Hereby presenting an excerpt from On the Laws of Japanese Painting (1911) by Henry P Bowie. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.
“The dot called HAKU YO TEN, being smaller than the pepper dot, with the clove dot (SHO JI TEN) surrounding it. It is a strictly observed rule that none of these dots should interfere with or hide the branches of the trees of which they form part.”
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