ume no tsuki hana no omote wa gesui nari
facing the blossoms
1803, age 41, lived in Edo near Sumida river.
kyatsuka no tuki ya ume no usu kage
foot light of the moon
pale silhouette of plum blossoms
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natalia san, thank you a lot.
It should be painted as the metod of Smi-e.
But brush work is very difficult for me.
Some gaijins are excellent at the brush . They are Kamome san and Origa san.
I like the ambiance of this picture. I think it expresses the essence of this poem. I know the work of Origa san and enjoy it. Recently I have received her
sumi-e painting "the irises" by mail because I won it as a prize in her Calico Cat Haiku contest.
I've bought several books on
sumi-e, several brushes, suzuri, ink stick, and rice paper. I am still learning bamboo brush stroke. It is hard. But I hope to improve with time.
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