Hagi, Japanese Bush Clover painted in 1931

[ Bush Clover ] Painted in 1931
Reference Number
" Bush Clover " Painted in 1931
Kato Eishu (1873 - 1939)

Eishu was born in Nagoya in the 6th year of the Meiji era.
His real given name was Einosuke.
Eishu is a pseudonym.
He studied the Shijo style painting under Hattori Sekisen and Okumura Sekiran.
Later, he became each pupil of Kono Bairei, Kishi Chikudo and Takeuchi Seiho.
Eishu was accpeted for the Kyoto City Arts & Crafts Exhibition, Japan National Exhibition, Bunten Exhibition and Teiten Exhibition.
In 1928, he was nominated as a member of the Teiten Exhibition.
He was good at painting flowers & birds.
He deceased on February 15 of the 14th year of the Showa era at the age of 67.
Highest Value = about US$9,400

Signature & Seal
Part of Painting
Silk, 112 x 20 cm ( 44 x 78.7 inches )
Silk, 192 x 30.5 cm ( 75.6 x 12 inches )
Roller End Material
Wood (Lacquered)
Tomobako Original Wood Box

This scroll was painted in 1931.
Unfortunately, there are quite a few faint spots.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is not so bad.
Hagi (Japanese bush clover) flowers and leaves are painted artistically.

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Hagi Flowers & Leaves
Hagi (Japanese Bush Clover)
Rakkan Signature & Stamp of Kato Eishyu
Signature & Stamp
Lacquered Roller Rod
Roller End
Hagi Flower & Leaf

Hakogaki Endorsement
Hakogaki Endorsement
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
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