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Kano Sansetsu  Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds

  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
  • Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds

Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds

Item Number 17091
Artist Kano Sansetsu
Title Moon, Waterfall and Flying Birds
Biography Kano Sansetsu (1590-1651) was a Japanese painter born in Hizen province. Became a pupil of Kano Sanraku after his father died in 1605. Married a daughter of Kano Sanraku who lost his eldest son and became a successor of Sanraku and later a leader of the Kyo Kano (the Kyoto branch of the Kano School). Excelled at bird-and-flower paintings and made supplement works over two scrolls of "33 forms of Kanonon statue" in Tofukuji temple. Conferred Hokkyo(the third highest rank of Buddhist priest) for his painting achievement.
Description

(2 scrolls)
ink on paper with silk mounting
dimension: 28×43cm(artwork), 112×55cm(overall)
minor bookworm hole on mounting
with wooden storage box

Price 500,000Yen




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