'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)
£560

'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', French School (Mid 20th Century)

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'Cherry Blossoms in Japan', pencil, ink and gouache on card stock, French School (Mid 20th Century). Cherry blossoms (Sakura) symbolise springtime, a time of renewal and the fleeting nature of life. Their life is very short. After their beauty peaks around two weeks, the blossoms start to fall. During this season in Japan, people have cherry blossom parties with friends, family and colleagues. This custom is called hanami. Hanami literally means 'watching blossoms' and is a tradition that is 1,000 years old. Discovered in Paris, this is a depiction of traditionally-dressed Japanese congregating near an elegant temple whose grounds enjoy an elegant, arched footbridge and many cherry trees in blossom. This artwork is newly framed and glazed (with anti-reflective glass) and is in good overall condition. It has been recently cleaned and preserved by an art restoration professional assuring its condition for decades to come. Please enjoy the many photos accompanying the listing. Upon request a video will be provided.

Dimensions with frame:

H 34.3 cm / 13.5"

W 39.3 cm / 15.5"

Dimensions without frame:

H 22 cm / 8.7"

W 27.5 cm / 10.8"

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