Hanging scroll - Silk and wood shaft heads and wooden boxes - With signature and seal Ganryō 岸良 - "Tora no zu" 虎図 (Tiger) - Kishi school - Japan - 19th century (Edo/Meiji period)
This is a wonderful ink painting scroll with a lifelike tiger painted by hand. The fur of the tiger is very lifelike. The technique of ink painting makes the attitude and expression of the tiger very lovely!
Attributed to Saeki Ganryo (1798-1852), a famous 19th century Japanese ink painter, was born in Kyoto, specializing in flower and bird paintings and tiger paintings. As a representative figure of the 19th century Japanese art world!
The status of the work: due to the ancient age, the local slight pollution and wear, with no signature wooden box!
Intermediate size: 93-37cm, overall size: 186-52cm
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- Rouleau suspendu
- Peint à la main
- Têtes d'arbre en soie et bois et caisses en bois
- XIXe siècle (période Edo / Meiji)
- Région/Pays d’origine
- With signature and seal Ganryō 岸良
- Titre de l’œuvre d’art
- "Tora no zu" 虎図 (Tiger) - Kishi school
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- 93×37×1 cm