Artist's description:

The tale of seasons about Soft Sunshine and Fair Rain.

This mixed media painting is inspired by The Tale of Genji, a classic work of Japanese literature written Murasaki Shikibu. Muraski was a noblewoman and lady-in-waiting in the 11th century.
Also I used as inspiration the Japanese painting with rapid brush strokes and light soft tones made from natural pigments. The panels resemble the antique Japanese paper sliding doors, usually painted to depict the landscape or various scenes at the Imperial House of Japan.

- Title: A modern tale of Genji
- Dimensions: 72" x 60" x 1.5" (three panels of 24"x60") - 183 cm x 152 cm x 3.8 cm (three panels of 61 cm x 152 cm)
- Support: Stretched Canvas, ready to hang.
- Medium: Mixed media, graphite, oil sticks, acrylic, polymers.
- Finishing: Two coats of protective gloss varnish are applied to protect the painting from UV rays and dust. The sides of the canvas are painted black.
- Signature: Painting is signed and dated by the artist as well as accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

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Materials used:

acrylic, canvas

A modern tale of Genji - 72"x60" (183 cm x 152 cm) - grey, yellow, orange and black paiting (2016)

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