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Tomita Keisen | Landscape Zen Meditation, Meditation Practices, Chinese Philosophy, Kyoto, Christianity, Buddha, Curly Hair Styles, Landscape, Artist
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Tomita Keisen | Landscape | bachmanneckenstein

Tomita Keisen’s most prominent feature was his exceptionally large head with naturally curly hair, which one writer compared to Buddha’s. For some observers, his striking appearance symbolized not only the fortitude of his character but also his artistic greatness. – In 1896 Keisen moved to Kyoto and the following year became a live-in pupil of Tsuji Kako (1870-1931). In the subsequent decade he began a process of self-searching that led him to Zen meditation practice, the study of…

Raseki, born in Nagano. First studied with Hayami Gyoshu in Tokyo. Then returned to Nagoya where he specialized in landscape paintings. Nagano, Landscape Paintings, Tokyo, Waves, Naturaleza, Stones, Tokyo Japan, Landscape Drawings, Wave
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Raseki Koike | Painting | bachmanneckenstein

Sold Raseki, born in Nagano. First studied with Hayami Gyoshu (1894-1935) in Tokyo. Then returned to Nagoya where he specialized in landscape paintings. - Signed and sealed "Raseki". Raseki Koike (1898-1983) | WavesColor on paper44 x 53.5 cm (17 1/4 x 21 in.)Mounting 120 x 59.5 cm (47 1/4 x 23 1/2 in.)

Imao Keinen was "An important figure in the traditional art circles of Kyoto", writes Roberts and that he had "an eclectic style". Imao Keinen Moon, on fabric x x 16 in. Moon, Landscape, Painting, Stones, The Moon, Scenery, Painting Art, Landscape Paintings, Paintings
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Imao Keinen | Painting | bachmanneckenstein

Sold Imao Keinen was "An important figure in the traditional art circles of Kyoto", writes Roberts and that he had "an eclectic style". Imao Keinen (1845-1924)Hazy Moon, 1908Ink on fabric 111.4 x 41.6 (43 3/4 x 16 1/4 in.)Mounting 199.5 x 44.5 cm (78 1/2 x 17 1/2 in.)Original box (tomobako)

Fukuda Kodojin | Landscape Online Gallery, Japanese, Landscape, Abstract, Artwork, Stones, Summary, Work Of Art, Japanese Language
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SENGAI GIBON Edo Period, The Monks, Blue Mountain, Priest, Wooden Boxes, Landscape Paintings, Stones, Wood Boxes, Wood Crates
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Sengai Gibon | Landscape | bachmanneckenstein

Sengai is the most celebrated of the late-Edo Period Zen artist-priests. Wake up in daytime, play harp and brush works.Outside surrounded by blue mountains with snow, moon and flowers.Raise eyebrows to see flowers.Wind blows up and tear the monk's stole. Sold Sengai Gibon (1750-1837)Landscape painting with poemInk on paper74.9 x 16.6 cm (29 1/2 x 7 3/4 in.)Mounting 157x 28.5 cm (81 3/4 x 11 1/4 in.)Wooden box

Suzuki Shonen | "Shonen’s often dramatic paintings earned for him the sobriquet “present-day Shohaku”, after the wildly eccentric artist Soga Shohaku.” (Berry in: Modern Masters of Kyoto, p. 196) Modern Masters, Present Day, Eccentric, Kyoto, Berry, Paintings, Landscape, Abstract, Artist
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Suzuki Shonen | Landscape | bachmanneckenstein

Sold Suzuki Shonen was a professional painter of Kyoto who specialized in landscape. The son of a painter, he received a number of commissions from local temples and taught Japanese-style painting at the Kyoto Prefectural School of Painting. "Shonen’s often dramatic paintings earned for him the sobriquet “present-day Shohaku”, after the wildly eccentric artist Soga Shohaku.” (Berry in: Modern Masters of Kyoto, p. 196) Compare to a wonderful painting in the Metropolitan MuseumFireflies Over…

The eccentricity of the paintings by Fukuda Kodojin resembles that seen in the works of many other self-taught literati painters in Japan. Modern Masters, Naive, Painters, Landscape Paintings, Chinese, Training, Concept, Japan, Artists
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Fukuda Kodojin | Landscape painting

The eccentricity of the paintings by Fukuda Kodojin resembles that seen in the works of many other self-taught literati painters in Japan. Even though Chinese literati ideals celebrated the concept of amateurism, Chinese literati painters usually attained near professional levels of brush technique. In Japan, however, many artists, Kodojin among them, respected this amateur ideal by training themselves, taking pride in their naive but vigorous brushwork. In this Kodojin followed the lead of…

Sakai Hoitsu | Landscape Painting Landscape Paintings, Stones, Landscape Drawings
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Sakai Hoitsu | Landscape Painting | bachmanneckenstein

Mounting decorated with a landscape painting by Sakai Hoitsu (1761-1828). Instead of a painting there is piece of paper with a handwritten note by Kano Tanyu (1602-1674). There are three inscriptions. (1) The poem:"From Pine Mountain nowI seem to catch the sound of wavesLoud and lashing high-Though surely none could weep overThe mark I have left in your heart."(Translation by Edwin A Cranston, A Waka Anthology: Grasses of remembrance, p. 228.) (2) Inscription on the left:"The founder of the…