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artist :KOSUGI, HOHDOH
age :contemporary
size :H195 x W60(cm)
size :H76 3/4 x W23 1/2(inch)
box :Original wooden box w/signature
This painting of a mystic Japanese landscape is drawn with charcoal ink, using a traditional ink-drawing technique called "sumie". Each brush stroke is made with care and focus, leaving parts of the drawing unpainted to create lighter shades.
It is mounted in the traditional "three layer mounting" style. Silk brocade is used. There are two narrow silk brocade strips, known as "futai," hanging down vertically from the top edge.
There is a wooden roller stick to protect the scroll when rolled up. Comes in a double-layered wooden box with the artist's signature.
Daily care only requires occasional dusting with a feather duster. To enjoy your scroll for years to come, please avoid direct sunlight and extreme dryness. This will protect the scroll's color from fading.
 
About the artist
*Born in 1955
*Belongs to the Kano school
*Held several exhibitions
*Specializes in flower and birds design and portraits



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