Description: JAPANESE ART. ARTIST DEMONSTRATES WATER COLOR TECHNIQUE, PREPARING INKS, ARTIST WITH ART DISPLAY. RUBBING CHARCOAL ON WET STONE. ADULT STUDENTS WATCH. INSTANTLY CREATES PICTURES. RICE PAPER. PAINT BRUSH. ANIMAL PICTURES. ARTIST STANDS BY PAINTINGS ON WALL. MUSEUM OF ART IN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. TINY CARVED FIGURES. DISPLAY OF JAPANESE ARTS. TWO HOLES FOR DRAWSTRING. MINIATURE. DETAIL. JAPANESE NETSUKE MINIATURES. PEOPLE IN MUSEUM.
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