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This reproduction is a new, individually printed and proofed, superior quality, giclee* process, fine art print.

It is printed on 100% cotton rag acid-free, heavyweight fine art paper with a luxurious textured watercolor paper finish and archival pigment inks to ensure permanence.

Image Size: 15 x 8.3 inches, it is printed on larger 18 x 13 inch paper to allow ample room for matting and framing.

Japanese Prints

Black Rooster and Nandina, c. 1760
Ito Jakuchu (1716-1800)

Itō Jakuchū was an eccentric Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period (1757-1767). 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.

Most of Jakuchū's works were in the form of hanging scrolls, painted in a combination of Western and traditional Japanese methods and styles. A very common theme among his work is birds, in particular chickens and roosters, though several of his more famous paintings depict cockatoos, parrots, and phoenixes.

One of his most ambitious and famous works, of which this is one, is known as the "Pictures of the Colorful Realm of Living Beings" . Begun around 1757 and not finished until 1765, the Pictures are a set of thirty hanging scrolls created as a personal offering to the Shōkoku-ji temple. They depict a number of animal subjects with an astonishing degree of detail.

Reproduction - Heavyweight Fine Art Paper, watercolor texture surface & archival pigment inks. Original Medium: Silk, pigment paints & ink

Image Size: 15 x 8.3 inches, it is printed on larger 18 x 13 inch paper to allow ample room for matting and framing.

NOTE: The Da Vinci Art Prints watermark on this image is for computer viewing only and of course NOT on the actual print.

PayPal only please. Prints ship in a heavy protective cardboard tube.

**the giclee process produces a high quality, fine art reproduction from a high-resolution digital file of an image. The file is then printed with a high-resolution photo generation printer on a fine art paper. Most artists and working photographers today use the giclee process to produce reproductions of their original artwork and photographs.

As with any original art or fine art reproduction, it is recommended that prints are framed and displayed under glass to prevent color fade or shift over the years.

Japanese Art. Fine Art Reproduction. Black Rooster and Nandina, c.1760 by Ito Jakuchu. Fine Art Print


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