Masako Kurokawa

Masako Kurokawa

Dancing Harusame

Mineral Pigments, Pure gold leaf, Platinum foil, Japanese paper, glue
20.89×17.91 in


About the work

She drew a pose in a dance named "Harusame."

Harusame means Spring Rain.

Maiko, who has debuted for less than a year, put "Burabura (hanging ornament)" under "Hanakanzashi (Flower-ornamental hairpin)"

Maiko, who has been debuting for less than a year, only points her lower lip red.

Young Maiko wears a red collar. Her hairstyle is "Wareshinobu."


Her seasonal "Hanakanzashi" is plum (February).

"Hanakanzashi" wone by Maiko expresses the season every month. 

⭕ This Japanese Painting is drawn on Japanese paper with mineral pigments and glue. In areas with solid dryness, the paint may come off, and Japanese paper may tear, so it is necessary to humidify constantly. Also, if the humidity continues to be too high, mold may develop. If you place the picture in a place where there is a significant difference between the outside air and the room temperature, such as near the door, condensation may form inside the acrylic, and mold may form. Avoid direct sunlight and avoid the wind from the air conditioner directly hitting the picture. 

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