Size Image size 50 x 24 cm Frame size 75 x 47 cm Ichinen Somiya   September 9, 1893-December 21, 1994 Japanese Western painters and essays Born in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. Under the guidance of Toujiro Oshita, Takeji Fujishima, and Kiyoki Kuroda. After graduating from Tokyo Art School, he studied under Shintaro Yamashita and his brother under Yu Nakamura. In 1914, he received a commendation at the B... (2020-6-8)

Picture Size 25 × 28 cm - Picture frame Size 43. 5 × 46. 5cm  Hoshun Yamaguchi  October 15, 1893 May 31, 1971 Japanese painter. Born in Matsushiro-cho, Matsumae-gun, Hokkaido. After graduating from Tokyo Takanawa Junior High School in 1913, he entered Tokyo University of the Arts. Studied under Eioka Matsuoka and learned Yamato-e. Graduated in 23, participated in the Shinto Yamato picture soc... (2020-5-18)

Picture size 51 × 43  Whole hanging scroll 66 × 138 cm "Hahacho Bird " It is a lucky bird and auspicious Birds are birds that live in eastern Asia and southern China, and are one of the most popular pictures in the ink and flower bird chart as auspicious birds. Senjin Gokura March 3, 1892-October 25, 1975 Japanese painter, member of the Japan Art Academy.Born in Toyama Prefecture. 1915 Gradua... (2020-5-13)

Araki Jippo (October 5  1872(3 Meiji 5)-1944 (September 11(Showa 19) is a Japanese painter. Born in Omura, Nagasaki Prefecture. Jippo worked on the creation of a new Japanese painting based on tradition under the slogan of "Old-Guard Gradualism," and in the end, from the symbolic style, he evoked strong spirituality with exquisite style.  Image size 32 x 51 cm, axis size 129 x 64.5 cm, with-box (2020-5-12)

Period : Kamakura period 13th century Dimensions : Framing 114.0 x 35.3 cm Main paper 28.0 x 22.6 cm Literature : Kofudegaku Taisei Vol. 7 Explanation : Emperor Fushimi (1265-1317) has written a total of 60 volumes of "Kokin-shu" 20 volumes, "Gosenshu" 20 volumes, "Shui-shu" 20 volumes. The collection of these were copied by Emperor Fushimi to one book, and is called Chikugogire.Cloud-shaped pa... (2020-5-2)

I've always been a fan of Yasunori Taninaka's works and have been featured at the Tokyo Art & Antiques (former Nihonbashi Kyobashi Antique Festival) for the past few years. And so that as many people as possible can get to know Taninaka's wonderful world view, let's introduce it little by little on this site! So, as the first Taninaka work this time, I chose "Old Lady's Move" contained in H... (2020-5-2)

We have been calling a copper figure such as a horseman's product "nottari" in Japan for a long time. The etymology is still "乗ったり Nottari (to be on the back of a horse)"? Or is it just a look of "ノタリノタリ Notari Notari (walking lazy)? In any case, if it is a four-legged horse, a cow, or a deer, it seems that everyone is said to be "notable", but the long ears and small body of this sta... (2020-5-2)

For some reason, there are paintings that are favored by "Shikisha". Most of the favored artists are from the Meiji to Taisho eras, as a post-war painter, it would be Suda Kokuta. This work is one of the popular series among antique lovers, which depicts the bodhisattva head of the Ryumon Cave. As for the reason why our gallery handles this drawing is because I was more interested in "The Bodhi... (2020-5-2)

24 x 30 cm Frame included, Colored on DriftwoodThree-dimensional Uribo parent and child. The work is framed to a board. The world of Miyako Takehara spreads in three-dimensional works. (2020-5-2)