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Egrets under Moonlight / Sakurai Kōdō - Gekka Shirasagi Zu
- Product ID
- Sakurai Kōdō
A Japanese-style painter. In 1950, born in Aichi pref. A disciple of Miyake Wakō.
- 600mm x 1860mm
- Roller End Material
- Material of the Work
- JPY 30,000
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- In stock
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A quiet waterside with pretty autumn flowers and grasses, adding colors. In this work, Sakurai Kōdō, who has been attracting attention for his unique style of painting, depicts 2 egrets resting their wings against the falling moonlight. Such an egret, called “noblewoman” for its pure beauty, is a bird of good fortune that has been loved since ancient times for leading people to happiness. The delicate beauty of its pale, pure white feathers, filled with elegance, is fantastically and meticulously expressed in this fine work. The audience can enjoy the exquisite atmosphere of mid-autumn to their hearts’ content.