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Tatewaki Taizan – 立脇泰山 (1886-1970) – Sansui – 山水

$300.00 CAD

A graduate of the Kyoto City University of the Arts, – Takewaki-san studied with the great Takeuchi Seihō. From Takeuchi-san, he learned how to expertly bleed and infuse pigments into silk. He was a talented Nihonga painter, -firmly established in the pre-war period. Here, the lone fisherman is a Zen reminder of the importance of setting aside time to think and contemplate. A traditional home is humility and happiness in the home. Calm water is a Zen reflection of one’s inner calm, and mountains are immortality and longevity.

Beautifully mounted within artisan handmade “crushed” asymmetrical pattern washi paper with a masterfully chosen fog pattern brocade just above and below. Good condition (a few very small stains). Appropriate bone roller ends.

$300 CAD – 20″ x 55.5″. 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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