Okumura Togyu “Cherry Blossoms at Daigo-ji Temple” yamatane-museum
Pale Plum Tree
From Wiki: ”Togyū Okumura (奥村 土牛 Okumura Togyū, 18 February 1889 – 25 September 1990) was a famous Japanese modern painter of the nihonga style of watercolour painting. His original name was Yoshizō (義三). The name Togyū referred to a poem from his father who ran a publishing business.
Okumura is characterized by his works which achieve unusual, exquisute quality of colours through the application of the white gofun pigment 100 or 200 times as foundation.”