IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu

IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu

IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu
The buddhist monk in this picture known as Bodhidharma?? Daruma in Japanese who lived 5th-6th century. He is believed to be the first transmitter of Zen Buddhism to China. Daruma in Japan is more famous for Daruma doll but he is often drawn in KAKEJIKU, too. These kind of Daruma KAKEJIKU are also displayed in Zen temples substitute to Buddha statue. The Japanese Hanging Scroll- and how to enjoy them? KAKEJIKU is traditionally displayed in TOKONOMA(an alcove in traditional Japanese room). They maily display for their guests and for carrying out the seasonal events. So why don’t you have a few and try changing them depends on the guests, seasons and even for your feelings! Modern Japanese houses even don’t have a TOKONOMA, so less and less people are displaying them these days. It is a shame that people forget about KAKEJIKU. However it is more important to actually display, respect and enjoy in your own ways rather than following all the traditional ways. You can enjoy freely and display in just like any ways!! — ePACKET(Standard) —? This is a cheaper method than EMS and a faster method than SAL. But I don’t recommend SAL. SAL is not usable in some country? (Australia, Greenland, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Hungary, Finland, Poland)? When you request SAL, please contact me. Doing that is against U. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “yorozuya-jp” and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings, Scrolls & Prints
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Technique: Hand Painted
  • Color: Mono Tone
  • Roller ends: Pottery
  • Box: Wood Box
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Original/Reproduction: Unknown
  • Age: Unknown
  • Size(cm): About 68cm (W) X 150cm (H)
  • Size(in): About 26.8in (W) X 59.1in (H)
  • Autographs & Seals: Unknown

IK205 ZEN DARUMA Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture Geijyutu

IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture

IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture

IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture
The buddhist monk in this picture known as Bodhidharma(-Daruma in Japanese) who lived 5th-6th century. He is believed to be the first transmitter of Zen Buddhism to China. Daruma in Japan is more famous for Daruma doll but he is often drawn in KAKEJIKU, too. These kind of Daruma KAKEJIKU are also displayed in Zen temples substitute to Buddha statue. The Japanese Hanging Scroll- and how to enjoy them? KAKEJIKU is traditionally displayed in TOKONOMA(an alcove in traditional Japanese room). They maily display for their guests and for carrying out the seasonal events. So why don’t you have a few and try changing them depends on the guests, seasons and even for your feelings! Modern Japanese houses even don’t have a TOKONOMA, so less and less people are displaying them these days. It is a shame that people forget about KAKEJIKU. However it is more important to actually display, respect and enjoy in your own ways rather than following all the traditional ways. You can enjoy freely and display in just like any ways!! 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 “IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture” is in sale since Wednesday, June 30, 2021. 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
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Technique: Hand Painted
  • Roller ends: Bone
  • Age: Unknown
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Unknown
  • Box: Wood Box
  • Size(cm): About 42cm (W) X 202cm (H)
  • Size(in): About 16.5in (W) X 79.5in (H)
  • Autographs & Seals: Unknown
  • Color: Light Tone

IK197 Daruma Doll ZEN KAKEJIKU Hanging Scroll Japanese Art painting Picture

Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27

Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27

Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27
Dramatic painting depicting founder of Zen Buddhism, Bodhidharma, Daruma. Excepted abrasions, staining, patination and tiny holes on paper canvas. Age: Edo period, 18-19th century. Size82x175 cm (32 x 69inch) Painting part 52cm x 88cm(20 x 35inch) / weight 275 g (0.6lb). The item “Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27″ is in sale since Tuesday, December 8, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “antiqueman2003″ and is located in fukuoka, kyushu. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: Pre-1800
  • Primary Material: paper

Impressive Painting depicting Zen Buddhism founder, Daruma. Edo 18-19thc GG27

Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm

Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm

Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm
A Japanese late Meiji period Aode Ko Kutani style porcelain vase hand painted with a decorative and auspicious scene. Aode which means green style, the predominant colour of this vase, and Ko Kutani or Old Kutani style, a colour palette of five enamels painted in green, yellow, red, purple, dark blue. Which was the original colour scheme used from 1650 until 1730 on the true early old Kutani ware. This style was revived in the 19th century. This baluster shaped vase with a short flared or trumpet neck, is decorated with a continuous landscape scene depicting a deity, possibly Daruma or perhaps a Luohan floating across a river by standing upon a leaf. He is being watched by another sage who is sitting underneath a pine tree and leaning on a staff or cane. There are a number of islands within the scene, each with houses or temples on them. There are other figure within the landscape all depicted as scholars or sages. There are rock outcrops, trees and mountains all within this very decorative large river-scape. Daruma , a Buddhist monk sometimes referred to as Daruma Daishi also known as Bodhidharma – according to Chinese history, a sage from India, In Japan he is reputed to come from Persia, he may be called Bodaidaruma. Bodhidharma is said to have performed the feat of the river-crossing during the reign of Emperor Wu of the Liang (AD 502-49). Luohan are disciples of the Buddha, known as’arhats’ in Sanskrit. They have passed through all the stages of the Path to Enlightenment but remain in the mortal realm as holy figures, rather than attaining Nirvana and Buddhahood, in order to help others and uphold Buddhist doctrine. The neck and base are painted with a geometric diaper and scrolling vine pattern with stylised lappets. The vase is marked in iron red enamel on the base. Kutani, which means made in the nine valleys in the Hygo Province, on the island of Honshu, Japan. The vase is approximately 12 inches (30.5 cm) high, 6 3/4 inches (17.2 cm) diameter at the widest and the base is 4 inches (10 cm) diameter. It weighs 1.15 kg unpacked. It is in excellent antique condition, no chips cracks nor restoration. Some very minor wear to the enamels particularly around the top rim. Please see the images. This is a highly collectable and decorative item and great for display on it’s own or as part of a collection antique Japanese porcelain or Kutani-yaki. The item “Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm” is in sale since Sunday, November 17, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Japanese\Porcelain”. The seller is “jockjen” and is located in Askam-in-Furness. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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  • Subject: Daruma
  • Alternative subject name: Bodhidharma
  • Region of Origin: Japanese
  • Main Colour: Green
  • Product: Vase
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Primary Material: Porcelain/ Pottery
  • Sub-Type: vase
  • Brand: Japanese
  • Original/Repro: Antique Original
  • MPN: Does not apply
  • Style: Aode Ko Kutani
  • Make: Kutani
  • Country of Origin: Japan

Japanese Aode Ko Kutani Style Porcelain Vase Antique Painted Daruma Meiji 31 cm