There’s something slightly alarming in crows dancing in cool winter air. Perhaps, they remind us of faraway black sails and long forgotten adventures.
This painting features minimalistic style inherent to best examples of Japanese art. It reflects traditional Japanese aesthetics, wabi-sabi, that can be described as natural simplicity.
The style used is also known as sumi-e and suibokuga.
Stamp featured on the painting is the author’s “signature”, carved in tensho calligraphy characters.
Materials used: rice paper, Chinese black dry ink and animal hair brush.
Use this file to print out as an instant wall art or greeting card.
You will get an A4 sized jpeg (210x297 mm or 4961x7016 px at 600dpi, RGB) as well as a pdf file to go with it. It can be easily adjusted to print an A3 sized picture.
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