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Lumi Mizutani
The other shore by Lumi Mizutani - Japanese landscape painting, gold, pigments

2023

About the Item

The other shore is a unique painting by contemporary artist Lumi Mizutani. The painting is made with pigments, India ink on Japanese cardboard, dimensions are 12.1 × 13.6 cm (4.8 × 5.4 in). The artwork is signed, sold framed and comes with a certificate of authenticity. In this series of figurative paintings, Lumi Mizutani pays homage to Japan and its wonderful landscapes especially those at Higashiyama-ku in Kyoto and Ueno in Tokyo. The artist places a lot of emphasis on nature and trees in her works of art. This series is characterized by the use of India ink and colour pigments together with gold, copper and silver leaf. Lumi Mizutani works on the alchemy between different elements she uses: paper, ink and water. Through the magic play of the materials, Lumi invites the viewer to enter the world of her artworks full of emotion. The artist juggles with the codes by using traditional techniques, on the one hand, and permanently reinventing with her own techniques, on the other.
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