Shika, Japanese Deers

[ Japanese Deers ]
Reference Number
" Japanese Deers "
Hatano Ichigaku (1877 - 1957)

Ichigaku was born in Shinooka Village of Aichi Prefecture in the 10th year of the Meiji era (1877).
His real given name was Kinjiro.
Ichigaku is a pseudonym.
First, he became a disciple of Okumura Sekiran.
After Sekiran's death, Ichigaku studied Japanese-style painting under Washimi Shungaku, Oda Kyosai and Kodera Unto.
Ichigaku acquired the painting styles of the Tosa and Shijo Schools.
As a result, he was accepted for many exhibitions beginning with the Naikoku Hakuran-Kai Exhibition.
He was good at painting deers.
Ichigaku deceased in the 32nd year of the Showa era (1957).

Signature & Seal
Part of Painting
Silk, 126 x 42 cm ( 49.6 x 16.5 inches )
Silk, 216 x 56 cm ( 85 x 22 inches )
Roller End Material
Wood Box

This is rather long scroll.
It might have been re-mounted.
There are faint spots to some extent on the painting part.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is not bad.
The sun, tree, birds and deers are painted tastefully.
This scroll looks nice.

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Fortunate Kakemono Scroll
Rakkan Signature & Stamp of Hatano Ichigaku
Signature & Seal
The Sun, Grove & Flying Birds
Bird, Deers
Japanese Deers (Shika)
Roller End made of Ivory
Roller End
In Kakemono Wooden Box
In Wooden Box
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