• Cat Catching a Carp
  • Cat Catching a Carp
  • Cat Catching a Carp
  • Cat Catching a Carp
  • Cat Catching a Carp
  • Cat Catching a Carp
  • Cat Catching a Carp
Cat Catching a Carp
Cat Catching a Carp
Cat Catching a Carp
Cat Catching a Carp
Cat Catching a Carp
Cat Catching a Carp
Cat Catching a Carp
Hanging scroll
Item Number : 22076
Artist Kishi Chikudo,Mikuni Yumin
Title Cat Catching a Carp
Biography Kishi Chikudo (1826-1897) was a Japanese painter born in Omi(present Shiga prefecture). Studied under the Kano school of official painter to Hikone Domain. Moved to Kyoto and learned under Kano Eigaku. Later became a pupil of Kishi Renzan in the Kishi school and brought into the Kishi family. Excelled at tiger-figure paintings. Selected as a Teishitsu Gigeiin (Imperial art expert)

Mikuni Yumin(1810-1896)
Description
  • Kishi Chikudo(painting)/Mikuni Yumin(inscription)(1882)
  • gold paste/wash on silk with silk mounting
  • dimensions:116×35cm(artwork),181×49cm(overall)
  • minor foxing on silk
  • with wooden storage box
Price 280,000Yen
Season winter
Period Late Edo(1800-1867)

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