I introduce 30 points of watercolor works by Yoshihisa Ito from Kagawa that I described in translucent expression using a picture in watercolors from this museum collection.
Great writer Hermann Hesse got close to nature besides fictionization, and Ito loved nature and sympathized with having painted with watercolors. After liking describing a painting since oneself was childish, and resigning from work, I made a point of doing yard work against a thing and soil and a plant to describe a picture in and sometimes traveled in each place and it was on travel and sketched the scenery that caught eye and expressed it in a picture in watercolors. The pleasure of beauty of nature and describing it reaches it from scenery of the native district that Ito describes and the scenery of various parts of Japan. Please enjoy the charm of the watercolor at this opportunity.
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