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Dragon and Clouds at the MFA

Wednesday, April 30, 2014 1:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


Phillip Meredith, Higashiyama Kaii Conservator of Japanese Paintings, Asian Conservation, curator and conservator of an extraordinary set of sliding-door paintings,  explained all about the the artist, the MFA’s unparalleled collection of his works, the role of dragons in Japanese culture and details of the two-year conservation process. It is a 35-foot wide, five-foot tall swirl of Dragon and Clouds by the eccentric 18th-century Kyoto artist Soga Shōhaku.

    Thank you, Phillip for your time and extensive explanations and Pauline for organizing.

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