Search the Shop
Browsing: Shop / Fine Art Prints / Panel from Kyōsai's Pictures of 100 Demons: I

Panel from Kyōsai's Pictures of 100 Demons: I

Kawanabe Kyōsai, ca. 1890

Image Size
Paper Type
Premium fine art paper: 100% cotton, acid-free, archival
Frame Type
Museum quality Giclée print
Premium fine art paper, 100% cotton, acid-free, archival
1" border
Image Size: 12" x 7.7" – Total Size: 14" x 9.7"
Change Currency

Panel from "Pictures of One Hundred Demons" by Kawanabe Kyōsai (1831–1889), aka “The Demon of Painting”. Hyakki Yagyō (The Night Parade of One Hundred Demons) is a 1000-plus-year-old Japanese folkloric tradition, in which a series of demons parades — or explodes — into the ordinary human world. Kyōsai’s contribution to the tradition was, according to the Metropolitan Museum of Art website, one of the artist’s most popular volumes, offering “a spectacular visual encyclopedia of supernatural creatures of premodern Japanese folklore”. (Source: The Metropolitan Museum)

Sign Up for Our Newsletter!
The latest wonders from the site to your inbox.
Once every two weeks.
You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the provided link in our emails.