Kanji Verse for Ishibashi-Yama

[ Kanji Poem for Ishibashi-Yama ]
Reference Number
" Kanji Poem for Ishibashi-Yama "
Cho Sanshu (1833 - 1895)

Chirographer, Kanshi poet, loyalist in the last days of the Tokugawa Shogunate.

Sanshu was born in Bungo Province (present Ohita Prefecture) as a son of a doctor and also Kanshi poet.

Sanshu learned Kanji poem and other studies under Hirose Tanso.

Though, when the war between the Tokugawa Shogunate and the Choshu Domain began, Shashu participated in the Kiheitai army of the Choshu Domain and battled against the Shogunate in various locations.

After the Meiji Restoration in 1868, he served the new government until 1878.

After the resignation, Sanshu took life easy by composing Kanji poems and depicting pictures.

Signature & Seal
Part of Writing
Japanese Paper, 136 x 32 cm ( 53.5 x 12.6 inches )
Japanese Paper, 199 x 46 cm ( 78.3 x 18 inches )
Roller End Material
Ebony Wood
No Box

This scroll may have been re-mounted.

There are spots, stains and folds to some extent.

The drawing part is a little foxed as it was drawn years ago.

As a whole, the condition of this scroll is not so bad.

A Kanji poem regarding Ishibashi-Yama is written in good form.

Ishibashi-Yama is well-known place in Japan where Minamoto no Yoritomo (1147-1199, The first Shogun of the Kamakura Shogunate) raised an army.

Please note that this scroll is not authenticated by any appraiser.

USD 180
Kanshi Poem drawn with Japanese brush
Kanji Drawing
Rakkan Signature & Stamps of Cho Sansyu
Signature & Stamps
Roller End made of Ebony Wood (Shitan)
Roller End
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