Rei Morimura, "Plum Blossoms at Tenmangu, Kameido"
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Inspired by Ando Hiroshige's masterpiece, "Plum Blossoms at Kameido," Rei Morimura pays proper homage to a classic with its vibrant colors, meticulous details, and grand composition. The Tenmangu Shrine at Kameido in Tokyo was originally built in the 17th century in honor of the great poet Sugawara no Michizane. A rare work by Morimura.
Size: Paper (approx. 17” x 23”), image (approx. 12” x 18”)
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Rei Morimura (1948 - ) trained as a painter and became recognized throughout the world for his colorful, modern interpretation of famous landscapes and landmarks in Japan.