tucked up his kimono, a precaution taken whenever trouble seemed imminent. Woodblock print, 1817, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai Featured Manga Image

The practice spears bear padded tips and each samurai has tucked up his kimono, a precaution taken whenever trouble seemed imminent. Woodblock print, 1817, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai

SAMURAI AT SPEAR-DRILL, 1817.
The practice spears bear padded tips and each samurai has tucked up his kimono, a precaution taken whenever trouble seemed imminent. Woodblock print, 1817, from the "Manga" of Katsushika Hokusai

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1817, Art, Early, Edo Period, Hokusai, Japanese, Katsushika, Manga, Martial Art, Practice, Samurai, Spear, Warrior, Wood Block

The Setsubun, or casting out of evil, ceremony at the Spring Equinox. Performed against a background of Shinto symbols by a fierce samurai and another character in the role of Evil. Woodblock print, 1816, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai Featured Manga Image

The Setsubun, or casting out of evil, ceremony at the Spring Equinox. Performed against a background of Shinto symbols by a fierce samurai and another character in the role of Evil. Woodblock print, 1816, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai

HOKUSAI: SETSUBUN, 1816.
The Setsubun, or casting out of evil, ceremony at the Spring Equinox. Performed against a background of Shinto symbols by a fierce samurai and another character in the role of Evil. Woodblock print, 1816, from the Manga of Katsushika Hokusai

© none

1816, Art, Cast, Ceremony, Demon, Early, Edo Period, Evil, Exorcism, Exorcist, Fine Art, Hokusai, Japan, Japanese, Katsushika, Manga, Mystic, Mysticism, Occult, Samurai, Setsubun, Spiritual, Warrior, Wood Block