Ise-ebi Lobsters drawn in 1934

[ Ise-ebi Lobsters ] drawn in 1934
Reference Number
" Ise-ebi Lobsters " Drawn in 1934
Yoshida Hyakusen (1859 - ?)

Hyakusen was born in Ise Province (present Mie Prefecture).
His real given name was Katsukichi.
Hyakusen is a pseudonym.
He studied the Shijo-Maruyama painting style under Isobe Hyakurin.
Hyakusen established the Mie Kaiga Kyokai (Mie Association of Painting).

Signature & Seal
Part of Painting
Silk, 123.5 x 36 cm ( 48.6 x 14.2 inches )
Silk, 208 x 49 cm ( 82 x 19.3 inches )
Roller End Material
Tomobako Original Wood Box

This scroll was drawn in 1934.
There are spots, stains and folds to some extent.
The condition of this scroll is not so bad.
Ise-ebi shrimps are drawn artistically with Japanese brush and black Sumi ink.
Shrimps are considered as fortunate creatures in Japan because it is a symbol of new life that prawns cast off their shells.

Ise-Ebi Shrimps
Rakkan Signature & Seals of Yoshida Hyakusen
Signature & Seals
Kakejiku Roller End made of Staghorn
Roller End
Japanese Shrimps drawn with Brush and Black Ink
Iseebi Shrimps

Hakogaki Endorsement of Yoshida Hyakusen on the Lid of Wood Box
Hakogaki Endorsement
In Tomobako Wooden Box
In Tomobako Wooden Box
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