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- Fujii Tōsui
A Japanese-style painter. In 1939, born in Gifu pref. Pupil of Hasebe Sadako, a member of the Nitten exhibition. Specialized in paintings of flowers & birds and haiga (simple painting praising haiku poetry).
- 600mm x 1200mm
- Roller End Material
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- Japanese Paper
- JPY 35,000
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- In stock
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Fujii Tōsui was born in Gifu Prefecture in 1939. He is a painter who studied under Hasebe Sadako, a member of the Nitten Exhibition, and was good at Kachō-ga (painting of birds and flowers) and Haiga (painting praising haiku).
This work was drawn by Fujii Tōsui based on a poem that was made by Ryōkan, who was a monk in the Edo period and was famous as an artist. The meaning of the poem is as follows.
“I came to your house, counting the flowers blooming in the autumn fields.”
It is a poem that expresses the splendor of the autumn plants in full bloom by saying that Ryōkan reached a friend’s house without knowing since he was counting the countless autumn flowers on the way.
In this work, colorful cosmoses and private houses are drawn by Fujii Tōsui, which truly expresses the world of Ryōkan’s poem. It is a work that you can even feel the scent of the gentle autumn fields.