Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem

Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem

Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem
??????????? Shimo Chidori naku Kamogawazutsumi tsuki fuke te sode ni oboyuru yowa no hatsushimo. Frost Plovers cry along the Kamo riverbank the moon is high – settling on my sleeves in the deep of night the year’s first frost. A female poet from the end of the Edo period to the beginning of the Meiji period. She was adopted by Otagaki Teruhisa, samurai who served at Chion-in Temple, when she was only 10 days old. She later married Mochihisa, the adopted son of Teruhisa. She and Mochihisa had three children, all of whom died at an early age. She also lost her husband, Mochihisa soon. At the age of 33, she lost her second husband, Hisatoshi. She and Hisatoshi had one daughter, but the daughter and Mochiko died in 1823. She shaved her head and took the name “Rengetsuni / Nun Rengetsu”. After that, Rengetsu moved from place to place and was known as “Moving house Rengetsu” because of her love of moving. After her children died, she lost her father at the age of 42 and lived a life of poverty and solitude. After her father’s death, she made her own pottery with waka poems carved with nails, which was called “Rengetsu-yaki”. Rengetsu-yaki was so popular as a souvenir of Kyoto, but the sales were given to the poor. He died at the age of 85, 1875 at Jinkoin. She excelled in waka poetry, and was also skilled in calligraphy, painting, naginata, and Go. In waka poetry, she wrote many feminine and delicate epic poems, and was good at writing plain epic poems. Rengetsu was also known for his good looks. It is said that some men approached her because of her beauty which never waned even as she grew older. There is an anecdote that she deliberately pulled out her teeth to ruin her beauty and protected herself from temptation. With signature’Rengetsu. Whole dimensions: 13.5″ W x 52″ H / 34.4cm x 132.2cm. Inside dimensions: 2.4″ W x 14″ H / 6cm x 35.5cm. Antique items have originally crease, stain, damage, and more. I would like you to refer to the listing photos, but please understand that it’s difficult to show all conditions by the photos. Special notes: STAIN, CREASE, DIRT, WARP, FOLD, STAIN in the back of the mounting. About colors of the photos. The color of the actual item may look different from the picture because of the lighting. The color on a photo can differ because of light, screen settings, personal color perception, etc. Please understand that we can’t control the varying light in different environments. Please read the description, check actual photos, and ask questions if doubts in advance. #related topic to this work & the artist. Buddhist nun, Japanese poet, potter, calligrapher, kameoka castle, Chion-in, Lotus Moon, Jinko-in, waka poet, Japanese tea ceremony, Ozawa Roan, Ueda Akinari, Tomioka Tessai, Mutobe Yoshika, Ueda Akinari, Kagawa Kageki, Murakami Tadamasa, Tachibana Akemi, Nomura Motoni Botoni, Takabatake Shikibu, Ueda Chikako, Sakuragi Tayu, Ama no karumo, Rengetsu ware, Takeuchi Melinda, John Stevens. You can return item in 60 days after receiving an item. I accept free return. International Buyers – Please Note. From 1 July 2021, all commercial goods imported into the EU from a third country or third territory is subject to VAT irrespective of their value. I hope your understanding. Please be assured that we’ll do our best to deliver your items safely. Please don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions.
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) Hanging scroll / Tanzaku Waka Poem

Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya

Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya

Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya
Japanese Antique Kakejiku Kakemono Kishimojin hanging wall scroll. Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono Subject. Kishimojin hanging wall scroll. Unsure of age but is very old. Eye-catching Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono hanging wall scroll of Kishimojin. This is a very old scroll, but is in good condition for its age. Please refer to picture. I believed this to be brush work and not a woodblock printed reproduction. Please check out my other listings for more Japanese vintage, retro, industrial and antique bits. Is both a revered. Depending on the Buddhist tradition. She is one of the. In both Chinese and Japanese Buddhism, she is venerated as a. But in many folk traditions is often recognized as a female. Of misery and unhappiness towards children and parents. “Hanging thing”, more commonly referred to as a kakejiku. “Hung scroll”, is a Japanese hanging scroll used to display and exhibit paintings and calligraphy inscriptions and designs mounted usually with silk fabric edges on a flexible backing, so that it can be rolled for storage. The “Maruhyoso” style of kakejiku has four distinct named sections. The top section is called the “ten” heaven. The bottom is the “chi” earth with the “hashira” pillars supporting the heaven and earth on the sides. The maruhyoso style, also contains a section of “ichimonji” made from “kinran” gold thread. On observation, the Ten is longer than the Chi. This is because in the past, Kakemono were viewed from a kneeling (seiza) position and provided perspective to the “Honshi” main work. This tradition carries on to modern times. There is a cylindrical rod called jikugi. At the bottom, which becomes the axis or center of the rolled scroll. The end knobs on this rod are in themselves called jiku, and are used as grasps when rolling and unrolling the scroll. Other parts of the scroll include the “jikubo” referenced above as the jikugi. The top half moon shaped wood rod is named the “hasso” to which the “kan” or metal loops are inserted in order to tie the “kakehimo” hanging thread. Attached to the jikubo are the “jikusaki”, the term used for the end knobs, which can be inexpensive and made of plastic or relatively decorative pieces made of ceramic or lacquered wood. Additional decorative wood or ceramic pieces are called “fuchin” and come with multicolored tassels. The variation in the kakehimo, jikusaki and fuchin make each scroll more original and unique. The arrival of kakemonos to the Spanish colonies in the Philippines and the Americas prompted local artists to imitate the format as a convenient way to provide portable art.
Japanese antique kakejiku kakemono kishimojin hanging wall scroll Oni Hannya