“Shuugetsu” (autumn moon)
Looks can decieve. Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder and love as we know it is a mere fabrication.
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Aprox. 23,5 x 47 cm (9,2" x 18,5")
Printed on 230 gsm 32,9 x 48,3 (11,6 x 16,5) matt high quality paper.
Limited edition of 50 signed and numbered copies.
Stamped with the artist personal Hanko (red seal).
The Japanese ghost differs from its western counterparts in many ways. One of them is that they are not necessarily bound by a certain place or the time keeping of humans. A Japanese ghost can appear wherever it wishes and at whatever hour pleases it. And if you meet one it is a high probability that you will die from sheer terror by just seeing it.
In "Shuugetsu" swedish painter Senju has created a melancholy, sensual and beautiful female ghost beneath a large and full autumn moon. How can she possibly be dangerous? At her feet, half hidden in the tall autumn grass, lies human skulls in disarray. We do not know who these people were or how their skulls ended up in this place but perhaps your imagination can tell that story...
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