Ise-ebi Lobsters drawn in 1934

  • [ Ise-ebi Lobsters ] drawn in 1934
    • Reference NumberSS-50165
    • Title" Ise-ebi Lobsters " Drawn in 1934
    • DrawerYoshida Hyakusen (1859 - ?)

      Hyakusen was born in Ise Province (present Mie Prefecture).
      His real given name was Katsukichi.
      Hyakusen is a pseudonym.
      He studied the Shijo-Maruyama painting style under Isobe Hyakurin.
      Hyakusen established the Mie Kaiga Kyokai (Mie Association of Painting).

    • Signature & SealYes
    • Part of DrawingSilk, 123.5 x 36 cm ( 48.6 x 14.2 inches )
    • MountingSilk, 208 x 49 cm ( 82 x 19.3 inches )
    • Roller End MaterialAntler
    • BoxTomobako Original Wood Box
    • Description

      This scroll was drawn in 1934.
      There are spots, stains and folds to some extent.
      The condition of this scroll is not so bad.
      Ise-ebi shrimps are drawn artistically with Japanese brush and black Sumi ink.
      Shrimps are considered as fortunate creatures in Japan because it is a symbol of new life that prawns cast off their shells.

    • Price USD 180
  • Rakkan Signature & Stamps of Yoshida Hyakusen
    Signature & Seals
  • Ise-Ebi Shrimps
  • Japanese Shrimps drawn with Brush and Black Ink
  • Iseebi Shrimps
  • Kakejiku Roller End made of Staghorn
    Roller End
  • Hakogaki Endorsement of Yoshida Hyakusen on the Lid of Wood Box
    Hakogaki Endorsement on Lid
  • In Tomobako Wooden Box
    In Wooden Box
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