Hana Fuga (Bell Flowers at Rozanji temple)

Kazuyuki Ohtsu


Amazing print "Hana Fuga" (Bell Flowers at Rozanji temple) is by Kazuyuki Ohtsu. Sheet number 94/200, titled, signed, and dated 2015 in bottom margin in pencil by the artist. The strong texture on thick fine Japanese washi paper. The Very neat atmosphere. This truly beautiful handmade print brings tranquility and relaxation into any room.

Technique: Woodblock
Paper size: 18 inches by 23 and 5/8 inches (46 x 60 cm)
Image size: 15 and 1/8 inches by 20 and 3/4 inches (38.2 x 52.7 cm)
Sheet number: 94/100
Date: 2015
Signed: Signed "Kazuyuki Ohtsu" in pencil by the artist on the bottom.
Condition: Pristine condition. Minor paper crease on the bottom margin which will be easily matted out. 

Rozanji Temple was built in the year 938 on a hill called Funaokayama situated at the northern outskirts of Kyoto by the priest Ganzan Daishi. It is one of the four temples that had an okurodo (a private Buddhist chapel of the imperial family originally located in the Imperial Palace). These temples belonged directly to the Imperial Court as does Rozanji today. The moss and gravel garden at Rozan-ji temple is planted with bellflowers.