Suzuki Kiitsu  Shinkokinshu - Evenings

  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings
  • Shinkokinshu - Evenings

Shinkokinshu - Evenings

Item Number 14184
Artist Suzuki Kiitsu
Title Shinkokinshu - Evenings
Biography Suzuki Kiitsu(1796-1858) was a Japanese painter born in Edo(present Tokyo). Known as the most prominent pupil of Sakai Hoitsu in the Edo Rimpa School.  His wife was Suzuki Riyo, a sister of Suzuki Reitan, his senior fellow under Hoitsu and became an adopted son-in-law in the Suzuki family. Excelled at bird-and-flower paintings. Acquiring a thorough knowedge of tea ceremony and haikai, associated with a Confucian Kameda Hosai and more. Suzuki Shuitsu was his son.
Description

a triptych of hanging scrolls
color on silk with silk mounting
dimensions: 94×31cm(artwork), 178×44cm(overall)
a minor crease and minor bookworm hole in mounting
once in the possession of Sakai Tadamitsu
with wooden storage box (bookworm hole on box)

Price 600,000Yen




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