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17. 蓮池遊魚図, 若冲 Pond with The Lotus, Jakuchū Square Magnet

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Size
5.1 Cm
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Shape: Square Magnet

Make custom magnets for work and home! Put your favorite image on a square magnet, or customize any existing design for your fridge or file cabinet.

  • 5.1 cm x 5.1 cm (2" x 2")
  • Printed on 100% Recycled Papr.
  • Covered with scratch- and UV-resistant Mylar
  • No minimum ordr.
  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customisable design area measures 5.1 cm x 5.1 cm (2" x 2").
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17. 蓮池遊魚図, 若冲 Pond with The Lotus, Jakuchū Square Magnet
Itō Jakuchū (1716 - 1800) was an Eccentric Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period. Though many of his paintings concern traditionally Japanese subjects, particularly chickens and other birds, his painting style and methods were heavily influenced by Western painting. Many of his otherwise traditional works display a great degree of experimentation with perspective, and with other very modern stylistic elements. Though compared to Soga Shōhaku and other exemplars of the mid-Edo period eccentric painters, Jakuchū is said to have been very calm, restrained, and professional. He held strong ties to Zen Buddhist ideals, and was considered a lay brother (koji); but he was also keenly aware of his role within a Kyoto society that was becoming increasingly commercial.
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