Shusui

"Musume, Junikagetsu Soroi"
(Girls, 12 Months a Set) Series

(Size: Equivalent to 2 sheets of large-sized Nishiki-e lined up lengthwise)

Having fascinated by Ukiyo-e woodblock prints created in the Edo period, Shusui Taki acquired by himself the techniques of painting, engraving, and printing processes of such prints.
He completed "MusumeCJunikagetsu Soroi" (Girls, 12 Months a Set) Series upon spending 6 years for painting, engraving and printing of these works.
JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL
JANUARY
"Hagoita Renbo"
(Fall in Love with Battledore)
76.5x25.3cm
1983
FEBRUARY
"Koibi"
(In Love with Lantern)
76.4x25.3cm
1984
MARCH
"Musume Ranbu"
(Dancing Girl)
76.4x25.3cm
1983
APRIL
"Shiu"
(Purple Rain)
76.3x25.3cm
1985
MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST
MAY
"Yau no Fuji"
(Wisteria Flowers
in the Night Rain)
76.5x24.8cm
1981
JUNE
"Yuudachi no Kei"
(A Scene of Shower)
76.3x25.3cm
1983
JULY
"Yoi no Ula Ume"
(Ume (a Japanese apricot)
in the evening)
76.6x25.3cm
1982
AUGUST
"Yuugao no Yume"
(Dream of Bottle Gourd)
76.3x25.3cm
1984
SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
SEPTEMBER
"Musume Nadeshiko"
(Girl with Pink)
75.3x24.8cm
1980
OCTOBER
"Yuen no Kaori"
(Perfume of Steam)
76.3x25.3cm
1982
NOVEMBER
"Momiji Bana"
(Flower in Colored Leaves)
76.3x25.6cm
1985
DECEMBER
"Settyuu Koiji"
(Passion in the Snow)
76.0x25.3cm
1982


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