Scroll paintings

HeJiaYing

He Jiaying 何家英

Painting of Fang Zhi Min, Martyr of the Chinese Communist Party
Ink painting on rice paper
Scroll size: 220x75cm, 87“x29“
Painting size: 128x65cm, 51“x26“
Material of the roller ends : Wood
Year: 1983

 

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He Jiaying 何家英

Painting of Li Da Zhao, Martyr of the Chinese Communist Party
Ink painting on rice paper
Scroll size: 220x75cm, 87“x29“
Painting size: 120x72cm, 48“x28“
Material of the roller ends : Wood
Year: 1983

jittokuScroll

Kanzan Jittoku 寒山・拾得

Signature and Seal : Sogo
Scroll size : 57.2cm by 194.5cm / 22.5″ by 76.5″
Material of the roller ends : Wood
Technique : Ink painting on paper
18th century, Japan
Jittoku / Shide (9th century) was a minor Tang Dynasty Chinese Buddhist poet in Guoqing Temple, in the Tiantai Mountain range on the East China Sea coast; roughly contemporary with Hanshan and Fenggan, but younger than either. He was close friends with both and together they formed the “Tiantai Trio”. Shide lived as a lay monk, and worked most of his life in the kitchen of Guoqing Temple.

elefantScroll

Monju Bodhisattva

Signature and Seal : Anonymous
Scroll size : 72.2cm by 206cm / 28.4″ by 81.1″
Material of the roller ends : Bone
In wooden box
Technique : Ink painting on paper
18th century, Japan

dancingMonkeyScroll

Dancing Monkey, 1780

Mori Sosen (?1747-1821)
Scroll size: 163x40cm
The signature reads ‘Sosen’ and the seals read ‘Mori Shushō, and ‘Sosen’
Mori Sosen is most famous for his paintings of monkeys. In about 1808, at the age of sixty-one, he even changed the first character of his name to one meaning ‘monkey’. He also founded a school of animal painting with his brother Shūhō, in Osaka, which parallelled the Maruyama school in Kyoto. His paintings are found in important museums and collections all over the world (among others The British Museum)

shokiScroll

Shoki

Kano-ha school, 1700
Scroll size 157x50cm

shokiOniScroll1

Shoki and Oni, 1860

Hasegawa Shogen Yoshikage, 1830-?
Hasegawa Shogen Yoshikage learned painting from Kano Syosenin Tadanobu (1823~1880).
 

landscapeScroll

Japanese landscape, 1870

Scroll size: 200x65cm

tigerScroll

Tiger, 1820

Scroll size: 212x81cm

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