Calligrafia appesa a scorrimento - Zen-go - Inchiostro, Seta - Calligrafia - Saeki Egen (1873-1951) - "Nyojitsu ni jishin wo shiru" 如実知自心 - Giappone - 1920-30 circa (Taisho / Showa)

Descrizione
Calligrafia appesa a scorrimento - Zen-go - Inchiostro, Seta - Calligrafia - Saeki Egen (1873-1951) - "Nyojitsu ni jishin wo shiru" 如実知自心 - Giappone - 1920-30 circa (Taisho / Showa)
In discrete condizioni, vedi descrizione - 1×55.3×192 cm

Hanging scroll calligraphy - Zen-go - Ink, Silk - Calligraphy - Saeki Egen (1873-1951) - "Nyojitsu ni jishin wo shiru" 如実知自心 - Japan - ca 1920-30s (Taisho/Showa)

【Size】
Overall: vertical 192 × width 55.3cm*width does not include roller ends.
(the work:vertical 122.6 × width 41.5cm)

【Condition】
・There are stains, burns on the Japanese paper on the back of the cover.
・There are some burns, spots on the image.
・There are some wrinkles to mounting.

【Remarks】
Roller ends is Bone.
・There is no signature on the box.

Materials for mounting
・All of them are made of silk.

【Other】
**There is a note about shipping restrictions and VAT. Please see the description of the image for more information.**
*There may be a slight difference in color between the photo and the actual product.


【Biography】
Saeki Egen(1873-1951)

Priest of the Shingon sect of Buddhism.
He was the 96th head priest of Daigoji Temple, the head temple of the Shingon sect.
Chief priest of the Sanpo-in Temple.President of Kyoto Senmon Gakko (currently President of Shuchiin University).

Dettagli lotto
Oggetto
Calligrafia appesa a scorrimento
Tecnica
Dipinto a mano
Materiale
Inchiostro, Seta
Periodo
1920-30 circa (Taisho / Showa)
Regione/ Paese d'origine
Giappone
Artista/fabbricante
Saeki Egen (1873-1951)
Attribuzione
Originale
Tema/raffigurazione
Calligrafia
Porcellane decorative
Zen-go
Titolo dell'opera
"Nyojitsu ni jishin wo shiru" 如実知自心
Condizioni
In discrete condizioni, vedi descrizione
Dimensioni
1×55.3×192 cm
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