Blossoms from Momoyogusa – Flowers of a Hundred Generations (1909)

Technique: Giclée quality print
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This painting features a serene composition of floral and foliage motifs, cascading gracefully against a textured, tan background. A dark, slender tree branch, bending under its own weight, stretches across the frame, adorned with delicate white blossoms that cluster around its boughs. From this main branch sprout fern-like fronds that exhibit a vibrant green color, elaborately detailed, suggesting a soft, feathery texture. The white flowers are simple yet elegant, with each petal distinctly rendered, radiating a sense of gentle beauty and tranquility.


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Kamisaka Sekka was an important artistic figure in early twentieth-century Japan. Born in Kyoto to a Samurai family, his talents for art and design were recognized early. He eventually allied himself with the traditional Rinpa school of art. He is considered the last great proponent of this artistic tradition.