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Reiji Hiramatsu “Japanese Prayer” (FGR)

Reiji Hiramatsu “Japanese Prayer” (FGR)

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◎Production of each "Frescograph" starts from mixing the ink after receiving your order. Therefore, please allow 8 weeks for production before delivery.

◎For orders from outside Japan, the item will be delivered in an unframed sheet . However, shipping charges are free . Thank you in advance for your understanding.

[Work explanation]
Mt. Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, has been an object of worship for people since ancient times as a sacred mountain where gods and Buddha dwell. In this work, Mt. Fuji is depicted as being filled with many red and white plum blossoms, which represent good luck. Additionally, at the top of the screen, frescograph technology creates a golden sky that looks like it was painted with gold paint. Around Mt. Fuji, the sea is represented by a pattern called ``Seikaiha,'' which is a golden line drawn on a blue background. This painting contains the artist's wish that the good fortune brought by Mt. Fuji will continue to spread over and over again, like the waves that come and go, and that people will live happily and peacefully forever.

・Technique = Frescograph
・Signature = Stamp signature
・Edition = ED100 of each size(Edition number written on the back of the sheet)
・Supervision = Reiji Hiramatsu
・Production = RH STUDIO

*Comes with a certificate of work by Reiji Hiramatsu himself.
*RH STUDIO issue proof hologram sticker pasted on the back of the seat

[About customs duty]
Customs duties may apply when using international shipping. Customs duties are normally the responsibility of the consignee. The presence, amount, and payment method of customs duties will vary depending on the customs office of the receiving country, so we are unable to inform you of these in advance. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

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