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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 : Rabbits
Signature (Seal) : KISHI RENZAN (1804-1859) was a Japanese-style painter born
in Kyoto. He studied painting under Ganku (1756-1838) and became his adopted
son. He took over Kishi school and created the new style. He is known for the
paintings of wild geese on the walls of the Imperial Palace in Kyoto.
Size: 187.5cm x 32.5cm
Roller ends: Wood
Condition: Normal (stains & creases & slight damage)
It comes with Kiwamebako (the storage box which a successor, relative or
judgement person authorized that it is work of the artist oneself) by Kohitsu
KOHITSU RYOSIN (1863-1946) was an expert on appraising ancient writing. He was
the eldest son of Kohitsu Ryoetsu and the 13th generation of Kohitsu family.
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