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Sam Pryor
Sam Pryor • 2 years ago

Japanese Tosa School album leaf painting depicting Chapter 51 Ukifune (A Boat Upon The Waters) from the “The Tale of Genji” where, Niou takes Ukifune to the Islet of Oranges the scene depicted in gold mist perspective of two figures in a boat with a noble pine tree in the foreground and the rooftop of the castle off in the distance, all painted in ink and mineral pigments on paper with gold leaf clouds and details.

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