Shunka was born in Kyoto in the 30th year of the Meiji era (1897).
His real given name was Einosuke.
He became a pupil of Yamamoto Shunkyo and accuired the techniques of the
Maruyama school painting.
Shunka also graduated from the Kyoto Technical School of Painting Art (Kyoto
Kaiga Senmon Gakko).
He was accepted for the Teiten Exhibitions for 6 times, the Bunten Exhibition
once and the Nitten Exhibition once.
He flourished between the latter part of the Taisho era and the middle
part of the Showa era.
He lived in Fushimi ward of Kyoto city.
Signature & Seal
Part of Drawing
Silk, 122 x 32 cm ( 48 x 12.6 inches )
Silk, 184 x 44.5 cm ( 72.4 x 17.5 inches )
Roller End Material
The scroll is slightly foxed overall as it was painted years ago.
There are a few spots on the mounting. As a whole, the condition of this scroll is not so bad.
Sea cliffs, a fishing boat with a sail and others are expressed artistically.