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Tatematsu Yoshitora  After Gekkei's "Picking Funguses"

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After Gekkei's

Item Number 16033
Artist Tatematsu Yoshitora
Title After Gekkei's "Picking Funguses"
Biography Tatematsu Yoshitora (1810-1883) was a Japanese painter born in Owari Province. First learned painting under Matsumura Gekkei and Nomura Gyokkei. Later went to Kyoto and studied under Matsumura Keibun of Shijo school. Returned to his hometown and painted "Ujigawa Senjinzu" (the Battle of Ujigawa) as an offering to Atsuta-jingu Shrine. Became the adopted son of Tatematsu Tazaemon. Exhibited at the national industrial exhibition in 1877.
Description

color on silk with silk mounting
dimensions: 95×35cm(artwork), 188×47cm(overall)
with wooden storage box signed by Asano Tetsuo

Price 55,000Yen




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