“The Light of the Lotus Moon: The Art and Wisdom of Otagaki Rengetsu”

“Fluttering Merrily” by Otagaki Rengetsu, Japan, 1840s–50s, calligraphy and painting in ink on paper mounted as a hanging scroll; Private Collection, Switzerland

“Fluttering Merrily” by Otagaki Rengetsu, Japan, 1840s–50s, calligraphy and painting in ink on paper mounted as a hanging scroll; Private Collection, Switzerland

Follow the link for an article on the Edo-era Japanese artist and nun, Otagaki Rengetsu, at Buddhistdoor International.

Meher McArthur writes about Rengetsu’s life, and work as a potter, painter, and poet.

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