Amazing woodblock print "Kyo no Aki - Komyo-ji (2)" (Komyoji temple at autumn, Kyoto) by Kazuyuki Ohtsu. Now out of print. The strong texture on Japanese washi paper. The absolutely dramatic autumn scene with stunning colors.
Paper size: 23 and 3/4 inches by 18 inches (60.5 x 45.5 cm)
Image size: 20 and 3/4 inches by 15 inches (53 x 38 cm)
Sheet number: A.P 10/12
Signed: Signed "Kazuyuki Ohtsu" in pencil by the artist on the bottom.
Condition: Pristine condition
Famous as a temple for viewing autumn leaves, both sides of the stone stairway are colored a brilliant red during late autumn. Komyo-ji was founded in 1175, and is one of the eight head temples of JHODO sect, the major Buddhist denominations, and located in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto. Occasionally, aristocrats and ordinary people got together with the imagination that the Pure Land lies far beyond the sinking sun to pray that they might reborn in the Pure Land