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The Japanese temples of Kyoto, the old traditional houses with sliding walls (shoji) and the print museums (ukiyo-e) are impressive sights for all lovers of the Far East.

But, astonishingly, what has made the greatest impression on the author of this book are everyday objects.

They need to be deciphered to be understood. Especially those made by passionate craftsmen, in wood, cast iron, ceramics, bamboo... They are real monuments in miniature. So much so that the best craftsmen are officially recognised as "Living National Treasures".

During her many trips to Japan, Barbara Luel gleaned all kinds of objects: for cooking, for painting her notebooks, for decoration or for the table.


  • Barbara works as an architect in a Brussels office. Whenever she has a free moment, she sets off to draw and paint the world, whether travelling or simply in Belgium. Twice a month, she runs an art workshop in a care home for people with dementia, and gives private drawing lessons.

    Her blog gives practical advice on creativity in general, and drawing and watercolour in particular. She is also very active in the Urban Sketchers community in Belgium.

    She works mainly with ballpoint pen, Indian ink and pencil, combined with watercolour.

Author(s): Barbara Luel Pecheur

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Publisher: Éditions Akinomé

Author(s): Barbara Luel Pecheur

Pages count Book: 136

Published: 5 october 2021

Edition: 1st edition

Interior: Colour

Media: Book

Weight (in grammes): 750

Language(s): French

EAN13 Book: 9791096405404

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