Autumn Moon viewing, or Tsukimi, is a celebrated Japanese pastime and the focus of an annual lunar festival linked to the Harvest moon. A way to give thanks for a good harvest, Tsukimi tracks as far back as the Heian period (794-1185) and hasn’t waned (heh heh) in popularity. Traditions include offerings to the Moon of seasonal produce, snacking on Moon-reminiscent, round rice dumplings, and decorating with susuki, Japanese pampas grass. Could that be susuki in Grasses at full moon, gracefully tracing the curve of that cream-colored celestial satellite? Certainly seems Koson placed them side-by-side for a reason, the familiar symbols of an autumnal festival. The rich washes of earth tones in the flora and the Moon’s buttery hue also bring to mind the nourishing spoils of a successful harvest season ... Read more on the blog!
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Museo Portfolio Rag
10"x8" | edition of 10
14"x11" | edition of 250
20"x16" | edition of 25