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Three Cranes Flying in a Misty Landscape Bookmark


Published with: The Walters Art Museum

Unknown artist (Japanese) Three Cranes Flying in a Misty Landscape (detail), 19th century In Japanese culture, cranes have long been known as “the bird of happiness.” Cranes preen and—with seeming joy—dance to attract a mate. These elegant birds generally pair for life and can live for many decades, thus making the crane an auspicious motif for a wedding or for household decoration. Their portrayal in art often symbolizes fidelity, prosperity, good health, peace, and longevity.
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Published with The Walters Art Museum

Size: 2.25 x 7.25 in.

ISBN 9780764975134