New Year Garnish & Clams

[ New Year Garnish & Clams ]
Reference Number
" New Year Garnish & Clams "
Nakasone Akiko (1903 - ?)

Akiko was born in Kochi Prefecture in 1903 (36th year of the Meiji era).
She studied the Shijo style painting under Kato Eishu.
She was accepted for the Inten Exhibitions for three times.
She won the prizes at the Exhibitons of Hyogo Prefecture twice and also won other important prizes.
She lived in Uji city in Kyoto Prefecture.

Signature & Seal
Part of Drawing
Silk, 57 x 27.5 cm ( 22.4 x 10.8 inches )
Silk, 139 x 66 cm ( 54.7 x 26 inches )
Roller End Material
Hard Plastic
Tomobako Original Wood Box with Signature

There are spots and stains to some extent on the mounting.
There are some spots on the drawing part.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is so-so.
The motifs of this painting are a Japanese traditional garnish for new year (Shime-kazari) and Hamaguri clams.
These are considered as fortunate things for new year.
The Shime-kazari consists of Ise-ebi shrimp, straws, Sasa bamboo leaves and others.

USD 180
Shime-kazari & Hamaguri Clams
Rakkan Signature & Stamp of Nakasone Akiko
Signature & Seal
Shogatsu-kazari Decoration & Hamaguri Clams
Hakogaki Endorsement of the Painter
Endorsement on Lid
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box with Painter's Signature
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box with Painter's Signature
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