Kanō Shōsen'in (1823 - 1880) was a Japanese painter of the Kanō school. He was also known as Kanō Masanobu (the name of his famous ancestor, the founder of the school) and Kamo Shōsen, and took the gō (art-names) Soshōsei and Shōko.
The piece is in reasonable condition due to its great age with some marks, crease and foxing are present on the painting ...
Shinsui Itō (1898-1972) was the a Nihonga (traditional Japanese painting) painter and ukiyo-e woodblock print artist in Taisho- and Showa-period Japan. He was one of the great names of the shin-hanga (new wood block print) art movement, which revitalized the traditional art after it began to decline with the advent of photography in the early 20th century. His real name was Ito Hajime. One of Ito's works, Yub...
Ito Shinsui (1898－1972)was the pseudonym of a Nihonga painter and ukiyo-e woodblock print artist in Taisho and Showa-period Japan. He was one of the great names of the shin-hanga art movement, which revitalized the traditional art after it began to decline with the advent of photography in the early 20th century. His real name was Ito Hajime.
Kumashiro Yûhi(1693－1773) was born in Nagasaki, the son of an official interpreter of Chinese. He learned painting under Shen Nan-p'in, a prominent Chinese artist from Wu Hsing, who had come to Nagasaki in 1731, and had a great influence on artists in Nagasaki during his stay. He introduced Chinese and Western painting techniques to Kyoto and Edo.
Some foxing is ...
Mitsusada Fujiwara (1738-1806) also known as Mitsusada Tosa was born as the second son of Tosa Mitsuyoshi. In 1754 he was retained as a court painter. In the 1760 he painted fusuma (sliding doors) for the court, and in 1789, when the Kyoto Imperial Palace was remodeled, he again painted fusuma sliding doors. Mitsusada was a highly esteemed painter and is generally considered to have revived th...
The painting is in reasonable condition consistent with great age with some marks and crease are are ...
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...
Top Size: W 9 1/2” x H 5 1/8” (W24cm x H13cm)
Stand (Wave): W 5 7/8 (W15cm)
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 ...
H 5” x L 10 1/4” x W 5 7/8 (H 13.5cm x L 26.0cm x W15cm)
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...
Painting: 22 1/4” x 57 1/8” (56.5cm x 145.0cm)
Scroll: 28” x 77 1/4” (71.0cm x 196.0cm)