Jurojin Deity & Kids

Jurojin God and Kids
Reference Number SS-30072
" Jurojin God and Kids "
Painter Kano Eisen Furunobu (1696 - 1731)

The 5th head of the Kobikicho Kano school.
His given name was Shozaburo, pen name is Eisen.
Studied painting under his father.
Succeeded to his father's job, an official painter for the Tokugawa Shogunate.
Later, he was appointed as Hogen rank.
Highest Value = About US$7,000

Signature & Seal Yes
Part of Painting Silk, 101 x 43.5 cm ( 39.8 x 17 inch )
Mounting Silk, 181 x 55 cm ( 71.3 x 21.7 inch )
Roller Ends Wood
Box Wooden Box

This scroll is authenticated by Nohon-Bijutsuhin-Hozon-Shinsakai.
The certificate proves that this scroll was certainly painted by Kano Eisen.
Eisen is the 5th head of the Kobikicho Kano school.
The Kobikicho Kano is one of the most important school in the whole Kano.
The school was located at Kobikicho in Edo area.
The motifs are the Jurojin God (one of the Seven Deities of Good Fortune) and kids.
They are expressed in typical Kono painting style.
Eisen's artworks in existence are not so many because he deceased young.

Signature and Seal of Kano Eisen Furunobu
Jurojin God and Children

Jurojin God, one of the Seven Deities of Good Fortune


In Wooden Box


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