Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Japanese prints | The British Museum

Yesterday I went and strolled round the British Museum to fill my head with ponderings and beautiful things. There's a fantastic artist's house in the Korea section which I would love to live in, surrounded by all the neutral wonky pots housed in the collection. However, what caught my eye was this print by Tetsuya Noda of the artist's young daughter and son dancing in the apartment of a friend in Kobe. What sheer beauty.

The bare trees of Malet Street were looking particularly stark and lovely, too.

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