Antique Japanese 6-Panel screen with beautiful gold leaf clouds, formations of rocks with overhanging pine trees, various scenes of playful boys in various childish activities. Included with original storage box. Edo period (1615-1868)
Size: 110" L x 37.75" H
Antique Japanese scroll painting, in a Ukiyo-e style of a beautiful geisha woman reading a letter. Signed with unusual red enzo mark. Tomobako (storage box) is included.
Size: (entire scroll) 68" H x 14.5" W (artwork only) 36" H x 11" W
Japanese auspicious omen motifs of hoju (Buddhist precious orb with flame), clam, mallet, and keys of treasure house.
Wild black inking on paper, with sign of ‘Yoshinobu’, in aged condition with expected damages. Edo period, 19th century.
approx. 103 x 75cm (40.55 x 29.52in)
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According to the signature and calligraphy style, tanka poetry on silk composed by Oyodo as ‘tayu' (high ranking courtesan in Edo period) who are well-known as the motif of Kunisada's ukiyoe, - ‘Oyodo of the Daikokuya in Sumi-cho'.
Elegant composition of mounting attached with makie lacquered scroll-ends, with expected damages as stains, holes, and rip. Attached with wooden box. Late Edo period, 19th century. Total: approx...
Antique Japanese 4 panel screen with rooster and hen. This unusual screen has gold lacquered open lattice work backed with the original sheer white silk. A beautiful scene of a blossoming plum tree, yellow daisies and chickens makes up the carved and painted foreground. The bottom portion of each panel is pierced carved and painted with scenes of rocks and cymbidium orchids.
Meiji Period (1868-1912)
Size: 42" high x 60" wide.
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Japanese Buddhist scroll painting of a deity seated on the back of a fu dog, contemplating a scroll of calligraphy. With chop and signature.
18th century Edo period (1603-1868)
Size: (entire scroll) 43" H x 16.25" W (artwork only) 20" H x 12" W
Antique Japanese scroll painting of a young woman with a younger girl , dressed in beautiful flowing kimono and standing below a cherry blossom branch. There are three chops altogether, one is of a very unusual shape of a vase. Beautiful calligraphy along the upper region with artist's signature below in corner. Tomobako is included.
Size: 61" H x 17" W (entire scroll) 33" H x 11.5" W (artwork only)
Very fine large painting by one of the most prominent painters of late edo period , Watanabe Kazan
Great condition with only minor abrasions as seen on the photo
Total Size W101cm xH197cm Painting only W81.5cm x H 140.5 cm
Good condition with only minor damage as seen in the photos.
1793, Watanabe Kazan was born in Edo (old Tokyo) to the poor samurai family .
He studied painting to earn a living, studied Confucianism under Sato Issai, and under Matsuzaki Kodo later on...
Dark and unclear, but "hidden" calligraphy of the seven-characters of ‘Nam-myoho-renge-kyo' (“Glory to the Sutra”) in Nichiren sect mandala writing (*see the picture #7,8,9) handwritten by‘Nichizo’ (1269-1342) as a Buddhist monk
of Nichiren sect in Kamakura period who was the apprentice of ‘Nichiren’ (1222-1282) as the founder of Nichiren sect, certificated by the master priest of ‘Shochuzan' (= Hokekyo-ji temple in Chiba prefecture,
established in 1260 as the mai...
A Fine Japanese Ink & Colour Drawing of Children Playing. Attrib. to Kyosai. Meiji
14 x 11 ins.(35.5 x 27.9 cms) This superb drawing in the Shijo style shows three boys playing with spinning tops. One of the boys is cradling a cat in his arms. Note the look of anticipation in the attitude of the lower boy on the left. He crouches, concentrating, with his hands open waiting for the top to fall over. The trousers of the boy are rendered in ink wash without outline...
Votive Japanese folk art piece of worshipper’s wooden tablet offered for Shinto shrine, called ‘Ema’ (lit. ‘Horse picture’).
Thorough work of painting with one's wish. Taisho period, early 20th century.
The size of Screen: 70” Long x 24” High x 9/16” Thick, when the screen spread. Each panel 35” Long. Beautiful Japanese Byobu screen.. It is all hand painted on Japanese paper. The background where clouds area done in gold leaf works. The painting subject from Genpei Gassen. I pasted the subject below. The painting of each Samurai figures are well excuted. The screen is done from late Edo to early Meiji period, 1850-1870’s...
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Antique Japanese scroll painting of a hexagonal shape, depicting a joyful scene of five small men running and playing around a large, broken jar of sake. A table with a basket, jar, and book sit below a cherry blossom tree in the background. Signed with red chop.
Size: (entire scroll) 45" H x 16.75" W (artwork only) 12" H x 10.5" W
The eccentricity of the paintings by Fukuda
Kodojin resembles that seen in the works of
many other self-taught literati painters in
Japan. Even though Chinese literati ideals
celebrated the concept of amateurism, Chinese
literati painters usually attained near
professional levels of brush technique...
An exquisite two-fold screen (屏風: byobu) dating from the Edo period (1615-1868) made in the Rinpa school style.
The Rinpa school, also known as the Koetsu school, was created at the beginning of the Edo period by two genius artists of that era: Hon’ami Koetsu and Tawaraya Sotatsu...