Blades from Momoyogusa – Flowers of a Hundred Generations (1909–1910)

Technique: Giclée quality print
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The painting shows an array of abstract, stylized vignettes integrated into geometric shards or blades that create a dynamic, fragmented composition. Each blade contains different figures, some of which appear to be characters from traditional Japanese narratives, including samurais and mythological beings. Their garments are richly decorated with various patterns and details, evocatively rendered in a palette that includes muted tones interspersed with vibrant reds, greens, and blacks. Accessories such as fans, swords, and elaborate hats accentuate their outfits. The backgrounds are elegantly minimalistic, often solid or lightly patterned, which focuses attention on the figures themselves. The orientation and arrangement of these shards suggest a breaking or shifting, adding a sense of movement and modernity to the depiction of these traditional characters.


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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.