Bunrin was born in Kyoto.
Bunrin lost his father and mother when he was small.
Became a pupil of Okamoto Toyohiko.
Bunrin was good at drawing Sansui landscape paintings.
In 1855, he participated in building the Kyoto Imperial Palace and painted the Fusuma-e drawings.
In 1868, he established the Joun-Sha, painters' organization.
Highest Value = US$27 thousand
Japanese landscape view picture drawn with Japanese brush.
There are some spots and stains.
Although, the condition of this scroll is not bad.
Fishermen on boats and the others are drawn well.
Please note that this scroll is not authenticated by any appraiser.