Disasters of War: Japanese Peace Crane (2015)
Sculpture by Vincent da Vinci


  • Sculpture, Paper
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  • Size: 11.81 × 11.81 × 0.04 in
  • Signed on the back

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Vincent da Vinci

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Following the 70th Anniversary of Victory in Japan (VJ-Day) on the 15th August 2015, I have produced a Japanese Peace Crane on a Japanese Flag. The Crane in Japan, like the Dove in other Countries, is a symbol of Peace. I have taken this symbolic symbol and superimposed Four Letter Words taken from the conflict between the USA, UK and other countries against Japan during World War II (1939-1945). This is Limited Edition Japanese Peace Crane, and has been Handmade by the Artist by the use of Origami (Japanese art of Paper Folding).

The last image is that of Three initial studies of similar Cranes that depict the White Light on White Paper, Black & White and Grey, Colour images of the Hiroshima & Nagasaki during the attacks in Japan during World War II.

Limited Edition 1 of 10, Printed with 10 Inks on 280g Photo Paper
(Handmade to order, Origami may vary slightly)

Signed and numbered by the Artist on the reverse.

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