This work is a dedication to the ancient artist of Japan.
It is a blending of artworks taken from the National Treasures of Japan Collection.
One is from the 13th century and the other is from the 16th century
One piece is:
Emperor_Nijo escaping from the Imperial Palace to the Rokuhara mansion. From “Heiji Monogatari Emaki” (Heiji story illustration scroll) (13th century) (Tokyo Digital Museum).
The background piece is:
English: Birds and flowers of the four seasons (紙本墨画花鳥図, shihon bokuga kachōzu), part of the Paintings on room partitions in the abbot’s quarters (hōjō) (方丈障壁画, hōjō shōhekiga) of Jukō-in (聚光院) of Daitoku-ji (大徳寺), Kyoto, Japan. Ink on paper. This picture shows four of 16 panels on fusuma (sliding doors) in the in the ritual room (室中). The paintings have been designated as National Treasure of Japan in the category paintings. (16th century)
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