• Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
  • Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
  • Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
  • Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
  • Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
  • Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
  • Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
  • Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Hanging scroll
Item Number : 19077
Artist Shiokawa Bunrin
Title Thunder God Trying to Catch Tengu Goblin
Biography Shiokawa Bunrin(1801-1877) was a Japanese painter born under a vassal of the family to Rengeko-in (Monzeki.) Representative painter of Maruyama-Shijo school. Learn under Okamoto Toyohiko with Shibata Zeshin. His pupil includes Kono Bairei and known as " the father of Japanese-style paintings of Kyoto school" in modern times.
Description
  • color on silk with silk mounting
  • dimensions: 105×41 cm(artwork), 193×53 cm(overall)
  • minor trace of outline
  • with wooden storage box signed by the artist
Price 280,000Yen
Season summer
Period Late Edo(1800-1867),Meiji(1868-1911)

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