Matsubayashi Keigetsu – 松林桂月 (1876-1963) – Sansui (Landscape) – 山水

$550.00 CAD

Matsubayashi-san, a member of the Japan Academy of the Arts, a member of the Imperial Chamber of Fine Arts, and an advisor to the Japan Exhibition, had a long, highly productive career that saw him as one of the guardians of the transitional periods of Japanese art from the Meiji to Showa periods. Not only did he have his own unique, Japanese style of interpreting classic Nanga, he was also a pioneer in the realm of Nihonga, -deftly able to help bring both schools into the ever-widening art classes of the 20th century. A photo of him, one of his Nanga pieces, and one of his Nihonga pieces, as well as others, can be seen here.

He received many prizes in exhibition, was greatly admired by his colleagues, and was awarded the Order of Culture, -which is not given out in great abundance in Japan. The mounting artisan picked the perfect high-quality silk with beautiful reflective qualities. Recommended. Comes bubble-wrapped, in an industrial strength tube with a sealed document of authenticity.

$550 CAD – 23″ x 76″. Comes with a sealed document of authenticity and 3 hours worth of further reading and documentary viewing. Price includes shipping worldwide! All prices in Canadian dollars.

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