One by Kano Tomonobu (1843-1912) Early 19th to Meiji Period
Lot 447*
One by Kano Tomonobu (1843-1912) Early 19th to Meiji Period
£600 - 700
US$ 1,000 - 1,200
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One by Kano Tomonobu (1843-1912) Early 19th to Meiji Period One by Kano Tomonobu (1843-1912) Early 19th to Meiji Period One by Kano Tomonobu (1843-1912) Early 19th to Meiji Period One by Kano Tomonobu (1843-1912) Early 19th to Meiji Period
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One by Kano Tomonobu (1843-1912)
Early 19th to Meiji Period
The first a section of emakimono mounted as a kakejiku, painted in ink and colour on silk, depicting the legend of two monks, Zenshobo (1174-1258) of Jodoshu (a branch of Pure Land Buddhism derived from the teachings of the Japanese ex-Tendai monk Honen) is shown on the far right and Higo Ajyari (1074-1169), the master of Honen, on the left, both seated inside Buddhist buildings with other monks, a dragon interweaved among clouds in the foreground, unsigned, 21.2cm x 56cm (8 3/8in x 22in); the second a kakejiku, in ink, colour and gold on silk, depicting the famous archer Nasu no Yoichi on horseback, signed Tomonobu hitsu with seal, 34.5cm x 66cm (13 5/8in x 26in). (2).

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  • 勝坊(房)阿闍梨図 無銘 一幅 絹本着色 
    那須与一図 狩野友信筆 一幅 絹本着色
    19世紀初期-明治時代
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