• Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
  • Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Hanging scroll
Item Number : 20017
Artist Ganku
Title Tiger and Dragon (2 scrolls)
Biography Ganku (1756-1838) was a Japanese painter and the founder of Kishi school born in Kaga (present Ishikawa Prefecture). Developed his painting style as the Kishi school after self-learning the style of the Maruyama , the Shijo and the Kano school. His pupils include Kishi Renzan and Mochizuki Gyokusen. Excelled at bird-and-flower and tiger paintings.
Description
  • 2 scrolls
  • ink on silk with silk mounting
  • dimensions: 98×36cm(artwork), 174×46cm(overall)
  • minor bookworm on artwork (right scroll)
  • with wooden storage box
Price 450,000Yen
Season other
Period Mid Edo(1700-1799),Late Edo(1800-1867)

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