Scroll Takaki Yasunosuke
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Hanging scroll “kakejiku” with a nice and detailed painting of a colorful bird against a background on a branch above waves, executed in sublte colors. Painting on silk.
Signed at the left bottom by the maker: Takaki Yasunosuke 高木 保之助 (1891-1941.
With a goldish brocade mounting. Roll ends made from glass.
Including original hinoki cypress box with the signature of the maker.
Taisho-early Showa period.
The former German ambassador to Japan, Wilhelm Solf, organized, together with the director of the East Asian department of the Staatliche Museen Berlin, Otto Kümmel, an exhibition of modern Japanese painting in Berlin, which took place in early 1931.
Takaki Yasunosuke was one of the exhibiting artists.
Size; H. 378 cm W. : 63cm.
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