Autumn at Nara Park by Kawase Hasui

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Artist Kawase Hasui painted Autumn Nara Park, which portrays the deer who live in a park but never leave even though there are no fences. Japanese students and other tourists enjoy feeding them.

Ito Shinsui's After Washing Her Hair
seaside town / I long to walk / on clouds again

Ito Shinsui (b 1898-d 1972) a famous Japanese artist painted this unknown girl as one of his many paintings or prints of beautiful women known as bijinga in Japanese. I chose this painting because the girl in a summer cotton kimono has such a fresh and pure look.

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One thought on “Autumn at Nara Park by Kawase Hasui”

  1. this so beautiful …..I look forward to following your blog.Hope to meet you one day.
    Pat
    a new sister in law married to Conrad Russell

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