Poem at Parting, written by Buddhist Monk

  • [ Poem at Parting ] 1957. By Chief Priest of Venerable Temple
    • Reference NumberSP-70205
    • Title" Poem at Parting " by Buddhistic Priest, Drawn in 1957
    • ArtistBokusuikutsu, Hakusui Keizan

      The 22nd chief abbot of the Kinpo-Zan Heirin-Ji Temple of the Rinzai-Shu sect of Buddhism in Niiza city of Saitama Prefecture.
      The Heirin-Ji is venerable temple founded in 1375.

    • Signature & SealSignature Only
    • Part of DrawingJapanese Paper, 19 x 52.5 cm ( 74.8 x 20.7 inch )
    • MountingSilk, 125 x 68 cm ( 49.2 x 26.7 inch )
    • Roller End MaterialWood (Lacquered)
    • BoxNo Box
    • Description

      This scroll was drawn in April of 1957.
      A poem expressing sorrow at parting with Watanabe Yosuke by Hakusui Keizan, the 22nd chief priest of the Heirin-Ji Temple, is written.
      Watanabe Yosuke (1874 - 1957) is a doctor of Japanese Classical Literature, and, teacher of the two Japan's Prime Ministers, Kishi Nobusuke & Sato Eisaku.

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  • Kanji Poem Expressing Sorrow at Parting
  • Signature of Hakusui Keizan
    Signature (Rakkan)
  • Lacquered Roller End
    Roller End
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