HOKUSAI KATSUSHIKA (1760-1849)

KINTARO ARBITRANT UN MATCH ENTRE UN COQ ET UN TENGU

KINTARO ARBITRANT UN MATCH ENTRE UN COQ ET UN TENGU

First surimono from the set : Mountain after Mountain (Yama mata yama)Kintarô would be the natural or adopted son of the witch Yama-Uba, ogress living in the mountain. He bonds with the animals among which he is raised and later, after capturing the terror of the region, Shuten Dōji, he becomes the disciple of Minamoto no Yorimitsu under the name of Sakata no Kintoki. Child with superhuman strength, he is a popular character of noh and kabuki. Kintarō dolls are exhibited on Boys' Day, Tango no Sekku in the hope that the boys will become as brave and strong as Kintarō. The tengu ("celestial dog") are a type of legendary creature having the form of raptors, they are traditionally depicted with both human and avian characteristics, wings, talons instead of hands and feet and for the most part. ancient representations of the beaks which over time transformed into an abnormally prominent nose.Beautiful print with fresh colors, tiny scattered foxing.Nishiki-eChubanCa.1890..

250.00 €


SUTRA ET ARMURE D'AVALOKITESVARA A MOTIF DE CHRYSANTHEME

SUTRA ET ARMURE D'AVALOKITESVARA A MOTIF DE CHRYSANTHEME

Armor depicting the Tachibana clan, one of the four powerful families of the Japanese nobility (Kuge) from the Nara era to the beginning of the Heian era. From the series: Four types of existence (Shishô no Uchi) Poem by Sôkaen Takemaru Proof with gold highlights on the armor and embossingSurimono Nishiki-e ShikishibanTwo tiny freckles at the top, small ink smear to the left of the armor..

280.00 €


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ShikishibanSurmonoNishiki-eCa.1890.Tiny scattered foxing...

230.00 €


IMITATION OU PARODIE DES DIEUX DAIKOKU ET EBIZU AVEC UNE BEAUTE

IMITATION OU PARODIE DES DIEUX DAIKOKU ET EBIZU AVEC UNE BEAUTE

Daikokuten or Daikoku, is the deity of wealth, commerce and trade. He is often represented as a round and smiling man, seated or standing with a bag of rice symbolizing wealth, holding on his shoulder a satchel containing wisdom and patience. He also holds in his right hand a kind of wooden mallet (uchide no kozuchi) representing the virtue of work. Ebisu or Yebisu is the deity of fishermen, merchants and prosperity. He is often represented with a fan and carrying a fish.They are part of the seven deities of good fortune in Japanese mythology Woodcut, nishikie, ca.1890 Nice colors, slight median print crease..

250.00 €


IKEBANA OU LA PREPARATION DU BOUQUET

IKEBANA OU LA PREPARATION DU BOUQUET

ShikishibanSurmonoNishiki-eCa.1890.Printing  fold..

200.00 €


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