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Tazaki Sôun, 1815­1898
Album Flower Paintings
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Like most bunjinga artists, Tazaki Sôun studied with many teachers during his long career. This small album, which consists of twenty-three flower paintings, represents the unique and highly personal style he eventually developed. Most of the images in this album are ink monochrome but some, such as this image of a lotus blossom, include touches of color that highlight his expressive brushstrokes.

Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
Gift of Ruth and Sherman Lee, 99. 14.2

 

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