From The Surimono Series Suru Ichi [first Of A Set Of Companions] Commissioned By The Taikogawa Poetry Club, An Oharame Wood Cutter And A Child Resting Beside An Ox, The Poem Reads Senkin No Oil Painting - Utagawa Kunimaru

From The Surimono Series Suru Ichi [first Of A Set Of Companions] Commissioned By The Taikogawa Poetry Club, An Oharame Wood Cutter And A Child Resting Beside An Ox, The Poem Reads Senkin No

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    Discover the allure of art with our faithful reproduction of "From The Surimono Series Suru Ichi [first Of A Set Of Companions] Commissioned By The Taikogawa Poetry Club, An Oharame Wood Cutter And A Child Resting Beside An Ox, The Poem Reads Senkin No", originally brought to life by the talented Utagawa Kunimaru. Unlike posters or prints, our hand-painted oil painting breathes an unique sense of depth and texture into your space. Every detail, every stroke, and every texture is meticulously recreated, paying the perfect homage to Utagawa Kunimaru and his artistic vision.

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  • Painting Description

    "From The Surimono Series Suru Ichi [first Of A Set Of Companions] Commissioned By The Taikogawa Poetry Club, An Oharame Wood Cutter And A Child Resting Beside An Ox, The Poem Reads Senkin No" is a notable work by the esteemed Japanese artist Utagawa Kunimaru. This piece is part of the surimono genre, which are privately commissioned woodblock prints often created for special occasions and typically featuring a combination of visual art and poetry. Surimono prints were highly valued for their exquisite craftsmanship and the integration of literary and visual elements, making them a unique cultural artifact of the Edo period.

    Utagawa Kunimaru, a prominent figure in the Utagawa school, was known for his skillful depiction of figures and his ability to convey intricate narratives through his art. In this particular work, Kunimaru illustrates an Oharame woodcutter and a child resting beside an ox, a scene that captures a moment of repose and simplicity in rural life. The Oharame were women from the village of Ohara near Kyoto, known for their distinctive attire and their role in transporting firewood and other goods to the city.

    The accompanying poem, "Senkin No," adds a layer of literary depth to the visual representation. The Taikogawa Poetry Club, which commissioned this piece, was one of many literary societies in Edo-period Japan that celebrated the art of poetry and often collaborated with artists to create surimono. These clubs played a significant role in the cultural life of the time, fostering a community of poets and artists who contributed to the rich tapestry of Japanese art and literature.

    The integration of the poem with the visual scene in Kunimaru's work exemplifies the harmonious blend of text and image that characterizes surimono. Each element enhances the other, creating a multifaceted experience for the viewer. This piece not only showcases Kunimaru's artistic talent but also provides insight into the cultural and social dynamics of the Edo period, reflecting the values and aesthetics of the time.

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