Jumping Koi Carp Fish

[ Jumping Carp ] Koi Fish
Reference Number
" Jumping Carp " Koi Fish
Koyama Eitatsu (1880 - 1945)

Eitatsu was born in Tokyo on March 17 of the 13th year of the Meiji era.
His real given name was Masaharu.
He studied Japanese-style painting under Suzuki Eigyo and Kobori Tomoto.
In 1911, Eitatsu was accepted for the Bunten Exhibition for the first time.
He deceased on August 18 of the 20th year of the Showa era at the age of 66.
He was good at painting historical scenes and Samurai knights.
Highest Value = US$ 13 thousand

Signature & Seal
Part of Painting
Silk, 41 x 50.5 cm ( 16 x 20 inches )
Silk, 140 x 65 cm ( 55 x 25.6 inches )
Roller End Material
Tomobako Original Wood Box

Four stains at the bottom part of the mounting are noticeable.
There are also some spots and stains except them.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is so-so.
Though, a jumping carp (Koi fish) is drawn artistically.

Hanegoi (Jumping Carp)
Jumping Koi Fish drawn with Japanese brush
Rakkan Signature & Seal of Koyama Eitatsu
Signature & Seal
Roller End made from Antler
Roller End
Hakogaki Endorsement of Koyama Eitatsu
Hakogaki Endorsement
Tomobako Original Wooden Box
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
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