Posted by: softypapa | December 13, 2007

Antique Japan Shikishi Art Mt Fuji Calligraphy Nihonga

Antique Japan Shikishi Art Mt Fuji Calligraphy Nihonga Japanese Fuji-san Pine Forest Trees Volcano Mountain Landscape Tokaido Softypapa

Antique Japan Shikishi Art Mt Fuji Calligraphy Nihonga Japanese Fuji-san Pine Forest Trees Volcano Mountain Landscape Tokaido Softypapa

Antique Japan Shikishi Art Mt Fuji Calligraphy Nihonga Japanese Fuji-san Pine Forest Trees Volcano Mountain Landscape Tokaido Softypapa

Antique Japan Shikishi Art Mt Fuji Calligraphy Nihonga Japanese Fuji-san Pine Forest Trees Volcano Mountain Landscape Tokaido Softypapa 

Description

This Japanese painting (nihonga) dates from the mid to late Japanese Showa period (1926-1989) and features an image of Mt. Fuji with calligraphy and stamps at the left edge.  The painting was done on a rectangular sheet of stiff Japanese shikishi paper with gold trim at the edges.  This nihonga painting is in fair condition with some marks, stains and creases and is a wonderful candidate for framing and display.

Size:
Height: 8.2 inches (21.0 centimeters)
Width: 7.0 inches (18.0 centimeters)

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item code: R4S5B2-0003436
category code: nihonga calligraphyart
ship code: shikishihako

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Responses

  1. Can you please see our story of the FUJI Challenge 4 in 24 Hours!!!

    Please check out http://www.fujiclimb.com

    We are planning to climb Mt Fuji 4 times in 24 hours!!!


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