Kinu

Kinu

H 80.3cm x W 116.7cm x D 3cm

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She drew this with a feeling of praying because her husband had a serious illness and could die. This woman is female version of Yakuo which appears in Buddhist sciptures. Yakuo is a guardian angel who cures human diseases. This is when she leaves for caring people who have illiness in the morning. Three years have passed since she drew it, and miraculously her husband has taken his life and spends his normal life. Kinu is the meaning of the sun.

  • Style

    Acrylic Gouache

  • Support

    Cloth on Wooden Panel


Artist Information

Yuko Hizume

Hizume likes to draw ladies with classic fashion, nude, knowledgeable, wild and beautiful. Further, in Hizume’s artwork, there are animals around ladies which she thinks that this concept is including appreciation to her mother and animals.
Hizume was raised by only her mother who spent most of the time, energy and knowledge on her. Her mother and animals keep staying at her side to protect her.
When she grew up, she starts to think that why her mother does everything to her and drew it out in her art.

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