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© Kazuha Fukami

1000: Artemis (Kazuha)

Artemis is the Greek goddess of the hunt, and Kazuha shows her on the point of drawing a new arrow from her quiver.

The artist Kazuha Fukami has produced a series of fantasy images of swirling figures, mostly women, some with swords, some not. According to her own website ( she was born in Tokushima (on the island of Shikoku) in June of 198x, and likes polar bears, cows, natural minerals and more.

This is almost certainly a brush name: the family name Fukami means "deep-well", and Kazuha ("ten-thousand leaves") is an alternative reading of the name attached to the famous collection of ancient Japanese poems, Man'yōshū.

* This puzzle has TINY pieces!

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A Beverly puzzle: 1000 pieces; 26 x 38 cm (10" x 15")
Code: BM81817 (M81-817 on box)
Retail price ¥2000

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