Detail 1: Cranes and deer, Edo period (1615 –1868), by Soga Shohaku (1730–1781). Japan. One of a pair of hanging scrolls; ink and light colors on silk. Courtesy of the Larry Ellison Collection, EX 2013.2.039.1.
Ning Yeh. "Courtship Dance" Dancing cranes symbolizing the sheer ectasy of the dance of courtship http://www.ningyeh.com/gallery/2cranes.php
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Flying Crane - Satoshi Kamiya by Oridziq, via Flickr
The design of this is somewhat complex, but is very elegant to look at. The first thing you notice is the position of the wings, they cause you to look at the bird as though it is about to take off in flight. It is very effective in conceptualizing it's weightlessness.