Long-eared owl on bare tree branch (1900 - 1930)

Technique: Giclée quality print
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More about this artwork

In the painting, a long-eared owl is perched solemnly on a twisted, leafless tree branch. The owl’s intense eyes dominate its face, framed by distinct, feathery ear tufts and a mottled pattern of brown and white feathers across its body. The background is a subdued gradient of grey, suggesting a misty, serene nighttime. A slender crescent moon hangs low in the sky, casting a gentle, silvery light that softly illuminates the scene. Delicate, bare branches reach into the ambiance, partially obscured by the fog.


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Ohara Koson was a Japanese painter and woodblock print designer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, part of the shin-hanga movement. Ohara Koson was famous as a master of kachō-e designs.