Rare very old handpainted scroll painting with calligraphy, depicting Amaterasu and attendants on horse and deer.
Signed and sealed Kitsusan Minchō 明兆 (1352-1431), but could be after Kitsusan Minchō [early Edo period]
Painting: Early Edo period or older
Mounting: Edo period
Handpainted on paper
With lacquered wooden roller ends
Extensively signed and sealed
Good condition for its age, shows signs of old age (wrinkles and stain), see pictures
Measurements: (width x height):
Total size: approx. 64,5 x 178 cm (excl. roller end)
Painting size: approx. 50,5 x 92,5 cm
The Japanese monarchy is said to descend from the sun goddess Amaterasu (天照). Amaterasu is an important goddess of the Shinto religion. According to the Shinto religion, Amaterasu is the daughter of Izanagi and Izanami, two primary deities who are considered responsible for the creation of the islands of Japan.
An impressive exceptional scroll.
The painting will be carefully packaged and shipped by registered post.
- 'Amaterasu y asistentes a caballo y ciervo' - Pergamino colgante antiguo raro
- Pintado a mano
- Ampliamente firmado y sellado - Con caligrafía
- Período Edo o más antiguo
- Región / País de origen
- Artista / Creador
- Signature and seal Kitsusan Minchō 明兆 (1352-1431), but could be Edo period after Kitsusan Minchō 明兆
- Buen estado, ver descripción
- 178×65×4 cm