Lot 383
Two Japanese Ink Paintings
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Includes two paintings from the Edo period (1615-1868), the first of Kanzan and Jittoku, ink and Ink wash on paper, hanging scroll kakemono format, Japanese inscription in black ink on the left hand side of the painting from top, signature with red artist's seal, two figures are shown seated (SS 35.5 x 9.25 in.; DOA 67.25 x 10.25; some losses to painting surface, especially in the top section and lower left hand side; possible repairs and repainting; some foxing spots to lower portion of the painting and brocade mounting; the mounting has wear and loss to silk), the second painting is a tall vertical composition mounted as a hanging scroll of a snow covered mountain landscape with a tea house at the lower left corner and a temple mid way up the mountains, loosely painted brush strokes give the composition energy and upward movement ink and ink wash on silk, hanging scroll kakemono format, black ink inscription in Japanese at the top of the painting with two red artist's seals (SS 53 x 7.5 in.; DOA 72 x 8.25 in.; some separation of silk from backing; some minor foxing at the top of the painting; side of mounting has some holes at intervals and spots.)

Purchased in Japan.

$500 - 1,000