Tsubaki Japanese Camellia & Bird

[ Camellia & Bird ]
Reference Number
" Camellia & Bird "
Kasahara Yoshio (1912 - 1989)

Yoshio was born in the first year of the Taisho era (1912) in Saitama Prefecture.
He studied Japanese-style painting under Noda Kyuho.
Yoshio succeeded Kyuho's style.
Yoshio won the special prize once at the Nitten Exhibiton, and was accepted 20 times for the same exhibitions.
He was also accepted twice for the Inten Exhibitions.
He won many other prizes.
Yoshio lived in Toshima ward in Tokyo.
He was good at depicting flowers-and-birds paintings.
He deceaced in the first year of the Heisei era (1989) at the age of 78.
Highest Value = about US$ 10 thousand

Signature & Seal
Part of Drawing
Japanese Paper, 46 x 52 cm ( 18 x 20.5 inches )
Silk, 142 x 67 cm ( 56 x 26.4 inches )
Roller End Material
Wood Box

We estimate this scroll was painted over 30 years ago.
There are some spots of flour gold on the drawing part as the painting is embellished with flour gold.
Some other spots are also found.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is not so bad.
Tsubaki (Japanese camellia) flowers & leaves, a redstart bird are painted tastefully with vivid colors.

USD 298
Tsubaki Flowers & Leaf, Jobitaki Redstart Bird
Japanese Redstart Bird (Phoenicurus auroreus)
Tsubaki Flower
Rakkan Signature & Stamp of Kasahara Yoshio
Signature & Stamp
Kakemono End made of Staghorn (Shikatsuno)
Roller End
In Kakemono Wooden Box
In Wooden Box
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