Mice: elegant, nimble, satisfied with little, as we see here. One luscious purple grape will make a feast for this fellow. The last bit of the grape stem twins with the mouse's tail in a loopdeloop of full, soft forms: fruit today becomes mouse tomorrow, you could say. This lovely ink painting, rich in its simplicity, is by Watanabe Shotei (Japenese; 1851-1918). I couldn't find much about him but here's a bit from the British Museum.