Very very close runner-up (to "Winter Moon, Toyama Plain") for my favorite Hasui work. Spring Moon at Ninomiya Beach, Kawase Hasui (Japanese, Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Post Repetition of Form This image gives a sense of unity because of the actual wire pattern is a unified pattern. The added shadow cast by the wire adds an accenting unity to the entire piece, so it seems chaotic at first, but is actually unified.
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