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Described as "Similar to Shotei", c. 1930

Enoki Toshiyuki. Beautiful Monkey drawing.

流星観察 (Meteor Observation), by Toshiyuki Enoki, 1999

If I were a mythical creature, I'd be a phoenix. I always manage to blaze brightly, burn or get burned, then crumble into a pile of ash. Once the embers cool, I always emerge as though given a new life - destined to complete the cycle once again.

Graceful cranes come to life and take flight from the ethereal gardens of a courtesan’s swirling kimono in Haruyo Morita’s “Dance of Cranes.” Rigorously training to be a kimono painter with design master, Hasuki, Morita studied Japanese art and kimono design, and combines these disciplines with a Western-influenced technique. Drawing from the style, flamboyance and drama of traditional Kabuki theater, her luminous, elegant work also contains many culturally symbolic elements.

Enoki Toshiyuki “La calidez de la pintura japonesa” | Trianarts

White to represent spiritual purity. Have an embroidery somewhat like this. So lovely.

Jakuchu Golden Pheasant in the snow view (eclectic gold genealogy), #Japan