Peace of Mind is a superb gouache and China ink on silk, realized by an anonymous Japanese artist of the XIX century, probably in the second half of the XIX century.
From a series of twelve Japanese erotic silk paintings, wrongly titled "Shunga". Mounted under a yellow cardboard passepartout (37 x 26.8 cm).
Of extraordinary quality and finesse, our ancient Japanese artwork represents a couple of Japanese lovers portrayed in their intimacy and during their sensual encounter, without ever being vulgar, but with extreme elegance.
In excellent conditions, as good as new with an incredible freshness of colors and a really superb technique, this modern artwork still astounds for its refinement, and a particular meticulousness is reserved to the precious fabrics that envelop the two lovers.
12x16 (foglio), 37 x 26.8 (passepartout)