Japanese Esthetic Brush Tool Technique, Japanese Artist Katsushika Hokusai’s Inventive Method of Painting Rivers with Autumn Leaves Using a Rooster, and the Japanese Zodiac Resetting Every 60 Years Causing Rebirth

Simulating the point at which a brush or tool with ink runs out is highly prized for its aesthetic beauty in both the art world with traditional Japanese woodblock painting but also in eastern and western calligraphy. The Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai helped push forward the Japanese artistic tradition of painting a river with autumn leaves by painting only blue ink onto a sheet of white paper in front of spectators after which he pulled out a rooster and dipped its feet in red ink. As the ...

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