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6-Panel Evening Landscape by Ishu
6-Panel Evening Landscape by Ishu


 
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19th century 6-panel screen with the image of aristrocratic ladies in an evening landscape, painted by Ishu. The scene is painted in a quiet atmospheric style. The vague definitions of temples and buildings shrouded in mists makes one think of poetic passages that evoke emotions from an imagined reality.

Kano painter Ishu (1791-1852) was born in Sendai, and is said to have been a descendant of Ogawa Ritsuo. He studied with Kano Isen'in, and was influenced by his friend Tani Buncho. Ishu served as official painter to the daimyo of Sendai, but also led a Bohemian life sketching as he wandered. He was skilled in representing Kannon and in suiboku painting. He created his own style.

Age: Edo - Meiji Period 19th Century
Size: 39-1/4" x 112"
Media: Ink and pigment on paper
Condition: Good
Price: $9,500.00 USD
$9,500.00

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