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In ancient Japan, a woman named Tomoe Gozen became the first female samurai to join the ranks of the Ona Bugeisha - warriors who fought alongside male samurai in battle. She have lived during the late 12th century, during the Genpei War period in Japan.

Tomoe was not born into a samurai family, but she had a fiery spirit and an innate talent for combat. She trained under a renowned samurai, and her exceptional skills in battle soon became well-known. Despite the constant discrimination she faced as a woman, Tomoe proved to be a fierce and unstoppable warrior.

Tomoe's legacy became a legend, inspiring generations of women to become warriors and to fight for their beliefs; Masako was one of the next generation of Samusais.
Her story lives on, not only in the pages of history but also in the hearts of those who admire her strength and bravery and I wanted honored this story on that painting.

100 x 100 cm

Material: High quality print Hahnemuhle German Etching paper. 

Limited Edition: 7 works + 1 AP ( 22 carats gold leaf and Epoxy on dibond )

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