KAKEJIKU original Japanese design hand painted on silk with the yuzen technique, depicting a mustard flower.
Kakejiku can have a pictorial or calligraphic theme and are conceived as a decoration, even seasonal and therefore to be changed throughout the
year, for the interiors of Japanese houses.
Kakejiku or kakemono are scrolls that are unfolded and hung vertically, unlike emakimono which unfold horizontally.
Yuzen dyeing is a unique Japanese dyeing technique for kimono dyeing that began in the Edo period.
Painting size: 36.5cm x 23.5cm. Silk,
Roll size: 119cm × 32.5cm. Paper and cloth.
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