Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466

Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466
Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466
Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466
Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466
Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466
Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466
Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466
Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466

Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466
[Mitsui Tankyu] A painter and doctor from the middle and late Edo period. Child of Hisahide Mitsui. His given name was Jusho and Isao, his characters were Hakugo, Zikan, and Bunkan, his common names were Kensho, Kenji, and Kenshi, and his other names were Shibazono, Jibesai, and Amamoriie. He practiced medicine, studied painting under Shikiyo Tanigawa, and drew portraits of his master, earning him the nickname Taiga Ise. Passed away in Bunka 8 (1811) at the age of 83. [Shoki] A Taoist god passed down in Chinese folklore. In Japan, it is said to be effective in warding off smallpox and in achieving academic success, and paintings and dolls are dedicated to it during Boys’ Festivals. In addition, the image of Shoki is said to have the effect of warding off evil spirits, and is displayed as flags, folding screens, and hanging scrolls, and statues of Shoki are placed on roofs. Zhong Kui originally existed in China during the Tang Dynasty, when Xuanzong, the sixth emperor of the Tang Dynasty, contracted malaria, Zhong Kui appeared in his dream and exterminated the demon. Afterwards, there is an anecdote that he came to be worshiped as a god that warded off evil spirits and pestilence because of his healing properties. The iconography of Zhong Kui always shows him with a long beard, wearing the costume of a Chinese official, holding a sword, and glaring at something with large eyes. The condition is standard considering the age. There are stains, creases, creases, damage to the main paper, and insect damage. Overall size:H193x W57(cm) Axle tip: wood Weight: g. It will be delivered in approximately 1 to 3 weeks. Judging the authenticity is very difficult even if experts check it. Therefore we do not guarantee the authenticity. Please understand we cannot accept claims about authenticity and damages. Please refer to all picitures and judge your own responsibility. International Buyers – Please Note. Thank you for your understanding.
Hanging scroll Mitsui Tankyu Painted by Shoki, Doctor, Mid-late Edo period #466

Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book

Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book

Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book
Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Title: Mitsui-ke Kyuzo Nohmen. Muromachi -Edo period 55 Masks by the Beautiful colored photos. Size: 350 x 270mm. Arrive in about 6 – 20 days. No-certificate items is not guaranteed. We don’t declare the low value or mark as “gifts”. US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. We’ll ignore the illegal requests. The item “Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book” is in sale since Saturday, November 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Masks”. The seller is “matsu-kaze.japan” and is located in Japan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Featured Refinements: Noh Mask
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Type: Masks

Japanese Important Art NOH MASKS Owned by the MITSUI family. Large Picture Book