Although Buson sought to emulate Basho, his own poetry is clearly different and versatile. Buson read classics extensively and studied different styles of Chinese and Japanese paintings. Poetry and painting affected each other in his art. His poems were, diversely enough, rich in imagery, clearly depicting fine movements and sensual appearances of things, dynamic with wider landscapes, lyrical, sensitive to human affairs, romantic with hidden stories, graceful, and longingly time-conscious. Buson completed his own style of painting in his later years when he was using the name of Sha-In.
The King of Hell's Mouth
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- Autor: Yosa BusonEnglische Fassung: Bob WhileGraphisches Design und Layout: ElgAFormat:13x10 cm,Hardcover, farbig bedruckt, 30 SeitenErste Auflage: März 2017ISBN: 978-3-943117-94-3