Antique Japanese Scroll Triptych, signed Sumiyoshi Hirosada (1793-1862) , 7th head of the Sumiyoshi line of painters.
Three paintings: One painting is of two men meeting on a mountain path, pines and blossoming plum trees dot the hillside and the rooftops of a fishing village can be seen emerging through the mist. Another scroll depicts a lady seated at her writing table by her pavilion window. Outside, the moon shines above pine covered hills. The third scroll shows a Tori gate and snow dusted blossoming plum trees emerging from a mountain mist. With tomobako.
Dimensions: Total size of each scroll: 72" high x 18 1/4" wide (20 1/2" wide including ends). Size of artwork: 37" high x 13 1/4" wide.
Dates 19th century