Original Taisho Period (c.1920) Japanese Hand-Painted Hanging Scroll (Kakejiku)
Artist: Shodo Yukawa (1868 - 1955), was born in Wakayama prefecture. He was a student of Mitani Sadahiro and Suzuki Shonen (1848-1918). The artist was active mainly as a painter of bijin-ga. He lived and worked in Osaka.
Title of scroll: tsukini baika zu (Moon & Ume Blossoms)
Description: 100% Japanese genuine & authentic original kakejiku (hanging scroll). Breath-taking, hand-painted artwork (this is not a print nor a copy) of ume (plum blossoms) at night under a full moon.
Condition is very good with a clean and virtually blemish-free picture. Painting is mounted onto a clean silk fabric. Please see and judge from photos.
Size of entire scroll: 186 cm x 53 cm
Size of the actual painting only: 106 cm x 40 cm
Also comes with its orginal wooden storage box.
An original antique Japanese hanging scroll with fantastic artwork of early spring plum blossoms under a full moon - would look fabulous hanging in the home or office!
If, for any reason, buyer is dissatisfied with any product it may be returned for an exchange or full refund.