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Mori Getsujô (1887-1961)
Shijô
Landscape
Signed: Getsujô
Seals: Getsujô
Technique: sumi on silk 29,1 x 41,5
Mounting: bronze damask and beige silk
bone rollers, 119,5 x 44,3
Condition: very good

Getsujô was a prominent painter throughout the prewar period. From 1909 until 1942 he had twenty-four appearances at the Bunten and the Teiten shows, which very much reflects his popularity. He was skillfull follower of his teacher Takeuchi Seihô (1864-1942), which earned him the nickname "the Seihô of Suma". Getsujô lived in Suma after 1925.

Reference:
Morioka & Berry ‘99 p. 254-57 (# 72)
Aburai p. 385
Araki p. 318

Availability:
SOLD