Printed on fresco giclee paper coated with pearl mica
Dimensions: 48.1cm (H) x 39.9cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 18.9" (H) x 15.7" (W) x 0.04" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This work is inspired by the oldest Japanese tale "Taketori Monogatari" (The Tale of the Bamboo-Cutter). At the beginning of the story, the Taketori master discovers a little girl ( Princess Kaguya ) in a glowing bamboo shoot. Keiichiro arranges flowers on bamboo with this scene in mind.
The paper used in the original print consists of a neutral paper and a plaster layer, the surface of which is further coated with its plaster containing mica. The coat solution is carefully applied in three layers. The result is a natural and deep image quality that is full of life. The plaster provides a high degree of preservation.
The surface of each print is sprayed with a varnish to protect it from UV rays.
The print will have a border of approximately 3.5 cm.
A certificate of authenticity is included.
This piece is available in three sizes (small, middle, and large). This is the middle size.
It’s limited to just 1 edition of this size.
Keiichiro reserves the right to produce up to two Artist Proofs of this artwork in addition to the edition numbers.
Based in: Hamamatsu
Keiichiro Muramatsu was born in 1972 in Shizuoka, Japan. He attended a Focal Point professional photography course in Vancouver from 2001 to 2002. After going back to Japan, he established a portrait studio ”The Fourth Avenue Studio” in 2008 in Shizuoka, Japan. He has started to learn “Nageire” (literally, “thrown into”) which is a freer form of flower arrangement, placing innocent wildflowers simply in rough-hewn vessels, from 2013. He also established an atelier for producing his works in 2014.
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