The painting is in reasonable condition consistent with great age with some marks and crease are are ...
Shūbun was a Japanese Zen Buddhist monk and painter of the Muromachi period (approximately 1336 to 1573). Shūbun is considered to be the founder ...
Watanabe Kazan (1793–1841) was a Japanese painter, scholar and statesman member of the samurai class. In his early life, Kazan was heavily influenced by the artistic styles of the west, forming a unique style with elements of Japanese and European art. Like many other Edo-period artists, Kazan painted realistic portraits of his...
Kanō Motonobu (1476-1559) was a Japanese painter active during Sengoku period, the Age of Civil Wars(1467 – c. 1603). He was a member of the Kanō school of painting. Through his political connections, patronage, organization, and influence he was able to make...
Top Size: W 9 1/2” x H 5 1/8” (W24cm x H13cm)
Stand (Wave): W 5 7/8 (W15cm)
The piece is in very g...
The origin of Miyoshi dolls is said to date back to 1630, when Chuemon Osaki came to Miyoshi, found some good clay in Yamaga (now Yamaga-cho, Miyoshi ...
Some light marks and insignificant foxing present on the painting, and some light marks crease, and foxing are present on the mounting itself due to its great age, otherwise the piece is in very good condition. It is accompanied by a paulownia wood storage box.
W10 1/4” x H 10 5/8”(W 26cm x L 27cm)
H 5” x L 10 1/4” x W 5 7/8 (H 13.5cm x L 26.0cm x W15cm)
It reads, ; takotsubo ya hakanaki yume o natsu no tsuki
an octopus pot ---
It is in good condition with patina. A highly decorative piece.
Painting: 20 7/8” x 43” (53.0cm x 109.0cm)
Scroll: 26” x 76 1/2” (66.0cm x 194.0cm)...
H 8 7/8” x W 9 3/4” x D 8 3/8” (H 22.5cm x W 24.5cm x D 21.0cm)
It is in very good condition.
L 34 3/8” ...
There are some light marks and crease present, otherwise the piece is in good condition. It is accompanied by a paulownia wood storage...