Contemporary Hanging Wall Scroll (kakejiku) of a Mountain Vista
A contemporary Japanese hanging scroll (kakejiku) made during the 22th year of the Shōwa Period (1947 CE) of a majestic mountain vista and a tea hut. The artistry of the painting is very nice and has a calming effect when view. The scroll in painted using an ink wash (sumi-e) technique. The painting also has a short-handwritten poem likely describing the screen and is singed and stamped by the artist.
The painting is signed by the artist in the upper right corner of the scroll. This hanging wall scroll measures 198.1 cm (78.0 inches) long and 52.8 cm (20.8 inches) wide. The painting is made of handmade paper backed by a silk scroll. The roller at one end of the scroll is made of a composite material. The condition is very good, but the scrolls shows some creasing and foxing of the paper in places.
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