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    "Cranes and chrysanthemum represent longevity in Japanese culture. Chrysanthemum also symbolizes rejuvenation and nobility. A couple of cranes are happily flying in this painting. I hope that this painting gives the viewers the feelings of peace, joy, and calmness."


    This painting was initially painted for the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC) in 2015. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to honor JCCCNC.


      Watercolor, ink, acrylic on archival paper
      16" x 25" x 1"


      Please note that the watermark on this image is not printed on the original artwork.


      It is currently framed with glass in black wooden frame. For safety purpuses for shipping, the glass may be replaced with Plexiglas when we ship the painting. It will be ready to install with wires behind the frame. 


      Please allow us to ship and deliver your order within 10-15 business days in the US. If you are located outside the US, we will contact you with an estimate shipping time.


      - I would like you to be happy with your order! If this piece isn't working for you, you may return it for store credit within 14 days of receipt. No refunds are available, no exceptions. The shipping cost for return is at your expense. Please email before you ship it back to us.

      - The painting is in perfect condition when shipped. However, if you experience any damage when you received it, please kindly take a few pictures within 48 hours of the arrival and email us at immediately. We will take care of the issue the best we can.

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