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The Wind God

Facing the Thunder God, on the other side of the opening screen, The Wind God marches forward with a billowing sail, sharp claws, and an eager grin.

Controlling winds

The inky clouds rear up as if controlled by the Wind God. Who will come out on top in this epic clash of the elements?

Painting on panels

This work has been created on a fusuma (a sliding door). You can see how the work is separated by these panels.

Tarashikomi technique

The clouds are drawn with ink using the 'Tarashikomi' technique and bold brush strokes, giving the screen a complex tone and movement.

Wind God, Suzuki Kiitsu

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From backstage at the Paris Opera to the top of the Taj Mahal

Play your cards right

A child gazes intently into a deck of fortune-telling cards. Hamed Nada's works depict ordinary Egyptian lives, but often include mystical Sufi symbols. Is the child seeking a better fortune?

Feline fortunes

The wise-looking cat seems to know something. Is the cat a fortune-teller, too? Where is it looking?

Strange symbols

The cat's eyes lead us to this hand in the top left of the image. Nada used symbols from the Sufi culture of Islamic mysticism to add depth to his work. This hand is a symbol of good fortune.

Fortune Teller and the Cat, Hamed Nada

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The Phillips Collection, America’s first museum of Modern art, presents one of the world’s most distinguished Impressionist and American Modern art collections.

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Can you guess what they're eating?
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'The potato eaters' by Vincent van Gogh, Van Gogh Museum

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Mr. Magritte's Hat, Wolfgang Lettl, Lettl Collection