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This was painted by Natsuko Horinouchi, a Japanese sumi artist who lives in Germany. I love the wind in this painting...only small problem is slightly against the flow of the wind....but could easily see a windswept bonsai to display this this scroll.
The pheasant is a bird that represents the Autumn season, and now would be a good time to display in anticipation of the fall. The cloth selections somewhat go against some principles of designing the cloths of a scroll for a Hyousoushi, but align with bonsai artists ideas for display. I used browns, golds, tans and a taupe to represent the dried out grasses where a pheasant may be hiding during the Fall season. The scroll is completed with old wooden jikusaki which are not lacquered, and a Kincha (Gold Brown) hanging string, which mirrors the color of the Ichimonji (Arabesque)
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