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 HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
Born on May 4, Kyoho 8. His wife is Ikedama Rana. Since the age of five, he has been a fan maker and a seal engraver. Under the influence of Yanagisawa Kien, he taught himself literati painting. He traveled throughout Japan and produced works rich in poetic sentiment. The founder of Japanese literati painting. Died on April 13, 1987. His surname is Ikeno. His name is Tsutomu, anonymous. The characters are Kimitoshi and Rensei. His common name is Akihira. Separate issues include Taigado, Kukazanmochi, Kasumimochi, Kaisei, and Sangakudosha. His representative works include “Zantei Miyabi Zu”, “Roukaku Landscape”, and “Juuben Jugicho”, a collaboration with Yosa Buson. Condition : Refer to all pictures(Stain, Wrinkle, Damage). Good considering the age. But it can not be helped. Because this is an old hanging scroll. And I think that it is not a problem for decorate. Overall size:H207x W106(cm). The overall size is the size from the edge of the mounting. Does not include the shaft tip. 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.
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005

Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper

Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper

Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper. Hanging scroll 64.2. Japanese painting middle Edo period. Hanging scroll hanging scroll. W40cm Depth:40cm Length:163cm. W15.7inch Depth:15.7inch Length:64.2inch. Please take a good look at the photos and consider. Products? The thing in the image is all. There is a feeling of dust due to long-term storage in the warehouse. Because it is a second-hand product, there are other small scratches, stains, rubbers, and damages. Since there is no specialized knowledge, details etc. In addition, please confirm the current situation with the image, and only those who are fully satisfied with the current situation should make a decision. Please judge from the image. New Brand new with tags. New / Unused New item, but may have insignificant scratches or slight discoloration due to storage or display. Mint Unused or barely used, may have some insignificant scratches or stains. Excellent Used item, may have insignificant scratches and signs of usage. Very Good Used item, has some insignificant scratches and other signs of usage. Good Used item, has some scratches, stains and obvious signs of usage. Decent Item has scratches, discoloration and other noticeable signs of usage. Usable Item has scratches, discoloration and other heavy signs of usage. Junk Item has heavy damages that would require repair. These charges responsibilities will rest with the buyers. We do not lower the values of the items or describe the items as gifts. According to the regulations of the US and the International government, this conduct is prohibited. All Items are sent from Japan.
Kyuen Kano Hanging scroll 64.2 Japanese painting middle Edo period paper

Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian

Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian

Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian
A unique pair of Japanese relief paintings hand carved on plaques of wood and framed in lacquer style frames. These are quite old and possibly from the Meiji period and have certainly seen their day but still look remarkably beautiful! The colouring is very unique and reflects quite nicely with the surrounding frame. Lovely shades of colour all round. The frames have clearly seen their day but are still in good condition. Overall a beautiful pair that would make any home decoration worth turning your head for! Any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me! Many thanks in advance! ABUSIVE BUYERS WILL BE REPORTED! Antique Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period? Laquer Framed Oriental Mt Fuji.
Antique Pair Japanese Relief Paintings Meiji Period Laquer Frame Mt Fuji Asian

Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7×5 40 Images Antique

Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique

Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique
This is a used antique item. It is in good condition for the age. Has some wear, grubby marks to the outer cover. Inside the pictures are very good. One broken thread on the binding. The size is 7×5 known as O-Bon size book. Made to be carried in a pocket so it could be looked at through the day. This is made with traditional papers, end papers are recycled – this was traditional due to the high cost of new paper at the time. There are several pages of Japanese script and surprise I can’t read that! Several of the 40 images have been shown to give you a clear idea of the book content. Pages are folded to the leading edge not cut as they would be on an English book. The covers are soft and appear to be a sort of waxed paper. Please View the photos they show the condition clearly. We love getting questions on our items!!! No colour can be guaranteed as an exact replica of the original in life. If possible with a ruler or tape in the photos. Photos need to be close up and very clear before we can make a decision. Sorry if this is complex but it’s how it is. All items are antique or vintage and will have had a life. We try to find all faults but are human so sometimes we miss a thing.
Japanese Woodblock Picture Book Edo Period O-Bon 7x5 40 Images Antique

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025
He was born in Kyoto as the son of a samurai doctor to Masakatsu Ishikawa, the lord of the Ise Kameyama domain (Mie Prefecture). His real surname was Taga, his first name was Yasuo, later Nobuka, and his character was Kimiuke. Recognized for his talent as a painter, Ichicho enrolled in Yasunobu Kano at the behest of the feudal lord, but it is said that he was later excommunicated. He used the painting name Taga Asako, but after being exiled to Miyakejima, Izu, he was allowed to return to Edo and changed his surname to Ei and his common name to Ichicho. He had many names, including Sanjin Karin, Suimyo, Rinboan, and Gyoundo, but after calling himself Ichicho, he used the name Kitamado.
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Eiichicho Mid-Edo period scroll #025

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005
Born on May 4, Kyoho 8. His wife is Ikedama Rana. Since the age of five, he has been a fan maker and a seal engraver. Under the influence of Yanagisawa Kien, he taught himself literati painting. He traveled throughout Japan and produced works rich in poetic sentiment. The founder of Japanese literati painting. Died on April 13, 1987. His surname is Ikeno. His name is Tsutomu, anonymous. The characters are Kimitoshi and Rensei. His common name is Akihira. Separate issues include Taigado, Kukazanmochi, Kasumimochi, Kaisei, and Sangakudosha. His representative works include “Zantei Miyabi Zu”, “Roukaku Landscape”, and “Juuben Jugicho”, a collaboration with Yosa Buson.
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL ART Painting Ike Taiga Mid-Edo period Orchid #005