Ogawa Jihei VII incorporated the technique of Impressionist painting into the garden, shining the changing sunlight onto the ground, swamps, water, and trees beautifully, creating an image of a Japanese woman in the garden. I also thought that each garden might have a geisha or shrine maiden who served as a model. In the same way that Impressionist paintings were strongly influenced by Edo Japanese paintings, Edo Japanese paintings were greatly influenced, and using the same techniques as Impressionists, the garden uses water, trees, grass, moss, etc., whose impressions change depending on the change in sunlight. It seems to depict the inner heart of a woman, and express the affection, softness, obsession, and grudge of a woman's compassion.
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[Camera] CANON EOS R6 Number of recording pixels: 5472 x 3648
[Auxiliary camera] CANON EOS RP Number of recording pixels: 6240×4160
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