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Chestnuts / Yuki Bishū - Kuri
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- Yuki Bishū
A Japanese-style painter. In 1955, born in Gifu Pref. Active in solo exhibitions, which have been held at galleries and department stores.
- 600mm x 1380mm
- Roller End Material
- Material of the Work
- Japanese Paper
- JPY 30,000
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- In stock
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In autumn, the chestnut shells that are moderately colored have large ripe fruits. The theme that symbolizes the fruitful autumn is drawn with bold composition and shades of color unique to Yuki Bishū. On the chestnuts, the haiku poet of the Edo period, Matsuo Bashō, is added. The phrase is as follows.
Looking at the chestnut shells in late autumn, it seems as if they are spreading their hands and holding back the leaving autumn.
The time when the fruitful autumn is over and the cold winter is coming, which coincides with the end of the year in Japan, makes people feel lonely. Looking back on the year, various memories come back, but the combination of the loneliness of the winter and the loneliness of the time that has passed not returning makes us feel that way. It is a magnificent work that sings such a slightly lonely atmosphere of late autumn.