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I love that image so much. It is so striking and haunting at the same time. I wonder how I could find a print of that.
We have the actual painting in our kitchen, or at least an edition of it, which is where I got the picture. Perhaps I could send you a copy.
That would be so kind, thank you.
You know how crap I am about these things, though. What paper? How would I do it? How would I send it? I will consult with the Duncan.
Wow, haunting is the perfect word for it.
This is the kind of thing that Duncan brings home sometimes from Kamakura antique shops and the like. I love it. He really is the one who buys all the furniture and odds and ends and pictures.
This is one that went STRAIGHT on the wall as I loved its very Japanese ambiguity.
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