Keinen was born in Kyoto.
His given name is Inosaburo.
He studied Ukiyo-e painting under Umekawa Tohkyo.
In 1873, Became a pupil of Suzuki Hyakunen.
In 1919, Became a member of the Teikoku Bijutsu-In (The Imperial Art Academy).
Keinen was accepted for the Chicago World Expo in 1893, the Paris World Expo in 1900, the St. Louis World Expo in 1904.
Highest Value = US$50 thousand
There are a little noticeable spots at the top and bottom parts of the
Some spots, stains and folds are recognized on the drawing part.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is so-so.
Although, fall leaves & flowers, Uzura birds (Japanese quail) are painted very vividly and artistically.
Please note that this scroll is not authenticated by any appraiser.