JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677. He was born in Wakayama pref. He studied painting techniques under Sadahiro Mitani and Shonen Suzuki. He lived in Osaka. Size: 465 mm x 1660 mm. Material of the Main Artwork: Silk. Roller End Material: Bone. What Is the Kakejiku? The kakejiku is a Japanese hanging scroll; it is a work of painting or calligraphy, which is usually mounted with silk fabric edges on flexible backings. The kakejiku can be rolled for storage. When compared to the makimono, which is meant to be unrolled laterally on a flat surface, the kakejiku is intended to be hung against a wall as part of the interior decoration of a room. It is traditionally displayed in the tokonoma alcove of a room, which is especially designed to exhibit prized objects. It can also be displayed in the most important room of the house, where a tea ceremony, or other traditional activities are performed. The kakejiku is also often hung in martial arts rooms called doujou (training rooms). Near the kakejiku, there are often other objects (okimono), such as swords (katana), dolls, bonsai, or flower arrangements (ikebana). An essential aspect of the kakejiku is that it is not intended to be hung permanently; making it versatile in its placement. This means that it can be changed at frequent intervals. One of the pleasures of the kakejiku lies in selecting a suitable one, depending on occasions, guests, and seasons. In contrast to the byoubu (folding screen), shouhekiga (wall paintings), or tsuitate (screen), the kakejiku can be easily and quickly changed to match the season or occasion. In this newly developed architectural style, the Japanese-style room (called washitsu) became a room on whose floor tatami mats are laid, and it contains one special space that is called the tokonoma alcove. The most important feature of the tokonoma is the display of kakejiku. The tokonoma was regarded as a space which connects art and daily life; so landscapes, paintings of flowers and birds, portraits, and poetry became favorite themes. They liked chanoyu (tea ceremonies) very much. Tea ceremonies were usually performed in the room with the tokonoma alcove. A tokonoma architectural style was developed and established in this period. Accompanied with the development of tokonoma style, the techniques of painting and mounting were also developed, because the kakejiku was always displayed in the tokonoma. Moreover, when Sen no Rikyuu mentioned the importance of the kakejiku, the kakejiku became extremely popular among people who were fascinated with tea ceremonies. The peacefulness of the Edo period allowed Japanese culture to reach full maturity. Many famous painters flourished and competed with each other. The kakejiku also became popular among the public. After the Meiji period (1868-), many more painters competed with each other with their techniques, because people became absolutely free to choose their own occupations during this period. Before World War 2, and for a while after that war, most Japanese-style paintings were designed to be decorated on kakejiku. Significance of the Kakejiku: Why Is the Kakejiku Changed? Why is the kakejiku (hanging scroll) replaced? The spirit of the tea ceremony, a traditional Japanese art, affects this Japanese custom deeply. There is a heart of hospitality called omotenashi in a tea ceremony. When Japanese people think about the mood of a tea ceremony, they take a lot into consideration. More specifically, they think about the various techniques they could use to make the mood the best. The kakejiku is displayed to express respect for guests indirectly, and is considered the most important tool in a tea ceremony. Therefore, the kakejiku is replaced depending on the occasions or seasons. The omotenashi heart makes them change the kakejiku. As a result, people began to think that it was important to express the formality of the occasions to guests by displaying various kinds of kakejiku. Of course, many owners have their kakejiku for the purpose of enjoying themselves, and it is also part of fun to show their lovable kakejiku to their guests. There is a tokonoma alcove in a washitsu (traditional Japanese-style room), where a kakejiku (hanging scroll) is displayed. However there is very little furniture inside the room other than the kakejiku. The Japanese people dont have a custom of hanging many paintings on the walls inside the room; they usually display a kakejiku only in the tokonoma, and replace it by another depending on the occasions, guests, and seasons. It is said that this style of display contrasts with the Western style. Many paintings are often displayed on the walls of Western buildings, such as old European buildings or palaces. For example, if there are 100 paintings, it would be the Western style to display all 100 paintings on the walls. However, the Japanese people put all 100 paintings in a closet, and choose only one to display for a short term in its fixed place (tokonoma). Therefore, there is a clear difference in functions demanded from a painting between the West and Japan. In the West, painting needs a frame for durability because it is displayed for a long time. In Japan, however, a painting does not need so much protection because it is displayed only for a short time. Handiness and convenience are very important elements for a painting, because the Japanese people will change it frequently. It is also necessary not to take up the storage space. That is to say, the style, which satisfies the above conditions, is a kakejiku-style. The kakejiku is rolled up when putting it away, and is opened while displaying it. As a result, flexibility and strength are needed to endure the process of displaying and putting it away. Therefore, the honshi (main work) is reinforced by backing it with another piece of paper, and cloths are attached around the honshi, and they are combined. This is a rough mounting process for the kakejiku. If the kakejiku is rolled up, this style prevents the honshi from creasing, tearing, and getting dirty. Even if the honshi is damaged or becomes dirty, the lifetime of the honshi and its aesthetic value can be kept for several hundred years by remounting the kakejiku. The kakejiku is an ideal style; it enables the Japanese people to enjoy their paintings at their best. We can combine some items into 1 package. (SAL / Small Packet). 2 to 3 weeks. Please feel safe that we wrap the package very well to avoid breakage in transit. The item “JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677″ is in sale since Wednesday, September 4, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “japan_kakejiku_shop” and is located in Kobe city. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings
  • Featured Refinements: Japanese Hanging Scroll
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: 1900-1940
  • Primary Material: Paper & Fabric
  • Maker: Shodo Yukawa
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Color: Brown

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677

HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859

HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859

HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859
It is only that we indicate the author based on the name which has a statement in goods. Please judge from a picture whether it is a genuine article. Therefore, we do not guarantee that it is a work of the author’s genuine article indicated. It does not receive cancellation for a reason. Hand painted on Paper. Refer to all pictures. All payments must be received within. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as “gifts” – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. We do our best in writing our description & judging paintings. However, we sometimes overlook something. Most of the items are very old and not mint condition. Also the judgement in very difficult. They have age appropriate flaws. We indicate the artist’s name based on a signature and seal and also the style for convenience but please understand that it is not a thing to guarantee an original or an imitation (reproduction). The item “HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859″ is in sale since Wednesday, March 11, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “yamamoto20000″ and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings, Scrolls & Prints
  • Generic name of item: Hanging Scroll
  • Technique: Hand Painted
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Age: Unknown
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Original/Reproduction: Unknown

HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE PAINTING JAPAN Monkey ANTIQUE Kakejiku OLD ART d859

UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu

UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu

UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
This is a cheaper method than EMS and a faster method than SAL. But I don’t recommend SAL. When you request SAL, please contact me. Doing that is against U. The item “UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu” is in sale since Friday, December 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “yorozuya-jp” and is located in Musashimurayama-shi,Tokyo. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings, Scrolls & Prints
  • Primary Material: Silk
  • Technique: Hand Painted
  • Color: Mono Tone
  • Roller ends: Pottery
  • Box: Wood Box
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Original/Reproduction: Unknown
  • Age: Unknown
  • Size(cm): About 49cm (W) X 208cm (H)
  • Size(in): About 19.3in (W) X 81.9in (H)
  • Autographs & Seals: Unknown

UK465 KAKEJIKU Waterfall Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu

Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk

Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk

Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk
About Size: 67 inch × 19 inch. 31 inch × 14 inch. Used only few times, and excellent condition. Used, there are a few scratches, but practically unnoticeable. There are Same scratches. It has been degraded due to aging. Expedited:takes about 7 days. Economy takes about 12 days – 23 days. USA Middle East Oceania. I want people in the world to use a good item of Japan. Item of Japan has very high quality. And I would like to become friendly with people in the world through sale. Don’t hesitate to ask us if you have any questions. International Buyers – Please Note. These charges are the buyers responsibility. The item “Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk” is in sale since Thursday, March 21, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “old-japanese-item” and is located in kyoto. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Region of Origin: Japan

Japanese Antique Hanging Scroll KAKEJIKU Fujiyama Samurai Armor Painting Silk

SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892

SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892
SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892
SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892
SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892
SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892
SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892
SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892

SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892
It is only that we indicate the author based on the name which has a statement in goods. Please judge from a picture whether it is a genuine article. Therefore, we do not guarantee that it is a work of the author’s genuine article indicated. It does not receive cancellation for a reason. Hand painted on Silk. Refer to all pictures. All payments must be received within. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as “gifts” – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. We do our best in writing our description & judging paintings. However, we sometimes overlook something. Most of the items are very old and not mint condition. Also the judgement in very difficult. They have age appropriate flaws. We indicate the artist’s name based on a signature and seal and also the style for convenience but please understand that it is not a thing to guarantee an original or an imitation (reproduction). The item “SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892″ is in sale since Monday, September 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “yamamoto20000″ and is located in Setagaya-ku. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Roller ends: Wood
  • Condition: Refer to all pictures.
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Title: Sunrise
  • Technique: Hand painted
  • Age: Unknown
  • Primary Material: Silk & Fabric
  • Maker: Unknown
  • Original/Reproduction: Unknown
  • Signature(Seal): Kaiho Nagai (1908-1970)
  • Type: Painting, Scroll & Print
  • Color: Multi-Color

SUNRISE JAPANESE PAINTING HANGING SCROLL SUN ART OLD ANTIQUE JAPAN KAKEJIKU c892

Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356

Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356

Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356 Visit Store! Europe, Asia, Canada, United Kingdom, China, Germany, France, Australia, Russian Federation. Worldwide, Americas, Mexico, Brazil. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as “gifts” – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. The item “Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356″ is in sale since Monday, August 26, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “cool-japan.ec” and is located in Kyoto. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Hanging Scroll Kakejiku Japanese Antique Painting Art Picture Japan K356

Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)

Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)

Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)
An antique wall hanging scroll – KAKEJIKU by Kano Tsunenobu. This old antique scroll representing a tiger painted in a paper by one famous artist Tsunenobu kano from the kano painting school. (Tsunenobu Kano lived during the Edo era end of 17th century). An authentic hanging scroll showing the movement of a tiger in a simple refined style on a fine paper. Mounting Length: 184cm / 72.4inch x wide 62 cm / 24.4inch. Drawing Length: 104.5cm / 40.9inch x wide 43.5 cm / 16.9inch. Conditions: wear marks and small holes (see pictures). The condition is a very old item. The item “Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)” is in sale since Tuesday, March 3, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “sandlushigome1″ and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings, Scrolls & Prints
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: Pre-1800
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Featured Refinements: Japanese Hanging Scroll

Japanese hanging scroll Kakejiku Tiger painting by KANO TSUNENOBU (1636-1713)

KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890

KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890

KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890
Little known about his life. Born either in Nagasaki, in Nishinomiya or in Osaka; lived in Osaka. The 3rd son of Jokansai Mori. (the eldest son: Yoshin Mori, the 2nd son: Shuho Mori)First studied Kano painting under Joshunsai Katsube; later changed his style to one based on close observation of nature (even lived for a while in the woods to observe animals in their free state). Specialized in painting of monkeys (best known Japanese artist for this subject) but also painted other animals. In his later years changed the so of his name Sosen from the character for ancestor” to a character that has one meaning of “monkey. Size: 518 mm x 1204 mm. Material of the Main Artwork: Paper. Roller End Material: Wood. We can combine some items into 1 package. (SAL / Small Packet). 2 to 3 weeks. Please feel safe that we wrap the package very well to avoid breakage in transit. The item “KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890″ is in sale since Sunday, February 2, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “japan_kakejiku_shop” and is located in Kobe city. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Featured Refinements: Japanese Hanging Scroll
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Type: Paintings
  • Age: 1800-1849
  • Primary Material: Silk & Fabric
  • Maker: Sosen Mori /
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Color: Black

KAKEJIKU JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL Monkey Painting by Sosen Mori #890

HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908

HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908

HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908
HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908. Born in Hine village, near Osaka; lived in Kyoto. Studied calligraphy and probably painting under Kaioku Nukina; also copied the nanga style of Tetsuo Hidaka. A well-known figure in nanga circles in the Kansai region. His pupils were Shohin Noguchi, Kakei Atomi and Kinpo Nakamaru. Size: 465 mm x 1920 mm. Material of the Main Artwork: Paper. Roller End Material: Wood. What Is the Kakejiku? The kakejiku is a Japanese hanging scroll; it is a work of painting or calligraphy, which is usually mounted with silk fabric edges on flexible backings. The kakejiku can be rolled for storage. When compared to the makimono, which is meant to be unrolled laterally on a flat surface, the kakejiku is intended to be hung against a wall as part of the interior decoration of a room. It is traditionally displayed in the tokonoma alcove of a room, which is especially designed to exhibit prized objects. It can also be displayed in the most important room of the house, where a tea ceremony, or other traditional activities are performed. The kakejiku is also often hung in martial arts rooms called doujou (training rooms). Near the kakejiku, there are often other objects (okimono), such as swords (katana), dolls, bonsai, or flower arrangements (ikebana). An essential aspect of the kakejiku is that it is not intended to be hung permanently; making it versatile in its placement. This means that it can be changed at frequent intervals. One of the pleasures of the kakejiku lies in selecting a suitable one, depending on occasions, guests, and seasons. In contrast to the byoubu (folding screen), shouhekiga (wall paintings), or tsuitate (screen), the kakejiku can be easily and quickly changed to match the season or occasion. In this newly developed architectural style, the Japanese-style room (called washitsu) became a room on whose floor tatami mats are laid, and it contains one special space that is called the tokonoma alcove. The most important feature of the tokonoma is the display of kakejiku. The tokonoma was regarded as a space which connects art and daily life; so landscapes, paintings of flowers and birds, portraits, and poetry became favorite themes. They liked chanoyu (tea ceremonies) very much. Tea ceremonies were usually performed in the room with the tokonoma alcove. A tokonoma architectural style was developed and established in this period. Accompanied with the development of tokonoma style, the techniques of painting and mounting were also developed, because the kakejiku was always displayed in the tokonoma. Moreover, when Sen no Rikyuu mentioned the importance of the kakejiku, the kakejiku became extremely popular among people who were fascinated with tea ceremonies. The peacefulness of the Edo period allowed Japanese culture to reach full maturity. Many famous painters flourished and competed with each other. The kakejiku also became popular among the public. After the Meiji period (1868-), many more painters competed with each other with their techniques, because people became absolutely free to choose their own occupations during this period. Before World War 2, and for a while after that war, most Japanese-style paintings were designed to be decorated on kakejiku. Significance of the Kakejiku: Why Is the Kakejiku Changed? Why is the kakejiku (hanging scroll) replaced? The spirit of the tea ceremony, a traditional Japanese art, affects this Japanese custom deeply. There is a heart of hospitality called omotenashi in a tea ceremony. When Japanese people think about the mood of a tea ceremony, they take a lot into consideration. More specifically, they think about the various techniques they could use to make the mood the best. The kakejiku is displayed to express respect for guests indirectly, and is considered the most important tool in a tea ceremony. Therefore, the kakejiku is replaced depending on the occasions or seasons. The omotenashi heart makes them change the kakejiku. As a result, people began to think that it was important to express the formality of the occasions to guests by displaying various kinds of kakejiku. Of course, many owners have their kakejiku for the purpose of enjoying themselves, and it is also part of fun to show their lovable kakejiku to their guests. There is a tokonoma alcove in a washitsu (traditional Japanese-style room), where a kakejiku (hanging scroll) is displayed. However there is very little furniture inside the room other than the kakejiku. The Japanese people dont have a custom of hanging many paintings on the walls inside the room; they usually display a kakejiku only in the tokonoma, and replace it by another depending on the occasions, guests, and seasons. It is said that this style of display contrasts with the Western style. Many paintings are often displayed on the walls of Western buildings, such as old European buildings or palaces. For example, if there are 100 paintings, it would be the Western style to display all 100 paintings on the walls. However, the Japanese people put all 100 paintings in a closet, and choose only one to display for a short term in its fixed place (tokonoma). Therefore, there is a clear difference in functions demanded from a painting between the West and Japan. In the West, painting needs a frame for durability because it is displayed for a long time. In Japan, however, a painting does not need so much protection because it is displayed only for a short time. Handiness and convenience are very important elements for a painting, because the Japanese people will change it frequently. It is also necessary not to take up the storage space. That is to say, the style, which satisfies the above conditions, is a kakejiku-style. The kakejiku is rolled up when putting it away, and is opened while displaying it. As a result, flexibility and strength are needed to endure the process of displaying and putting it away. Therefore, the honshi (main work) is reinforced by backing it with another piece of paper, and cloths are attached around the honshi, and they are combined. This is a rough mounting process for the kakejiku. If the kakejiku is rolled up, this style prevents the honshi from creasing, tearing, and getting dirty. Even if the honshi is damaged or becomes dirty, the lifetime of the honshi and its aesthetic value can be kept for several hundred years by remounting the kakejiku. The kakejiku is an ideal style; it enables the Japanese people to enjoy their paintings at their best. We can combine some items into 1 package. (SAL / Small Packet). 2 to 3 weeks. Please feel safe that we wrap the package very well to avoid breakage in transit. The item “HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908″ is in sale since Sunday, February 16, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “japan_kakejiku_shop” and is located in Kobe city. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Type: Paintings
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Featured Refinements: Hanging Scroll
  • Age: 1800-1849
  • Primary Material: Paper & Fabric
  • Maker: Taizan Hine /
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Color: Black

HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE KAKEJIKU / Landscape Painting by Taizan Hine #908

KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799

KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799

KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799
Son of Takanobu Kano, who died when he was a child. Studied under his elder brother Tan-yu Kano. First worked in Kyoto; then moved to Edo with Tan-yu, who founded there the Kajibashi branch of the Kano family. Became Goyo-eshi (official painter) to the shogun, founding the Nakabashi Kano school. But was later adopted by Sadanobu Kano as his heir; hence also regarded as the 8th-generation head of the main Kano line. A connoisseur of paintings, signed many certificates of authentication for Kano paintings. Achieved rank of Hogen. Worked on the walls of the Shishinden of the Imperial Palace, Kyoto. Also painted landscapes, figures, flowers & birds, Buddhist subjects. Size: 530 mm x 1100 mm. Material of the Main Artwork: Paper. Roller End Material: Bone. We can combine some items into 1 package. (SAL / Small Packet). 2 to 3 weeks. Please feel safe that we wrap the package very well to avoid breakage in transit. The item “KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799″ is in sale since Monday, November 11, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “japan_kakejiku_shop” and is located in Kobe city. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Featured Refinements: Hanging Scroll
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Type: Paintings
  • Age: Pre-1800
  • Primary Material: Silk & Fabric
  • Maker: Yasunobu Kano
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Color: Multi-Color

KAKEJIKU HANGING SCROLL JAPANESE Dove Painting by Yasunobu Kano #799