|63. Kawamura Manshû (1880-1942)|
Chawan, tea bowl: Shigure - A shower of rain in late autumnSigned: Manshû saku
Technique: incised brown and grey Kyôyaki, glazed on the inside Ø 12.6 x 8.5
Manshû was born in Kyoto. He studied with Yamamoto Shunkyo (# 62). He exhibited at the Bunten and was a member of the jury at the Teiten. Manshû was a delicate painter, less known now but still one of the better-known painters from the early 20th century in Kyoto.
Roberts p. 73
Aburai p. 139
Araki p. 1948
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