Kanji Phrase by Confucianist, Antique Kakemono

[ Kanji Phrase ] by Confucianist
Reference Number
" Kanji Phrase " by Confucianist
Rai Seiken (1829 - 1894)
Confucianist through the end part of the Edo period to the Meiji era.
Siken was born in Aki Province (Now Hiroshima Prefecture) as a son of Rai Itsuan.
Rai Itsuan is the eldest son of the great confucianist and poet, Rai Sanyo.
So, Seiken is grandson of Rai Sanyo.
Seiken served Hiroshima Domain as an official confucianist.
Signature & Seal
Part of Writing
Japanese Paper, 127.5 x 25 cm ( 50.2 x 9.8 inches )
Japanese Paper, 198 x 36.5 cm ( 78 x 14.4 inches )
Roller End Material
Ebony Wood
No Box

The scroll is slightly foxed overall as it was drawn years ago.
There are tears at the top part of the mounting.
There are also spots, stains, folds and amotions to some extent.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is not good.
Although, a Kanji phrase is written in good form.
The phrase describes the direct translation as "Draw clouds while sitting in my house, and, the clouds are at higher altitude than a mountain".
The drawer is Rai Seiken, confucianist who is a grandchild of Rai Sanyo.

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Kanji Idiom drawn with Japanese Brush
Kanshi Phrase by Confucianist
Rakkan Signature & Seals of Rai Seiken
Signature & Seals
Examples of Tears of the Mounting
Roller End made of Ebony Wood
Roller End
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