This print of a field of irises in summer by Kamisaka Sekka (1866–1942) is from Momoyogusa (Flowers of a Hundred Worlds), a book of woodblock prints published in 1909 by the Unsōdō publishing house in Kyoto. The book is a beautiful collection of poetry and art in the Japanese ehon tradition which Kamisaka helped to modernize. Sent to study in Glasgow in 1901, Kamisaka was captivated by Art Nouveau and upon returning to Japan sought to incorporate European techniques in traditional Japanese designs. This print is a modern reinterpretation of a famous painting of the same subject by Ogata Kōrin. Our giclée reproduction of this artwork is printed with archival inks.
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