Studio: international art — 5.1895

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Japanese IVood-Cawing

Lesson 2.—Hane. Feathers. The ground is
sunk \ inch in the centre, permitting the feathers
to be cut on varying planes.

Lesson 3.—Kiww. Cloud form. A high-reliei
study of conventional character. Very softened
edges.

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Lesson 4.—Mizu. Water form. A conven-
tional rendering of the cresting of a wave. Boldly
treated.

Lesson 5.—Hi. Flame form. A remarkably
crisp and vigorous treatment in characteristic
Japanese convention.

Lesson 6.—Hora. A conch-shell. Carved in
high-relief, the ground being cut away nearly half
an inch.
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