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Before bidding our item --- Please read and understand our business policy and
business approach below. We indicate the artist's name based on a signature and
seal and also the style for convenience, but please understand that it is not a
thing to guarantee an original or an imitation (reproduction).
Hand Painted Hanging Scroll
TITLE : Calligraphy "岩下飛生虎弄児"
Signature (Seal) : NAKAHARA NANTENBO (1839-1925) is counted among the greatest
Zen masters of the 20th century. He was also a prolific and accomplished
artist. He produced many fine examples of Zen Art and helped bridge the gap
between older forms of Zen Buddhist art and its continuation in the 20th
century. Yamaoka Tesshu (1836-1888), Kodama Gentaro (1852-1906) and Nogi
Maresuke (1849-1912), the Meiji general who led Japan to victory in the
Russo-Japanese war, were his Zen students.
Size: cm x cm
Roller ends: Wood
Age: Taisho-Showa (1912-1945)
Condition: Normal *Considering the time it was made. (stains)
To most countries, we will use EMS service of Japan Post Office,
which is registered air service. (It will take more than 10 days
currently because of reduction of passenger aircrafts.)
To countries which EMS is temporary suspended including Canada,
Russia, Australia and Brazil, we will use Fedex.
We recommend PAYPAL. All payments must be received within 7 days. If we do not
receive a response from the winning bidder after one week, the item will be
INTERNATIONAL DUTIES & TAXES
Please make note that import duties, taxes, and charges are the buyer's
responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine
what these additional costs will be prior to bidding / buying.
We do our best in writing our description & judging paintings. However, we
sometimes overlook something. Most of the items are very old and not mint
condition. Also the judgement in very difficult. Please look at the pictures
carefully and ask questions before bidding. They have age appropriate flaws.
So, if you are nervous about any flaws and damages, please refrain from bidding
on our items.