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Fine Horses in Progress / Nishio Shiho - Shunme Yakushin
- Product ID
- Nishio Shiho
A Japanese-style painter. In 1967, born in Gifu. Member of the Tōyō Bijutsukai.
- 600mm x 1860mm
- Roller End Material
- Material of the Work
- Japanese paper
- JPY 25,000
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- In stock
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Since ancient times, the horse has been an essential animal for trade and transportation, as it can carry goods by pulling wagons and carts, as well as people. Owning a large number of horses was, for this reason, considered a symbol of wealth and power. The horse has also been considered a lucky creature for its powerful life force activating people and giving them energy.
This work features a couple of dynamic horses, succinctly depicted by the flowing brushwork of Nishio Shiho, a Japanese-style painter. Even with a small number of brushstrokes, Nishio Shiho has managed to capture the characteristics of the horses to create a sense of dynamism. By writing the word “躍進 Yakushin” on top of the horses painted, the work becomes even more energetic to give the audience a sense of strength.