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Japan, painting of woman reading

Japan, painting of woman reading


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Filename: 940_18_89022667.jpg

Size: 1774 x 4206 (2.0MB)

Date: 16th March 2014

Source: Universal Images Group (UIG)

Source: De Agostini Picture Library

© DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI

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Japan, painting of woman reading

Nishikawa Sukenobu (1671-1750), Woman Reading

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© DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI

18th Century 18th Century Style Japanese Culture Japanese Script Kimono Listening Looking Up Painted Image Painting Reading Traditional Clothing Two People


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This print from Universal Images Group (UIG) showcases a stunning painting titled "Japan, painting of woman reading" by Nishikawa Sukenobu. Created in the 18th century, this fine art masterpiece beautifully captures the essence of Japanese culture and tradition. In this vertical composition, we see a graceful woman dressed in an exquisite kimono engrossed in her reading. With her sitting posture and eyes looking up, it seems as though she is deeply absorbed in the words on the page or perhaps lost in contemplation. The artist's attention to detail is evident through his meticulous brushstrokes that bring out every fold of her traditional clothing. What makes this artwork even more intriguing is the presence of another figure beside her. Although their faces are not visible, it appears as if they are engaged in a conversation or listening intently to each other. This element adds depth and intrigue to the scene, leaving us wondering about their relationship and what might be transpiring between them. The use of Japanese script within the painting further emphasizes its cultural significance and serves as a reminder of Japan's rich literary heritage. Through this painted image, Nishikawa Sukenobu transports us back to an era where literature held immense importance and women played an integral role in preserving knowledge. Overall, "Japan, painting of woman reading" is not just a mere depiction; it encapsulates centuries-old traditions while inviting viewers into an intimate moment frozen forever on canvas.

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