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SPACE- this Japanese painting has an amazing sense of depth.the foreground with all the monster like creatures is dark and more detailed compared to the bridge and mountain in the background.

SPACE- this Japanese painting has an amazing sense of depth.the foreground with all the monster like creatures is dark and more detailed compared to the bridge and mountain in the background.

« Nei simboli o ci entri o non ci entri, e se ci entri ti scombussolano dalle radici »   ( don Leo in  "Bruciare tutto" di Walter Siti )  La BaoFoto: illustrazione di Sabino Profeti da 'Il Principe Infelice' di Tommaso Landolfi, Vallecchi, Firenze 1943 - come riprodotta a pagina 133 di 'Autoritatto nello studio', di Giorgio Agamben, Nottetempo 2017.

« Nei simboli o ci entri o non ci entri, e se ci entri ti scombussolano dalle radici » ( don Leo in "Bruciare tutto" di Walter Siti ) La BaoFoto: illustrazione di Sabino Profeti da 'Il Principe Infelice' di Tommaso Landolfi, Vallecchi, Firenze 1943 - come riprodotta a pagina 133 di 'Autoritatto nello studio', di Giorgio Agamben, Nottetempo 2017.

Sparrow flying away from a barley field, Imanaka Soyu (1886-1959). Japanese scroll painting.

Sparrow flying away from a barley field, Imanaka Soyu (1886-1959). Japanese scroll painting.

KAWAI Gyokudo (1873-1957), Japan 川合玉堂 ) was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter in the nihonga school, active from Meiji through Shōwa period Japan. His real name was Kawai Yoshisaburō. Gyokudō is noted for his polychrome and occasionally monochrome works depicting the mountains and rivers of Japan in the four seasons, with humans and animals shown as part of the natural landscape.

KAWAI Gyokudo (1873-1957), Japan 川合玉堂 ) was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter in the nihonga school, active from Meiji through Shōwa period Japan. His real name was Kawai Yoshisaburō. Gyokudō is noted for his polychrome and occasionally monochrome works depicting the mountains and rivers of Japan in the four seasons, with humans and animals shown as part of the natural landscape.

Spring Evening 1924-1927 Takahashi Shotei , (Japanese, 1870 - 1945) Taisho era Woodblock print; ink and color on paper

Spring Evening 1924-1927 Takahashi Shotei , (Japanese, 1870 - 1945) Taisho era Woodblock print; ink and color on paper

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