Hanging scroll - Silk and Antler Axle Head - "Fudo Myoo zu" 不動明王図 (The Unmovable Bright King) - With signature 'Sokyujin' 桑丘人 - Japan - ca. 1930s (Early Showa period)
This is a hand-painted ink and wash color picture scroll, depicting the immovable king in Buddhism, called "Fudoumeiou" in Japanese. This work is bright and exquisite, with the author's signature 'Sokyujin' 桑丘人 (or "Kuwaoka") in the lower right corner, and the head of the axle is deer horn. Due to the age, there is slight local pollution. Please refer to the picture!
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- Hanging scroll
- Hand-painted color ink painting
- Silk and Antler Axle Head
- ca. 1930s (Early Showa period)
- Region/ Country of origin
- Artist/ Maker
- Title of artwork
- "Fudo Myoo zu" 不動明王図 (The Unmovable Bright King) - With signature 'Sokyujin' 桑丘人
- Good condition, see description
- 126×35×1 cm