Yoshikawa Eiji  Calligraphy

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Item Number 11275
Artist Yoshikawa Eiji
Title Calligraphy
Biography Yoshikawa Eiji(1892-1962) was a Japanese novelist born in Kanagawa. Second son of Yoshikawa Naohiro. Moved to Asakusa in Tokyo in 1910. Wrote a huge number of novels including 80 long novels and 180 short stories. His best-known works include "Miyamoto Musashi" (Musashi), "Taiko-ki" (Taiko: An Epic Novel of War and Glory in Feudal Japan) and "Shin Heike Monogatari" (the Heike Story: A Modern Translation of the Classic Tale of Love and War), which are loved by many people and he became a popular novelist in the country.
Description

ink on paper
dimensions: 27×24 cm
with certificate by Yoshikawa Eiji House & Museum

Price 85,000Yen




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