Otomo Gekko (18-19 century)
Japanese painter at middle to late EDO period,born inNagasaki.He was known as a teacher of Mikuma Shikô(1730–94) who was sakura painting artist.Gekko’s painting of kacho-ga and sansui were skillful.
Roller Ends = Bone
Okamoto Shuki (1767-1862)
Studied under Onishi Keisai until his death, he then followed Watanabe Kazan. He lived in Edo (Kyoto) as a retainer of Lord Okubo Odawara until his later years when he served the Doi clan. Shuki is best known for his Kachoga (bird and flower paintings) and painted in a style close to Tsubaki Chinzan and Kanzan
Roller Ends :Tusks of Elephant.
Sato Kumei (1894-1944)
He was born in Nagoya pref.He studied under Nishiyama Suisho.He established AIDO-SHA(art society) with Ishikawa Eiho & Wada Seiu. His paintings were accepted for the art exhibition(Teiten).
Material : Silk.
Hanging Scroll = 196 x 46 cm
Art Work = 120 x 34 cm
Condition : Very good.
Roller Ends : Bone.
A Well Carved Chinese Elephant Ivory
of sage figure with staff and double gourd on wooden stand.
H 22cm.please note that we cannot ship ivory out of the New Zealand, so it must be shipped to someone within the New Zealand .
A good carved ivory handle, intricately
pierced and carved with figures
of demons, elephants, monkeys,
birds, etc on a ground of entwined
tendrils, early 19th Century.please note that we cannot ship ivory out of the New Zealand, so it must be shipped to someone within the New Zealand .
Length 18 cm.
An ivory needle holder, the exterior
intricately carved with dragons and
birds, together with a whalebone
sewing clamp.Length16 cm.
please note that we cannot ship ivory out of the New Zealand, so it must be shipped to someone within the New Zealand .
A Thai Thailand Rattanakosin gilt bronze Buddha late 19th century possibly earlier. The Buddha sits cross legged atop a tiered pedestal cast with a serene face wearing elaborate garments. Back with rings for attachment to a wall as previously used in a temple setting. Measures 5 5/8 inches High X 3 3/4 inches wide X 1 1/2 inches deep. Losses to gilding on surface attesting to its age and tip of flame is gone.