Kakejiku 掛け軸 sailing boats

Price:  850,00

Fine kakejiku 掛け軸 (hanging scroll) with a refined multi-coloured painting of three traditional Japanese style sailing boats in open water. On the horizon above the misty waters you can see mountain ridges of different small islands. To emphasize the distance; just in front of these islands you can see two small white specks, which should represent sails of a boat.
The painting is done in colour on silk.

It is signed ‘Shôzô’ 省三 by the artist Ishizuka Shôzô 石塚省三 (1896-?).

The mounting is made of shiny blue silk and variegated crème coloured silk. The jikusaki 軸先 (rod ends) are made of bone.

The scroll is in a very good condition with very minor traces of age. Please look at the photos for a condition reference.

Including wooden tomobako 供箱 (storage box) (small crack on one side).

Height approx. 204 cm, Width 61.5 cm.
Jikusaki: Diameter Ø 2.8 cm.

Ishizuka Shosan, born in 1896 in Sanshun, participated in the 7th Imperial Japan Art Exhibition in 1926. He is good at Japanese landscape painting and is very popular.

When shipped we will add a certificate of authenticity.

Ref. No. : 212701


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