Japanese Ancient Beauty playing Koto Instrument

[ Japanese Ancient Bauty Playing Koto Instrument ] by Fukuoka Seiran
Reference Number SP-20019
" Japanese Ancient Beauty Playing Koto Instrument "
Painter Fukuoka Seiran (1879 - 1954)
Seiran was born in Kumamoto Prefecture in 1879.
His real given name is Yoshio.
He graduated from The Tokyo Bijutsu Gakko (The Tokyo School of Fine Arts).
He was accepted for the Seiryu Exhibiton and others for several times.
Seiran was good at painting historical persons.
He died on December 11 of 1954 at the age of 75.
Value = about US$ 10 thousand
Signature & Seal Yes
Part of Painting Paper, 127.5 x 34 cm ( 50.2 x 13.4 inches )
Mounting Silk, 194 x 46 cm ( 76.4 x 18 inches )
Roller End Material Plastic (Ivory like) (Caps are made from real Ivory)
Box Original Wood Box (Tomobako)
Description There are small spots, stains and folds to some extent on the drawing part.
Although, the condition of this scroll is not bad.
Japanese old-time beauty in Kimono playing Koto instrument on Sagano field is drawn artistically.
Sagano is well-known as a place of scenic beauty in Kyoto.
Please note that this scroll is not authenticated by any appraiser.
Price $180
Sagano Field in the Autumn
Signature & Seal of Fukuoka Seiran
Signature & Stamp

Roller End
Mountains of Sagano Area
Japanese Kimono Beauty Playing Koto Instrument
Japanese Ancient Bijin Playing Koto
Hakogaki Endorsement of Fukuoka Seiran
Hakogaki Endorsement
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
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