Magnificent eagle stands on the rock emerging from turbulent and foaming waves.
Masterpiece beautifully elaborated in confrontation of two different visions - calm and focused eagle and rough rock splashed by raging waves.
Onishi Keisei (1773-1829) was bunjinga painter active during late edo period. Lived in Edo. The Onishi family was a vassal of the Buzen Nakatsu clan for generations, and Keisai also lived in the Edo clan's residence as a vassal of the Edo clan and served the lord Okudaira Masataka. Studied at So Shizan and Tani Buncho. Teacher of Okamoto Shuki. He specializes in bird-and-flower painting. A painter in Ming- and Qing-dynasty styles. Died at age 57.
His works could be found in British museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Honolulu Museum of Art,
Including original signed tomobako.
Roller ends: bone.
Scroll: 198,5 x 65 cm
Picture: 124,5 x 51 cm
Very good condition, there are signs of wear due to age and use, stains, rubbing, marks; please, see pictures for actual condition.
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- N.º total de artículos
- Pergamino colgante
- Pintado a mano
- Hueso, Papel
- Periodo Edo tardío
- Región / País de origen
- Artista / Creador
- Onishi Keisai (1773-1829)
- Título de la obra de arte
- Very fine sumi-e painting "Mighty eagle on the rock" - including original tomobako
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- 0×65×198.5 cm