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Konrad Bartelski

Shot in Tsukagie Kogen, Hakuba, Japan.

Limited Edition | Certificate of Authenticity:

  • 72 inches x 40 inches - Edition n° 1/8
  • 60 inches x 34 inches - Edition n° 1/15
  • 48 inches x 27 inches - Edition n° 4/15
  • 36 inches x 20 inches - Edition n° 1/15

These special images are printed on Canson® Infinity Platine Fibre Rag paper (satin) and available as print-only or with Dibond® mounting and fitted with a black or white hardwood tray frame.

£790.00
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Your framed print is protected on all sides by archival foam and is taped meticulously by the specialists at Genesis' London studio, to ensure no damage can occur. Please allow up to 3 weeks for delivery of your framed print.

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Behind the Image

by Konrad Bartelski

Shot in Tsukagie Kogen, Hakuba, Japan.

Revered not only in Japan but also in China, Sesshu Toyo is known as the greatest exponent of sumi-e (ink wash painting), which was founded by his master Tensho Shubun. Even in his lifetime, Sesshu was hailed as the greatest painter of Japan and such has been his impact on Japanese art that for centuries Japanese artists have imitated his style and been influenced by his works.

I have often been mesmerised by the subtle colours and textures that inspired the unique and beautiful of these talented Japanese artists. Frequently, whilst ski touring in the Japanese Alps, I have tried and failed dismally, to capture an image of the delicate tones that were similar to what I thought I could see.

With this image I finally managed to convey the unique and subtle Japanese colours and textures.
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